Ukulele Group Lessons

Ukulele group lessons are a great introduction for students to learn how to play the ukulele. They’re perfect for beginners who are just starting out or for those who already have some basic knowledge and want to improve their skills. 

During Ukulele Group, students will learn how to play chords, strumming patterns, fingerpicking techniques, and basic music theory. Plus, learning in a group provides an awesome opportunity for students to jam with their peers, practice playing together, and develop their musicianship skills.

The curriculum for Ukulele Group is designed to be progressive and challenging. Each lesson builds on the skills learned in the previous session, so students will be constantly improving and learning new things. 

Beginners, all ages

Thursdays at 4:30pm

30 minute classes once per week

$80 per month

Our Team

Ukulele Instructors

Get to know our group ukulele lesson staff by checking out their instructor profile pages. 

Get In Touch

Location: 19520 Nordhoff St, Unit 1. Northridge, CA 91324

Telephone: 818.518.4357

Email: northridge@musiclab.co

School Hours: M-F: 12pm - 8pm, Sa: 9am - 4pm, Su: Closed

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