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    Weekend Ukulele Courses (Christmas Theme)

    CHRISTMAS + UKULELE = DOUBLE FUN

    As we see that Orchard Road's so ready for its Christmas light up, we're so excited for Christmas. "It's the most wonderful time of the year" said Andy Williams...and I personally kinda agree with him.

    Our upcoming ukulele courses at Bishan Community Club that start this Saturday 2nd November will have Christmas theme.

    1. For total beginners (who don't play uke) or ukulele strummers who want to know the music foundation, you could join our ELEMENTARY CLASS.

    The lessons includes major scale concept, solfege, ear training (chord characters recognition), fingering, various plucking & strumming techniques, building up diatonic chords, simple rhythm study, etc. This class will have this famous jolly Christmas tune as their material :

    Details & registration :
    https://www.onepa.sg/class/details/c026756636

    2. For some of you who already understand & play major scale & melody application, you could join our INTERMEDIATE CLASS.

    This course's creatively designed for students progress in fun way. In the last batch we discussed much about some introduction of fingerstyle solo chord-melody concept. Here're some snippets :

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8Y1psvi634
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1hYnw_kIRY

    This coming lesson includes solo chord-melody construction from different angle, ensemble arrangement, bass line concept, esr training (finding chord by hearing), more advanced strumming pattern, etc. Some playful Christmas song they'll learn would be :


    Details & registration :
    https://www.onepa.sg/class/details/c026754552

    Spread the good news and see you in the classrooms

    PS : No lessons on the 14th, 21st & 28th December

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    Re: Weekend Ukulele Courses (Christmas Theme)

    Hi all, as last Saturday turned to be no class due to the big event at Bishan CC, this coming Saturday will be our 2nd lesson. It's not too late for you to join us.
    It's the place to train your groove on ukulele. What is "groove"? Here it is :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ig--FXLpTCE

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