Friday, February 23rd from 7 to 7:45pm followed by a concert starting at 8pm

This is a repertoire workshop featuring songs by Earth Wind & Fire, Marvin Gaye, Willie Nelson and Michael Murphy. I will bring charts and demonstrate some good techniques for making these songs work. Basic skills are required. We will be trying some new chord shapes and a fill or two.

Cost: $ 15.00
Friday, February 23rd from 7 to 7:45pm followed by a concert starting at 8pm

This is a repertoire workshop featuring songs by Earth Wind & Fire, Marvin Gaye, Willie Nelson and Michael Murphy. I will bring charts and demonstrate some good techniques for making these songs work. Basic skills are required. We will be trying some new chord shapes and a fill or two.

Cost: $ 10.00
Saturday, February 24th an 5:30pm

Carla Fontanilla, Anthony "Ant" Horton and Greg Cablayan bring to the stage unique blends of jazz, blues, roots, rock and pop stylings to traditional and contemporary music, whether they're flavoring original compositions or Hawaiian and Island tunes, or covering Cole Porter, Beatles, Lyle Lovette, Howlin' Wolf, Santana, Dennis Kamakahi or Iz. SoLunAire's diverse influences and expressions reach out to all lovers of musical innovation and creativity!

Cost: $ 5.00
Saturday, March 10th from 6 to 8pm

His name was given to him by his grandfather. He was told it meant 'day of glory'. But to the contrary, Michael Kalaho'onani Keale came from humble beginnings. He grew up in Kailua, O'ahu during the 1950's. His mother was raised in the cane fields of Kaeleku, Maui and his father, on the beaches of Waikiki. Though coming from very diverse backgrounds, Michael's parents loved to entertain and had a passion...

Cost: $ 20.00
Thursday, March 22nd from 6pm to 7pm followed by a concert at 7:30pm

We welcome beginners and experts alike to come join and jam with us. Our methods are very informal as we try to allow each workshop to form it's interests and needs as we go, preferring to lead our groups into playing music rather than focus on any specific techniques or the technical aspects of musicianship. However, we are happy to work individually on specific techniques and concepts one on one or in smaller section groups, but like to focus more on how to "Kanikapila", to play music together in joy and Aloha. Also, Travis Rice will be available for anyone who would like to learn more about the intricacies of playing the "Cajon".

Cost: $ 35.00
Thursday, March 22nd from 6pm to 7pm followed by a concert at 7:30pm

We welcome beginners and experts alike to come join and jam with us. Our methods are very informal as we try to allow each workshop to form it's interests and needs as we go, preferring to lead our groups into playing music rather than focus on any specific techniques or the technical aspects of musicianship. However, we are happy to work individually on specific techniques and concepts one on one or in smaller section groups, but like to focus more on how to "Kanikapila", to play music together in joy and Aloha. Also, Travis Rice will be available for anyone who would like to learn more about the intricacies of playing the "Cajon".

Cost: $ 25.00
Thursday, March 22nd from 6pm to 7pm followed by a concert at 7:30pm

We welcome beginners and experts alike to come join and jam with us. Our methods are very informal as we try to allow each workshop to form it's interests and needs as we go, preferring to lead our groups into playing music rather than focus on any specific techniques or the technical aspects of musicianship. However, we are happy to work individually on specific techniques and concepts one on one or in smaller section groups, but like to focus more on how to "Kanikapila", to play music together in joy and Aloha. Also, Travis Rice will be available for anyone who would like to learn more about the intricacies of playing the "Cajon".

Cost: $ 15.00
Fourth Saturday of Every Month at 4pm

Carla Fontanilla presents a workshop to help equip intermediate uke players with fundamental blues and jazz skills and techniques through chord progressions, scales, and styles to complement their existing skills. Players will explore in different songs how applying varying chord patterns, substitutions, scales, "groove-driven" rhythmic expressions and strumming variations skills open wide the fun and enjoyment of blues, jazz and hybrid playing.

Cost: $ FREE
Fifth Saturday of Any Month at 10:30am

On the rare 5th Saturday of the month, we like to get our jam on! All you need to bring is your ukulele and any/all of your favorite songbooks. We'll do a round robin: You pick the song - you (have the option of) leading the song. This is a low-stress environment where we can have fun playing all the music that we might not ordinarily have the chance to play.

Cost: $ FREE
Second Thursday of Every Month at 7pm

The Acoustic Guitar Club is free and open to all ages and playing abilities. Bring your guitar and play along with other acoustic guitar players at all levels. Your host teacher, Eric Enberg, will introduce several new songs each month and expose you to various skills related to the material. Eric strives to provide the materials that address players at different playing levels. Materials are provided free of charge.

Cost: $ FREE
Fourth Thursday of Every Month at 6pm

This is a round robin style jam, intended for all levels to get together and play Oldtime, Americana, Folk, Bluegrass and Beyond in a fun, low-pressure setting. Bring a list of your favorites to share or come and pick up on some new ones. All acoustic instruments are welcome!

Cost: $ FREE
First Thursday of Every Month at 5pm

Banjolele lovers UNITE! Bring your banjo ukulele and a few of your favorite songs to share with the group, round-robin style: You pick the song - you lead the song (if you are comfortable with that). This is a low-stress environment where we can have fun playing all the music that we might not ordinarily have the chance to play!

Cost: $ FREE
First Saturday of Every Month at 1:30pm

Join us as we embark on a journey to learn and eventually master the bass guitar. We'll begin with learning the physical instrument with all the setup procedures and parts. Then progress to learning where, when, and how to play all the notes in the least difficult manner. Soon you will understand terms and develop skills to play scales, numbers, arpeggios, progressions, patterns, pentatonics, rhythm, grooves, voicing, boxes, tablature, and basic sight reading. Designed for the beginner to intermediate musician to get you on the stage as quickly as possible.

Third Thursday of Every Month at 6pm

A learning circle (or Ceoltais) is a traditional style of learning tunes. It offers the new-to-Irish-music person the chance to hear tunes played in the style and learn them without concern about making mistakes. In a Ceoltais, unlike a regular session, all players are encouraged to play every tune no matter the tempo. Feel free to make mistakes, ask questions, and experiment at trying to find the pitches and rhythms. Yes, "dots" (sheet music) are allowed, but the ultimate goal is to pick up new tunes by ear and perform by ear.

Cost: $ FREE
Fourth Saturday of Every Month 12:30pm

Mountain Dulcimer enthusiasts of Northern California finally have a home! All levels and varieties of music are welcome to our club meetup. Our meetings always start with a beginner lesson then move into a fun and friendly jam. Some loaner instruments are available (contact Dusty to reserve one in advance).

Cost: $ FREE
First Friday of Every Month at 7pm and the Following Saturday at 10:30am

Grab your ukulele and join us for The Strum Shop's Free Monthly Ukulele Strum-A-Long lead by Budd, Jill and Randy. Beginning skill level is suggested and we welcome all levels of players. Song leaders will provide playing tips and tricks while we sing fun and familiar songs - golden oldies, classic rock, seasonal and a Hawaiian song or two are all part of the mix. We share songs (along with chords and words) up on our big screen but you can nestle up to your neighbor and share their music. It's cozy and fun!! Bring your uke and your voice and join us for a fun time.

Cost: $ FREE
Second Saturday of Every Month at 1:30pm

Every month a new song (or two) is introduced and broken down into understandable sections. Classes are tailored to accommodate all levels of ukulele players. Hosted by John Sandoval of CaliUkulele. John is an extraordinary ukulele talent who is well respected by our local ukulele community. His light-hearted, up-beat manner of teaching makes learning stress-free and tons of fun.

Cost: $ FREE
Every Saturday at 7pm at our across-the-street neighbors, The Fig Tree Coffee, Art, & Music Lounge.

Stop in for great food, amazing drinks and awesome local entertainment. The creativity rolls out in many forms: Singers, songwriters, guitar players, uke players, jazz musicians, poets, creative storytellers, beat boxing artists, comedians, dancers, karaoke stars... you name it! Want to collaborate with other musicians? Someone here is always willing to play along with you!

Cost: $ FREE
Third Saturday of Every Month at 3pm

You don't have to wait until you are a more advanced player to jam, you can start jamming NOW! This workshop is intended to get beginning and intermediate players jamming right away, by giving them the tools and skills to feel comfortable playing with other musicians. In each workshop you will learn to use tools such as looper pedals, iPads, Garageband, "slow downer" as well as various playing techniques. This class is not instrument specific, all are welcome!

Cost: $ FREE
Dates and Times Vary

Anyone is welcome to come out and show off their instruments or just sit back and enjoy the show! Members present and play their instruments and allow anyone to pick them up and play them. All the while, we discuss the instruments we build: from the basic one string Diddley Bow up to electrified 3, 4, 5 & 6 string instruments.

Cost: $ FREE
Every 3rd Wednesday at 7pm at our across-the-street neighbors, The Fig Tree Coffee, Art, & Music Lounge.

Each month, this 'Songwriter in the Round' style show will open with a few songs shared by host, Heather Evans. Then, three new local songwriters will share the stage to present their works - one at a time. After each song is presented, Heather will interview each songwriter about their song, their process, etc.

Cost: $ FREE
Once Per Week for 4 Weeks: Mondays at 7pm

For eager beginners to learn the basics of guitar to start making music immediately! By providing several levels of chords to choose from (one finger super simple chord, three finger easy chords and full chords) this class is designed to be taken for up to 6 months, while still catering to the absolute beginner. Classes include personal attention from an expert instructor, worksheets and screen projected video to make following along very easy.

Cost: $ 60.00
Once Per Week for 4 Weeks: Tuesdays at 7pm

This relaxed group class is designed to get absolute beginners started on playing songs within the first lesson! You will learn basic chords, reading tablature, technique, arpeggios, strumming patterns, and some simple, familiar songs all while gaining the confidence to play with your friends and family at home.

Cost: $ 60.00
Once Per Week for 4 Weeks: Wednesdays at 7pm

This secondary course varies month to month, allowing students to join freely as you wish. Every month a new song and technique are introduced and broken down into understandable sections. Students who wish to be challenged are encouraged to use new chord shapes, etc, while the novice players focus on the basic material. This allows students of all levels to play and learn together, as well as on their own.

Cost: $ 60.00
Once Per Week for 10 Weeks: Thursdays at 10am or Saturdays at 9am

Music Together is an international early childhood music and movement program for children from birth through age 7-and the grownups who love them. First offered to the public in 1987, it pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement.

Cost: $ 182.00
Music Together is an international early childhood music and movement program for children from birth through age 7-and the grownups who love them. First offered to the public in 1987, it pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement.

Cost: $ FREE
On the rare 5th Saturday of the month, we like to get our jam on! All you need to bring is your ukulele and any/all of your favorite songbooks. We'll do a round robin: You pick the song - you (have the option of) leading the song. This is a low-stress environment where we can have fun playing all the music that we might not ordinarily have the chance to play.

Cost: $ FREE
Students will be introduced to a variety of hand percussion instruments as well as work with drum sticks. Basic counting and reading will also be covered. The class is designed for beginners, ages 6 years or more.

Cost: $ FREE
For eager beginners to learn the basics of guitar to start making music immediately! By providing several levels of chords to choose from (one finger super simple chord, three finger easy chords and full chords) this class is designed to be taken for up to 6 months, while still catering to the absolute beginner. Classes include personal attention from an expert instructor, worksheets and screen projected video to make following along very easy.

Cost: $ FREE
This relaxed group class is designed to get absolute beginners started on playing songs within the first lesson! You will learn basic chords, reading tablature, technique, arpeggios, strumming patterns, and some simple, familiar songs all while gaining the confidence to play with your friends and family at home.

Cost: $ FREE
Current students of several teachers will come together to participate in a jam where they will demonstrate what they have been working on, separately, for the past few months.

Cost: $ FREE