Classes, Bootcamps & Events
Ukulele Classes in American Fork, Utah
See the above calendar for session start dates.
- Wednesday Evenings at 6-7:30pm : Power Up Ukulele Classes. In this is all-levels class, new students meet 6-7pm while continuing students meet 6:30-7:30pm. In the overlapping half hour, the group works on pieces to perform together at various concert venues and rest homes throughout the year. The other half hour covers a group lesson and individualized instruction. Classes are $45 for a six-week session. Location: TBD. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot.
- Wednesday Evenings at 7:45pm : Rehearsals for UFO HUM (Ukes for Others : Happy Ukulele Movement). This ukulele ensemble rehearses and performs 3-4 part ukulele arrangements combined with 2-3 part vocal harmony. As the parts are differentiated in difficulty, UFO HUM welcomes confident beginners to advanced players. Contact email@example.com for details.
- Monday Afternoons at 3-3:45pm (during the school year) : Ukulele Youth Choir. This is a performance group for ages 10-17 where youth can enjoy and learn more about the ukulele and good singing. This is a TUITION-FREE program of the American Fork Children’s Choir, made possible by a grant from the AF PARC program. Full details can be found at http://afcc.choiworks.com.
- Ukulele Bootcamps for absolute beginners are held periodically in various locales (see calendar). Traveling Bootcamps are also available for groups of almost any size by appointment (PDF eBrochure). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book a bootcamp for your family, business, church or other organization (minimum 5 participants).
To get announcements on other Utah ukulele events and classes, send an email to email@example.com with the subject: Utah Ukulele Events.
“Don’t worry about being too old or too young for joining the ukulele community. Most ukulele groups have members ranging in age from teenagers up to pensioners and a good gender balance. Most groups welcome beginners . . . no matter who you are you’ll get a warm welcome.” ~Alistair Wood, Ukulele for Dummies