The ukulele is a greatly versatile, portable, cute & happy instrument that is also easy to pick up by people of most ages! Learning the correct habits & techniques are very important and will help you to go a long way. In this 8-week course, learn how to play (at least) 4 different chords that will enable you to play thousands of popular songs! It is one of the most satisfying instruments to pick up for any musical beginners!
Instructor – Viv (Vivian Lim)
Vivian Lim obtained her Bachelor of Music Honors Degree at Carleton University, Canada, in 2016 with a specialisation in Vocal Performance. In her formative years, she was immersed in the arts, tackling music, drama, and dance. Now, she has decided to make her musicianship a career with performing as well as teaching private, group and school music classes.
With over a decade of experience as a performer as well as coaching experience, Vivian is passionate about sharing the love of music with everyone around her. She is currently the conductor and vocal instructor of various school choirs in Singapore, having prepared them for competitions such as B’Dazzled and SYF. Apart from choirs, Vivian also specializes in teaching ukulele with her experience of playing & performing with the instrument since 2009. Her versatility includes teaching other instruments and art forms such as beatbox, performance (stage presence, speech & drama), boomwhackers, STOMP percussion, and ipad Garageband.
Ukulele class (Senior Kid)
Course structure – 8 weekly lessons taught progressively according to syllabus
Age group – 9 years & above
Class size – Up to 7 students
Duration – 60 mins
Fees – $50/lesson; $400/course
Schedule – Mondays (4/3, 11/3, 18/3, 25/3, 1/4, 8/4, 15/4, 22/4)
– Fridays (8/3, 15/4, 22/3, 29/3, 5/4, 12/4, 26/4 and 3/5)
– Classes start from 4.45-5.45 pm on both days
– Ukuleles will be provided for free during all lessons (Students can bring their own ones).
– Rental of ukuleles for home practice during the course duration is available. A refundable deposit is required and instruments must be returned in the same condition.