Jam at Riviera Beach on Thursday, Dec 13th

When and Where

Thursday, December 13th, from 7:00 to 8:00 (or 8:30)pm, at the Riviera Beach Community Library, 1130 Duvall Hwy, Pasadena, MD.

What to expect?

This is an Anne Arundel County Public Library organized event supported by UkeAnnapolis and Sara Damario. It is primarily intended for new players, and what we do depends on who shows up, any plans the library has, and the skill levels of the participants.

We will primarily be playing Christmas music. Bring your favorite and 10 copies (check the Christmas Songbook below). If you celebrate a different holiday, then PLEASE come and bring music appropriate to that holiday.

Download and print the Christmas Songbook.

Who should come? (Answer: you)

Beginners are always welcome! If you play a different instrument, please come and play with us.

What to bring?

*Your Ukulele(s)
*UkeAnnapolis music (I have binders with the Our Music from the menu above)
*”The Daily Ukulele” songbook (yellow cover) by Liz and Jim Beloff
*Music stand if you have one
*Several copies of the music you want to share

The next jam will be Thursday, January 10th, at the Riviera Beach Community Library.

See you there,
John
uke@jcochran.net

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Beginners’ Music Lesson

When and Where

Saturday, January 19th, from 10:00am to noon, at the Edgewater Community Library, 25 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater, MD.

What to expect?

This is an Anne Arundel County Public Library organized event supported by UkeAnnapolis. In the first hour it will cover very basic ukulele information (holding, plucking, strumming, basic chords, simple songs, interesting information, very basic music theory). In the second hour it will cover more chords, more complicated music, more complicated strumming, singing, and practice tips.

You must register. Call the library at 410-222-1538.

If you would like an early start, watch (and practice with) the Bernadette Teaches Music 30 day challenge.

There will be a UkeAnnapolis jam in the afternoon from 1:00 to 4:30pm. You can continue with us then.

Who should come? (Answer: you)

This is primarily for people new to the ukulele. You should come if
1. You got a new ukulele for Christmas (or Kwanza or whatever).
2. You found an old ukulele in the garage and are wondering what to do with it.
3. You love ukulele music and haven’t gotten around to buying one yet.
4. You have played a bit but are mystified by some aspect of playing it.
5. You are tired of playing alone (and are new to playing).

What to bring?

*Your Ukulele
*Your enthusiasm

See you there,
John
uke@jcochran.net

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