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North America's most popular

LUNCH AND AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM!

 

Ukulele Kids

North America's most popular lunch and after school program.

Ukulele Kids

From Pop to Rock... THERE'S A LOT OF MUSIC IN A UKULELE!!

Summer Camps

Camp is the ideal environment for learning to play the ukulele

The Easiest Instrument to Learn

North America's most popular lunch and after school program.


Over 17,000 children have learned to play the ukulele in Ukulele Kids programs in the past eight years!

From Pop to Rock... THERE'S A LOT OF MUSIC IN A UKULELE!!

With Ukulele Kids your child will be playing and singing in no time while having lots of fun with friends.


  

Why Is The Uke So Popular Again?


  • easiest to learn and fastest growing instrument in the world (Guinness Book of World Records)
  • teaches theory, ear training and musicianship
  • children can sing and play at the same time
  • great stepping stone to the guitar
  • comes in bright cheery colours
  • inexpensive and portable
  • simply fun!

The Ukulele is "Cool" Again!

Join the ukulele craze sweeping Great Britain, the U.S. and now Canada.
An extremely popular string instrument, made cool again by pop culture darlings, Mr. Shuester (Glee), American Idol's Jason Castro and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam.

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Does music training have an impact in the brains of children?

musiconyourbrainThe study from Dr. Assal Habibi, a research scientist at USC's Brain and Creativity Institute focuses on whether systematic music training has a measurable impact on the brains of children and the subsequent development of their cognitive skills and social skills.

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Source: https://www.pcmag.com/news/361744/this-is-your-brain-on-music

Some Ontario schools go silent as music programs are defunded

Number of music teachers at Ontario schools has fallen 7% in last decade, report says

The number of Ontario elementary schools with full or part-time music teachers has steadily declined in the last decade, according to a new report released Monday, and some who study childhood education warn the loss of music lessons could have onerous consequences for new generations of students.

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Source: Published by CBC News on May 15, 2017

Ukulele Big Kids

Adults love the ukulele as much as the kids. We have many adult programs such as seniors residences, corporate team building, corporate lunch time programs, adult sing-a-longs, teacher training etc. Learn More...

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