Ukulele is a versatile and fun instrument that is a great addition to your performing toolbox.
Bring your ukulele (or check one out of the Rochester Public Library for free!) for an introductory workshop and chance to make music together. We'll learn chords and strumming patterns and then put them to work as we play and sing a few songs, in this workshop led by local music teacher Randy Pollok.
Limited to 15 participants. Tickets are $10 and available to purchase here.
Part of the Artists Professional Development Festival at the MuCCC, a week of workshops and classes which promote artistic and professional development of creative and performing artists in the Rochester community. The classes are being offered by teaching professionals and peers, and topics can include any subject which will help artists grow in their chosen craft, or help develop professional skills such as growing an audience, promotion and publicity, or making a living and selling your work.