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Ukulele Workshops

As an experienced ukulele group leader, I am also able to run a wide variety of ukulele workshops.

I am a professional trainer in my work life, and also hold current public liability insurance to cover workshops.

Types of ukulele workshops I could run for your event include:

  • Beginners
  • Kids Class
  • Strumming patterns
  • Picking patterns
  • Pentatonic scale basics
  • Basic chord theory
  • Reading sheet music
  • Introduction to moveable barre chords
  • Patterns to learn the notes on the fretboard
  • Introduction to bass ukulele
  • Introduction to baritone ukulele
  • How to layer group sounds
  • Using randomization tools to mix things up

Testimonials

A huge thank you to Chantelle for providing an amazing Zoom workshop for the members of Goldfields Ukestra during COVID lockdown. Wth her gentle and patient teaching style, Chantelle demystified the complexities of learning the notes on our fretboard and inspired many of our members to have a go at improvising for the first time.

I’d highly recommend Chantelle as a workshop presenter for your ukulele group or festival. She goes above and beyond to differentiate her instruction, ensuring everyone learns something and has fun at the same time.

Kim Burns, Musical Director, Goldfields Ukestra

Chantelle is a friendly teacher who is equally passionate about her music specialty as she is about the craft of teaching. She has a talent for translating complex information to students in a clear, simple and often humorous way. Chantelle goes beyond expectations to help students learn by supplying relevant material in class, in newsletters and updates and at events. We are very fortunate to have her as our ukulele teacher at Balla Balla Community Centre. 

Paula Mackie, Balla Balla Ukes

Chantelle is a great uke teacher, one of the best I have seen. I have attended a few of her workshops and they are always well structured and progressive, suitable for all skill levels. Chantelle has the ability to help beginners while also extending advanced players. I leave every workshop with new skills and knowledge.

Chantelle is a trainer in her day job and her experience teaching adults is obvious, it’s different from teaching children. Chantelle manages the class group and gets everyone involved. If you can go to one of her workshops, sign up ASAP, you will learn a lot and it will fill up fast.

Matthew Robinson, Balla Balla Ukes