UMUP2-P1

Module 2 Ukulele Course (1-to-1 in-person)

Module 2 – Beginner-Intermediate Ukulele Method
For students who want to learn music theory (chord diagrams, music scales etc.), this module is designed to help student embrace music theory with ease. Learn to play lead and harmonising parts to a song in a fun and relaxed setting. This module prepares the student to progress smoothly into playing chord melodies, simple instrumental solos and arpeggios which make a nice alternative to strumming accompaniment.

Suitable for: 
• Minimum age: 7 yrs old, no maximum age
• 
Beginners with some experience on stringed instruments 
• Self-taught players who want to learn basic music theory 
• Ukulele strummers who want to learn how to play melody or solos (intro)

Do I need to have my own ukulele?
Not to worry, we can provide loan sets during the class at no charge! But we highly recommend that you bring your own for hygiene purposes.


Format & Fees:

  • 12 x hourly sessions in-person
  • Includes $20 admin fee and textbook
  • Instrument not included 
  • All classes will be held at UM (Blk 2 Kitchener Road, #02-87, Singapore 200002) unless stated otherwise. Google map here

Important note:

Please contact us via whatsapp at +65 81815088 or email to arrange for date and timing to ensure there's available instructor. Payment should be made after confirmation of availability in schedule.


Terms & Conditions

  1. Please inform us (whatsapp/sms/email) at least 24 hours if you need to reschedule, failure to do so will result in forfeiture of lesson
  2. If student needs to reschedule due to medical reasons, a copy of doctor’s MC is required. Please inform us at least 4 hours before lesson slot.
  3. No-show without notification will result in the lesson being forfeited 
  4. Lessons will start and end as per allocated timing
  5. In the event that the instructor is late, makeup time will be allocated after session end (time extension), or before next session (if there is a next session booked)

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