Music in turbulent times.
Finding comfort in times like this can be challenging. I wrote about the importance of music and the arts right now in a letter to my email list back on March 16th. I shared that post on the blog here as well, if you’re interested.
I have been moving my current classes and lessons into online formats and have three fun one-off songbook online sessions coming up in April and a Level 1 Notes and More session beginning in May. Read more here!
I will also be part of the upcoming Online Uke Fest hosted by Sarah Maisel and Craig Chee, which will be a full day of ukulele goodness! Check out the details here.
Music can keep us connected, it can offer us distraction and solace, and it can channel our creativity. Let’s keep our community connected and make some music together online soon. -Cynthia
Cynthia Kinnunen is a music educator, teaching piano and ukulele to people aged 5 to 105, including ukulele classes and programs, teacher support, school and corporate workshops, international teaching and performing, and more. Read more about Cynthia, sign up for a ukulele class or program, or get in touch. Let’s make music!
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Looking to purchase your first uke or move up to the next level in quality and sound? Cynthia is Guelph’s Ohana Ukuleles exclusive dealer. Read more here. By appointment only.
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