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Group music lessons are a great way to learn an instrument in a supportive, enjoyable atmosphere. With the guidance of the group's well-educated instructor, you will receive the knowledge you will need in order to reach your musical goals and really enjoy playing your instrument.

Group Classes


Monday's at 7pm, Beginning February 3rd

This will be a series designed for intermediate and advanced players, and very, very curious and flexible advanced beginners, focusing on chord structure in Great American Songbook numbers, and how they can be adapted and arranged for ukulele accompaniment to singing. (I.e., there will be as much singing as uke-ing, with singing tips included in the classes.)

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

For eager beginners to learn the basics of guitar to start making music immediately! In this class, you will learn your first 8 chords, some strumming and picking patterns, how to read and understand guitar tablature and your first few songs.

Cost: $ 80.00
Once Per Week for 4 Weeks: Wednesdays at 6pm

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: $ 80.00
Once Per Week for 4 Weeks: Mondays at 6pm

Ukulele is so kid friendly your children will be playing songs in the very first class, giving them a sense of accomplishment and a desire to practice and learn. Skills learned on the ukulele are easily transferable if they choose to pick up another instrument later on. This class includes simple two & three chord songs that allow each student to progress at an easy pace. Children will learn some basic chords & strumming, how to read tab, essential motor skill exercises and some simple, familiar songs.

Cost: $ 92.99


The session consists of weekly, 45-minute classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play. These activities are presented as informal, non-performance-oriented musical experiences--developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers--regardless of their own musical ability.

Cost: $ 186.00