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REGISTER ONLINE BY CLICKING HERE

Click here to download and print a registration form.

For more information, call 585-454-4596.

Click here for the 2020 Summer Session Calendar and enrollment policies.

Summer lesson appointments begin on April 1, 2020.

Ukulele Group Classes - ONLINE!

Choose the class below that most fits your level.

 

NOTE: These classes are now being offered virtually. Online instruction with Hochstein is easy! To find out more about the technical requirements, click here.

 

HOCHSTEIN UKULELE EXPERIENCE!

Randy Pollok, Instructor
6 Wednesdays, July 8-August 12, 2020
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!

This class will be held via Zoom. A Zoom-compatible device is required for participation, such as a smartphone, laptop, or tablet that has a basic video recording capability and a microphone. 

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; $102* tuition; $78 if enrolled in individual lessons at Hochstein. (Fees are as of Summer 2020.)

 


HOCHSTEIN UKES PLAY THE BLUES

Randy Pollok, Instructor 
6 Wednesdays, July 8-August 12, 2020
7:30-8:30 pm
Ages 10-adult, intermediate to advanced level

 

NOTE - new title and description!

Learn to play the blues on the ukulele! Most of the songs you hear on the radio have some basis in the blues, which is an important part of American music history and a major influence on most modern popular music. But what exactly is the blues?

Over the six weeks, you will learn techniques to introduce you to blues songs, how they work, and how to play them – including blues scales and chord patterns, beginning improvisation, bending, and other techniques. The course will delve deeply into a few songs demonstrating the ideas and skills that will give you a good foundation to continue to explore blues music in your playing beyond the class.

This class will be held via Zoom. A Zoom-compatible device is required for participation, such as a smartphone, laptop, or tablet that has a basic video recording capability and a microphone. 

Fee: $10 registration fee; $102* tuition; $78 if enrolled in individual lessons at Hochstein. (Fees are as of Summer 2020.)

 

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