Ukes for UNICEF 2021 - Virtual Ukulele Festival - Saturday 27th February - Workshops



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Phil Doleman

Phil Doleman

Phil is The Guv'nor. A firm U4U favourite...

He'll be running a workshop and performing live

Hamish Currie

Hamish Currie

Hamish, founder and leading light of BURP, is an accomplished ukulele player, but just loves to have fun!

His workshop will be called "You know more chords than you thought you did" or "Yes, you can modulate up a semitone"

For experienced, confident players. You'll already be comfortable with playing all the "usual" ukulele chords and you don't worry when you see a Bb. You may be introduced to a couple of new ones, but we'll discover the joys of moveable chords and go through just enough theory to open up new avenues

Euan Tees

Euan Tees

Local peripatetic teacher, specialising in ukulele, and function band regular Euan Tees will be running a beginners' workshop, highlighting how much fun can be had with a uke and just a couple of chords

Codrut Muresan

Codrut Muresan

Codrut is a music teacher from High Wycombe currently teaching in Ivinghoe.

Adrian Broadway

Adrian Broadway

Ukes for Unicef regular - with and without his band Ukolade - Adrian is a former head of a Primary School and music teacher. He got his first ukulele over fifty years ago and has been playing ever since

 

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