January 22 - March 19
(Tuesdays) 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
105.00 (HST included)
Register Over-the-Phone (905-713-1818) or In-Person (no online registration)
Want to get happy? Learn to play the oh-so-hip ukulele! Come to this ground level introductory course – no musical theory required. This class is for the absolute beginner who has never played an instrument before, or for those who have merely dabbled and would like to take the next step forward. You will learn all the basics: the most commonly used chords, standard tuning, and simple strumming techniques. Each week, you will build on the previous lesson with new songs, new chords and new techniques. By the end, you’ll be a player! A show-off. An addict! Bring ukulele in working order and a notebook.
Class skips March 12
Instructor Anthony Clayton (B.A. Hons., B.Ed., Orff) grew up in a musical family and went to York University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts, Honors degree. He then attained a teaching degree from the University of Western. Anthony completed his Orff degree from the Toronto Royal Conservatory of Music and is currently a Music teacher with the York Catholic District School Board. Anthony has been teaching guitar, ukulele, and vocal lessons for the past 15 years to students of all ages. He loves writing music and performs regularly across York Region.