what to expect here:
A Ukulele Lesson at Cedarstone School of Music is tailored to each individual student’s needs and wants. In a typical ukulele lesson, you may see students learning to read music, increasing their knowledge of music theory, learning musical scales, learn proper guitar technique, learning to read chords on a lead sheet, sight reading, playing folk or contemporary music, and more. Click on our ukulele teachers bio to learn more about them!
Piano, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Voice, Songwriting, Ukulele
Fiddle, Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele, Dobro, Voice
Guitar, Voice, Ukulele, Bass
Piano, Voice, Cello, Ukulele
Guitar, Bass, Lap Steel, Ukulele
Guitar, Bass, Ukulele
Guitar, Piano, Bass, Audio Production, Ukulele, Beginner Drums
Cedarstone’s “Real Life” Curriculum:
Our instructors evaluate how each student interacts with music on a daily basis and then designs a plan to help them maximize those opportunities. What music touches their soul or captures their attention? Where are they listening to music? Are there performance opportunities at school or church or at family gatherings? And then the Cedarstone teachers begin weaving those different threads into the student’s lesson plan.
The resulting tapestry is practical applications: Playing favorite songs. Performing in talent shows. Being prepared for auditions. Ready to help lead worship. Playing a special song for their grandparents’ anniversary or a small family Christmas concert for their family in the living room. Performing at coffee house settings. Applying for music scholarships. Writing songs that express their unique creativity.
This is Cedarstone. Making musical dreams become accomplished goals. Weaving music into every student’s real life.