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Harmonica & Ukulele Group Classes
NEW! HARMONICA HORIZON!
Allen Hopkins, Instructor
4 Thursdays, July 13-August 3, 2017
7:00-8:00 pm

ages 10-adult, beginners
What better way to develop beginning musical skills than learning to play the harmonica? Harmonica Horizon will cover basic skills, including: playing scales/simple melodies; single-note, harmony, and chordal playing; “cross harp” or “second position” for blues; note-bending; playing in minor keys; and beginning techniques for vibrato and trills. Additional topics include theory/chord structure as applied to the harmonica as well as harmonica selection and care.

NOTE: Students will need to purchase a ten-hole, diatonic harmonica in the key of C. 


Fee: $10 registration fee; $64* tuition; $48 if enrolled in individual lessons at Hochstein. (Fees are as of Summer 2017.)

HOCHSTEIN UKULELE EXPERIENCE!
Randy Pollok, Instructor
6 Wednesdays, July 12-August 16, 2017
6:30-7:30 pm

ages 10-adult, beginners
Are you looking for a fun, accessible way to start learning music? Well, the ukulele is the perfect instrument to develop musical skills while playing in a group with others! Join ukulele master Randy Pollok in this intergenerational class with the emphasis on learning basic chords and songs in a welcoming environment that fosters a positive attitude and a sense of community with other class members. Grab your children, your spouse/partner, family members, and friends and join together in this enjoyable way to make music together!
NOTE: Participants need to provide their own ukuleles (concert, tenor, or soprano size) and purchase The Daily Ukulele, Volume 1 by Jim Beloff. 

Fee: $10 registration fee; $96* tuition; $72 if enrolled in individual lessons at Hochstein. (Fees are as of Summer 2017.)

HOCHSTEIN UKES PLAY THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK
Randy Pollok, Instructor 
6 Wednesdays, July 12-August 16, 2017
7:30-8:30 pm

ages 10-adult, intermediate to advanced level 
Join ukulele master Randy Pollok in a foray into the Great American Songbook. Explore song standards of the 1920s, 30s, 40s, and 50s by greats such as the Gershwins, Irving Berlin, and Johnny Mercer. 

Fee: $10 registration fee; $96* tuition; $72 if enrolled in individual lessons at Hochstein. (Fees are as of Summer 2017.)