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CLASS 1135 –THE MUSICAL GENIUS OF DUKE ELLIINGTON
Climb aboard the “A Train” to learn about the music, life and times of Edward “Duke” Ellington. You will listen to Duke’s music, including his more well-known tunes such as Satin Doll, Sophisticated Lady and excerpts from his orchestral compositions. ROBERT JACOBS, a musician who plays different genres of music, says that Jazz is his favorite. He has played on television, radio, at Jazz and Folk Festivals and clubs, at the White House and Presidential Inaugural events. He’ll play piano and digital accordion himself with a percussionist as well as play recordings. Class size is limited to 20 students. Monday, Feb 17.
CLASS 1136 – INTRODUCTION TO UKULELE. TWO NIGHTS
Have you always wanted to learn ukulele, but not known where to start? Do you have a ukulele you’ve bought but rarely use? This class is perfect for you. Designed for absolute beginners, this class will review how to tune your ukulele, how to read ukulele tabs and how to play your rst few chords. ASHLEY DICKERSON is a self-taught ukulele player. It was love at first strum when she first started to play. Now Ashley loves helping rst-time ukulele players discover the joy of learning to play the happiest instrument on earth. A class handbook is provided. Please bring your own ukulele. If you need help finding a ukulele, visit your local music store to see if they have one to rent. Class size is limited to 12 students. Class is held for two nights, class cost is $33.00 and there is an additional fee of $5.00 for supplies. Monday, Jan 27 and Monday Feb 3.
CLASS FILLED - CLASS 1137-BEGINNER ACOUSTIC GUITAR
Have you wanted to play acoustic guitar? JUDITH BAILEY, a worship leader in area churches and involved in music ministry for 30 years, will teach you basic chords, music theory, rhythms and a few simple worship songs. Bring an acoustic guitar if you have one. 2 guitars will be available. Class size is limited to 6. Wednesday, Feb 12.