About Learn To Uke:
Learn To Uke
Fun-loving, easy-going, fast-moving courses to help you have a blast with your ukulele!
Welcome to Learn To Uke; fun-loving, easy-going, fast-moving. We want you to have a blast learning to play your ukulele!
The great thing about Learn to Uke, is that there are ukulele courses in different formats so you’ll find one to suit your lifestyle.
We were forced to rethink how we had worked since 2009, like everyone else in 2020. Our classes went online for the first time. It worked so well, I can’t believe we didn’t do it years ago.
Learn at your own pace, with all the support and camaraderie you need.
About Lorraine Bow:
I am Lorraine, a ukulele teacher with over 12 years of experience
I founded Learn To Uke because I wanted to bring the joy of playing an instrument to everyone. Since 2009, I‘ve successfully taught thousands of people to play the ukulele. I can teach you, too. I was taught to play by Hester & George from the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain in 2007. Prior to that, I had only played ‘London’s Burning‘, badly on the recorder at school*. So, I remember how it feels being unable to play an instrument – this is what makes me a patient teacher. I‘ll hold your hand through every step of your experience of learning the uke.
After a few years, I trained both in music and teaching music. I hope you’ll be inspired to enjoy it as much as I do. You’ll be playing (or improving on) the ukulele within an hour – even with no prior musical experience. It is a great way to unwind, and I aim to be as far removed from traditional musical teaching as possible. Forget the drudge of slowly picking through ‘Twinkle Twinkle’ – you’ll be strumming and singing lots of well-known, popular songs in no time!
Professional memberships: Musician’s Union, National Association of Music Educators.
Easy steps to follow
Each stage is broken down into 2 levels so you can easily improve.
Great songs guarantee
The skills you’ll learn are transferrable so you’ll be able to play well-known songs that you enjoy.
Clear audio & video
It wouldn’t be helpful if you weren’t able to see and hear what you need to know, now, would it?