Intermediate Ukulele: 6 Sessions
Janet Lenore was teaching guitar classes before she finished high school, picking up mandolin and banjo along the way. She caught the "ukulele bug" about 10 years ago and loves sharing the joy of playing with others. Janet infuses her teaching with a relaxed sense of humor and she comes from a family of teachers. Janet knows how to break down the components of a song, strum and the things a musician is busy doing - all at once! She’s lead workshops at the Mendocino Ukulele Festival, the Napa Ukulele Festival, Burning Uke, Smoldering Uke and Ukes on the Loose. Check out Janet's website here!
Title: Intermediate Ukulele: 6 Sessions
Instructor: Janet Lenore
Dates: Jan. 29; Feb. 5, 12, 26, and Mar. 4, 11
Day & Time: Wednesdays
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Description: Are you ready for your next ukulele challenge? You’ve been staring down that Bb chord for awhile - or possibly finding work arounds. This time we’re going to get on it! We might do a reggae song along with a reggae strum, a Beatles song, and something that's on the contemporary radio stations right now - it's a new year and time to update our repertoire! If you are in a rut with “down up down up” on your right hand and the same old pop songs - this class is for you!
Its a good idea to bring the following to class: your ukulele, a pen or pencil, and a music stand.
Fees: $125 Members; $135 Non-members
Note: Minimum registration required for class to proceed.
By enrolling you are agreeing to the Frank Bette Center Cancellation Terms and Refund Policy.
Janet also leads an acoustic jam on the
3rd Wednesday of the month. We pass the hat!
Check out Janet's upcoming performance dates and videos of some of her live performances here!