Ukulele Lessons

    Lessons for Term 3, 2024

    Limited Times Available - spaces going quick, book in now
    Age Limit: All ages (6+)

    Lesson Times: Ukulele Lessons for Term 3, 2024
    Start Dates: Week of Monday 22nd July
    End Date: Week of Friday 27th September
    Class Length: 10 weeks
    Lesson Length: 30 mins

    Lesson Pricing:
    Per School Term: $300 for 10 lessons ($30 per lesson)

    Payment Terms:
    Invoiced after booking, payment via bank or credit card
    *Missed group lessons by students cannot be re-scheduled

    Lesson Location:
    Guitar Lessons Room (upstairs) – 83C Hardy Street, Nelson

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    All Ages Ukulele Lessons


    Are you or your kids interested in learning ukulele and want an easy and fun way to learn with Group Ukulele Lessons?

    If they are a beginner, intermediate or advanced on the ukulele, Phil can teach from any level to improve their ukulele playing skills.

    Learn to play in a relaxed, fun & friendly environment with an experienced tutor.

    There are limited spaces available with a maximum of 6 per group.

    Book now to secure a position!


    Total Beginner Classes

    For very beginners who know very little or nothing.

    Learn basic chords, strumming & picking patterns, popular riffs & songs. Learn the basics to get you started & making some music.


    Beginner Classes

    For beginners or if you can play a little already.

    Learn more chords, strumming & picking patterns, popular riffs & songs. Learn more to improve your playing and sound better.


    Top 5 Benefits of Learning the Ukulele

    Among all musical instruments, the ukulele stands out as being the most easiset. Many people find ukulele playing very ‘easy’. 

    But that apart, it goes without saying that a lot of school kids, college students and even young professionals love to learn the ukulele. This is obvious from the fact that ukulele classes are burgeoning and there are so many online courses also which seem to be bursting at the very seams. 

    While there is a certain dowdy and rather traditional image that learning and playing the piano seems to have, the ukulele does not suffer from such bad press. While a lot of the joy of ukulele playing seems to come from just being able to create tunes on the ukulele, there are other benefits as well from this passion. Here are 5 of these benefits:

    • Self Esteem: Playing the ukulele great enhances the self esteem and confidence of any person. If you know how to play the ukulele, and are able to perform, at whatever level, you get a lot of personal satisfaction. This also greatly boosts your self confidence as you feel more assured of your capabilities
    • Social Skills: When you are young, it seems as if playing the ukulele can serve the purpose of enhancing your social desirability. A guitar is always a great talking point whether it is in the college canteen or a train that you decide to start playing.

    • Mental Ability and Agility: There have been many types of research that indicates that playing the ukulele is good for your mental ability and agility too. For instance, when learning to play the ukulele, you have to assign a lot of things to your memory which jogs the grey matter of your brain to a very large extent. When children learn how to play the ukulele, they have to memorize chords and charts, aspects of songs and even music theory as well as other aspects that help in keeping the brain agile. This also helps in multi-tasking as you have to use both your right brain as well as the lefty brain in order to ensure that you are able to do a good task while playing the ukulele.
    • Musical Inclinations: Playing the ukulele is quite beneficial for those who want to hone their musical appreciation and skills also. Learning musical notations as well as chords also helps one to develop oneself musically and perhaps take up music as a professional artist or a music composer and director too.
    • The Fun Element: Playing the ukulele spices up your life and makes it much easier for you to spend time with yourself, friends and family too. It can also help to brighten up the mood when you are feeling low or blue.

    There are indeed so many benefits to learning how to play the ukulele.