Ukulele

“If everyone played the ukulele, the world
would be a better place.”

“If everyone played the ukulele, the world would be a better place.”

–Jake Shimabukuro (Composer/Ukulele Virtuoso)

Class session

Once per week

Class Duration

30 min per class

Age group

Starting at 6 years old

lesson type

1 on 1 lessons

Class session

Once per week

Class Duration

30 min per class

Age group

Starting at 6 Years Old

lesson type

1 on 1 lessons

Class details

Ukulele Lessons

Always wanted to play the ukulele but not sure where to start?

Join us here at House of Music PSL we have an array of classes and instructors that cater to all age groups!

Join us today, and you’ll be playing your favorite songs on the ukulele in no time!

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benefits

Easiest instrument

The ukulele is one of the easiest instruments to learn how to play. It is much easier than the similarly shaped guitar, the piano, violin, or any wind instrument! The ukulele has only four strings, rather than the guitar’s six strings.

Pricing details

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ukulele

$149

month

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FAQ

Related Question

Yes! We offer a free 30 minute trial class for newcomers. Just let us know your preferred day and time, and we’ll try to schedule a class for you.

You don’t have to bring your own instrument, but we do eventually encourage you to get your own instrument as you’d want to practice more. However, if it is a woodwind or brass instrument, we’d encourage you to bring your own mouthpiece.

Yes, we have a variety of books to guide you in your journey of learning. However, the fees for the books are not included in the class fees. You will have to pay separately upon purchasing a book.
The price of a book can range from $— to $—, depending on what type of book you want.

That’s perfectly fine! If you don’t want to sit for exams, our teachers will cater to your interests and craft the lessons around it. For example, if you want to learn a particular song, they will be more than happy to teach you how to play it.

The teachers will cater to the students’ interests.
For example, if a student wants to learn how to improvise on a guitar, the teacher will teach the student scales and exercises to improve movement around the fretboard.