Banjo and Ukulele lessons

For those who are looking to play a not so conventional instrument like guitar and bass, or want to play a more traditional music, the banjo and ukulele might be the right instruments for you. Let’s be honest…They sound amazing! Plus, they are easy to learn.
Whether you are a complete beginner or you already have some knowledge, I can adapt the content of my lessons accordingly in order to make an enjoyable time for you. Find more info down below:

Banjo lessons

Banjo is mostly used in Bluegrass, a music genre that developed in the 1940s in the United States. It’s a fast, vibrant music very closely connected to English, Scottish and Irish traditional music.

If you’re interested in learning how to play banjo, I just want to let you know that is something completely achievable! Learning the basics is easy, and with a bit of practice, you will make big progress in a short time.

A good thing that distinguish the banjo from another instruments is that its sound is so satisfying, making the learner to play more and more. This makes the learning of the instrument much faster.

Things you can learn in the banjo lessons:

– Technique
– Essential Music Theory
– Fretboard Knowledge
– Position playing
– Essential roll patterns
– Introduction to Bluegrass banjo solos
– Slides, hammer-ons and pull-offs
– Relative ear training
– Songwriting

Ukulele lessons

The relaxing, mellow sound of a ukulele is an instant hook for the listener. It immediately transports you to Hawaii, sitting on a lawn chair on the beach. And the only sounds are the waves gently spilling onto the shore, the palm trees rustling in the wind, and the occasional tropical bird chirping in the trees.

Ukulele is one of the easiest strings instruments to learn. With only a bunch of chords, you can play some nice songs and make them sound awesome! But to master it, more dedication and practice is needed.

What can you learn in the ukulele lessons?
– Reading Standard Music Notation and Tablature
– Essential Music Theory
– Basic ukulele chords chart
– Finger dexterity and strumming patterns
– Basic Improvisation
– Focus on Harmony, Rhythm, Time feel
– Basic posture and how to hold the ukulele
– Relative ear training
– Songwriting