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Chantelle & Uke

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I am a ukulele player, percussionist and vocalist in the south east suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.

Chantelle & Uke

Chantelle & Uke

2 weeks 3 days ago

It has been fun to hang out with Ukenthused over the past few weeks writing a new song together!

Chantelle & Uke

Chantelle & Uke

3 weeks 9 hours ago

It was so great to just sing through a bunch of these great jazz standards in my lesson tonight. I haven’t sung these in such a long time mainly because I’ve been focused on really deep learning a few specific songs lately. We spent so much time working on all of these last year. Some of them were still good... others I forgot some of the words! I know what playlist I’ll be listening to tomorrow 🤣

Chantelle & Uke

Chantelle & Uke

3 weeks 4 days ago

When you’re trying to add some MIDI tracks on to your computer and suddenly you hear Aura Lee with a drum beat coming through the headphones...?

Chantelle & Uke

Chantelle & Uke

4 weeks 10 hours ago

This weekend the Ukulele World Congress event in Indiana, USA, ran using an online format... which made it possible to attend from here. Not only did I perform in their open mic, but I also took the opportunity to attend several of their Zoom calls - I basically attended whenever I could across the event. It was so great chatting with so many ukulele people, jamming and singing songs together!

Chantelle & Uke

Chantelle & Uke

1 month 2 days ago

On Monday night I dropped in to the weekly Zoom call for @goldfieldsukestra as their special guest. I performed a couple of songs and ran a jam, but in particular, I also ran a workshop. Teaching is something that I’m really passionate about in life - so much so that I’m actually a professional trainer in my day job. I love explaining things that seem super complex in such a simple way that everyone feels like they can take it on. For this workshop I taught some patterns to help memorise the fretboard and applied these to help learn some pentatonic scales, but not just the same three frets that everyone usually covers in workshops. I split them into different complexities so there would also be a challenge for those that were up to it. I even made a left handed diagram after one lady asked for one. Although I play right handed, I’m actually a lefty, so I understand! The session was really well received and people seem to have gotten a lot from it - I really enjoyed doing this. Thanks for asking me @kimagery.live

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