Making music is one of the great joys in life. 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/custom group activities, as well as performs as a solo artist and a duo (ukulele/bass). Take a look through the site and you may find something to get you excited about making music this year! If you’re interested in seeing some highlights of what Cynthia has been up to these days, you can pop over here.
A limited number of weekday daytime piano and ukulele lesson spots are now available. Perfect for retirees, stay-at-home/work-at-home parents, shift workers… anyone who would love to get some music in their life during the weekdays! Get in touch to learn more.
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.
Currently coming up are April Beginner Bootcamp Ukulele Class, Ukulele Rhythm Workshop on February 25, and Like, Totally 80s! Workshop on April 7. Head over here for the details about these and other upcoming classes.
Don’t forget to subscribe to the email blasts and watch the Facebook page, and you’ll be right on top of what’s in store. Let’s make music!
Royal City Uke Fest
Come out and make some music with us at our Big Launch Strum on Sunday, March 25th at 11:00am and you can hear all about who’s coming to this year’s festival! Visit the Facebook event page for details: https://www.facebook.com/events/190077785085696/
The inaugural Royal City Uke Fest 2017 was a sold out success! With 200 full-day workshoppers, and 400+ attending the delicious evening concert (James Hill and Anne Janelle), we had an amazing day of music! Visit the Facebook page to see a some great photos from the 2017 event and watch the Royal City Uke Fest website for details about the 2018 festival. Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 29, 2018! Tickets go on sale April 1st.