Wimbledon Ukulele Lessons & Ukulele Teachers in Wimbledon available to start your private Ukulele lessons and group classes! Learn to make music through effective Ukulele Lessons. Each of our listed Wimbledon Ukulele teacher has been chosen carefully and they are looking forward to start Ukulele lessons with you!
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If you're looking for the best way to learn ukulele, look no further! We have some of the best ukulele players eager to provide you ukulele lessons in Wimbledon. Our friendly instructors will teach you how to tune, hold, and strum your ukulele until you and your friends can jam to your heart's content. Pick up your instrument, find an instructor from Classes A to Z, and get started on ukulele lessons in Wimbledon today!
Wimbledon is a district of southwest London, best known for its annual tennis tournament. Geographically, it is north of Sutton, east of Kingston upon Thames, south of Wandsworth, and west of Mitcham, 7 miles southwest of London's centre.
Wimbledon is home to the All England Lawn Tennis Championships, the oldest tennis championship in the world. The tournament, often referred to as simply Wimbledon, is held every summer. The district encompasses one of the largest areas of common land in London, Wimbledon Common. Other places of interest include the vast and gorgeous landscaped garden Cannizaro Park, Thai Buddhist temple Buddhapadipa, Polka Theatre for Children, Wimbledon Windmill Museum, Wimbledon Society Museum of Local History, and the Wandle Industrial Museum. The New Wimbledon Theatre is a Grade II listed Edwardian theatre on The Broadway.
Serving the area are several local buses radiating from the main bus station near Hartfield Rd on Sir Cyril Black Way. There are also buses that leave outside the Centre Court Shopping Mall in central Wimbledon. Next to the mall s Wimbledon station, the only London station that is a National Rail, London Underground, and Tramlink station at once. Outside the main entrance of the station is a taxi stand.
On the last 16 days of November every year, the Wimbledon International Music Festival brings exceptional musicians together to perform in Wimbledon and South West London. The Festival was established in 2009 and has since become a platform for both well-established world-class performers and newly discovered artists to showcase their talent in singing, violin, wind and brass, guitar, cello, piano, and more.
Anthony Patrick James "Tony" McGuinness, better known as Tony McGuinness, is a British musician from Wimbledon. He is one third of English progressive trance group Above & Beyond. Also from Wimbledon is Marcus Mumford, an English-American singer, songwriter, musician, and producer. He is the lead vocalist of the band Mumford & Sons, and can play the guitar, drums, mandolin, ukelele, tambourine, triangle, and melodica. To catch some live music, head to The Grove in Kingston Road, or The Dog & Fox for live music every Saturday.
Finding the right Ukulele lessons for you couldn't be easier! All you need to do is enter the type of music lesson you need private tuition for in the Type of Lesson search box, enter your Area or Postcode in the subsequent box, and click Search. For Ukulele lessons in Wimbledon enter Ukulele as the lesson type and Wimbledon or your postcode in the area section then click Search.
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Online Ukulele Lessons Available
Using technology to your advantage is a great way to minimize time wasted on traveling and take advantage of the growing trend of online learning. You will still be learning from a live Ukulele tutor, but you'll be doing it via Skype!
All you need is a desktop, laptop, or tablet with a working camera, microphone, and speakers, and internet with minimum speed of 1Mbps for download and 0.5Mbps for upload. You will also need to be in a quiet room to ensure that you can have your Ukulele lessons online without any interruptions. Never again will you have to miss your Ukulele lessons even when you're on a holiday!
Tutors offering online Ukulele lessons will have the icon on their profile.
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