UKULELE
AT THE BEACH ART CENTER

Anthony DiGiorgio Ukulele 101.png

Limited Series Class

Ukulele Jam Post.png

Every Thursday

 
Anthony DiGiorgio Ukulele Instructor with Rusty for web.jpg

UKULELE 101 WITH ANTHONY DIGIORGIO

Limited Series Class:
Wednesdays - Oct 13th - Dec 1st

Teach use of ukulele, basic chords, common timing signatures, notes, how to read musical notation, describe circle of fifths. Will learn and play various types of songs. Student must have their own ukulele and tuner.

Instructor will provide handouts, as needed.

**Students should plan to take notes and practice / prepare for each week.**

This is not a strum and sing class.

There are no refunds for missed classes or drop-outs.

Class Fee: $110 for all 8 classes

(Fee includes a book)
Weekly Class - Wednesdays - 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, 12/1
6:30pm-8:00pm 
Instructor: Anthony DiGiorgio
Level:  Beginner-Advanced (age 13+)

Instrument: Ukulele
Supply Fee: No
Supply List: Ukulele, Tuner, Notebook/Pen

Join us for Ukulele Jam Sessions too!

(Scroll down for info...)

 
Ukulele Jam Post.png

UKULELE JAM

Open Jam Sessions:
Thursdays beginning Oct 21, 2021

Strum and sing open to all levels, all ages. Words and music will be presented on a large TV and we'll play together.  Participants will need their own ukulele and tuner. No other supplies or materials are required.  Come join us for a night of strumming and singing all your old favorites.

Thursdays 6:00pm-7:30pm
Jam Leader: Anthony DiGiorgio
Level:  All Levels, All Ages

Instrument: Ukulele

Fee: $5 per person
Supply Fee: NA
Supply List: Bring your own Ukulele

*Please note: Due to limited space, you must pre-register for each session*

 

OUR ARTISTS

Anthony DiGiorgio Ukulele instructor 1.png

ANTHONY DIGIORGIO

Ukulele

Tony has been playing the ukulele since 2013 and an active member of the Tampa Bay Ukulele Society and Dunedin Ukes. Tony occasionally co-leads Dunedin Ukes and is the instructor for Ukulele 101, which is an introductory course to music theory and specifically its application to the ukulele. Tony has an upbeat and enthusiastic approach to playing the ukulele which is contagious.