First Chord Ukulele Orchestra
The First Chord Ukulele Orchestra is a fun and relaxed group based in the heart of Glasgow's West End!
About First Chord Ukulele Orchestra
We run every Saturday from 5pm - 6.30pm from our spacious lesson space based in the well established CC Music Store.
The group is open to all levels of Ukulele players from total beginners to experienced (don’t worry if you don’t have a uke, CC music has a excellent selection and we can guide you in choosing the right Uke for you!).
Our tutor, Finn, arranges popular songs, that are often picked by the group, into several parts of varying difficulty.
The sessions last an hour and a half and cost £10 (£8 student/concession) or £35 for monthly membership.
Feel free to contact us on Facebook, 07809442272 or email@example.com to book or place or for more information!
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