No matter your age, whether you’re ready to challenge yourself to work towards certification, or if you’d simply like to improve your skills and build repertoire, music-making is good for us and for our communities. Cynthia teaches private piano and ukulele lessons, classes, workshops and community/corporate/private custom group activities, as well as performs as a solo artist and as half of Transit Lounge. If you’re interested in seeing some highlights of what Cynthia has been up to these days, you can pop over here.
Check out my article in the current issue of Ukulele Magazine where I share a bit about how the ukulele found its way back into my life.
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The Royal City Ukulele Ensemble’s 2017-2018 Season is nearing the end of the year. You can read more about this unique program here or get in touch about having the RCUE make music at your event. Registration for new members for the 2018-2019 season will open on July 1st, 2018. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what’s involved and to set up an interview/audition if you’d like to join for next season. Spaces are limited for this program and a full-year commitment is required.
Looking to purchase your first uke or move up to the next level in quality and sound? Cynthia is now Guelph’s Ohana Ukuleles exclusive dealer. Read more here. By appointment only.
Royal City Uke Fest
The second annual Royal City Uke Fest is sold out! After just 30 days, all of our festival passes are gone! If you weren’t able to snag one, be sure to follow the Facebook page to keep track of when folks may be selling any passes directly. And if all else fails, everyone is welcome to the big free strum-along on the Friday evening to help kick things off! Visit the Facebook page to see a some great photos from the 2017 event, and to get all of the details for this year’s Royal City Uke Fest !