Smithe St. and Beatty St. Vancouver BC
from the Guido Heistek web site
Yaletown Music is the teaching studio of teacher Guido Heistek. The studio is conveniently located on the corner of Nelson and Richards in downtown Vancouver. Guido Heistek teaches fun, student-centred ukulele lessons, guitar lessons, and harmonica lessons. Children and adults welcome.
from the Anna Acevedo Lyman web site
ANNA (ACEVEDO) LYMAN is a Mexican-American Jazzista and Recording artist (B. Mus. Jazz Jazz Vocal Performance, Min. Guitar), born in Detroit, currently domiciled in Canada. . Anna is a jazz festival favorite, performing live, and when she’s not onstage she enjoys teaching voice and ukulele, and is a bossa nova specialist.
The Seymour Building
525 Seymour Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 3H7
from the Rubys Ukes web site
Ruby’s Ukes is Vancouver’s Ukulele school with classes, workshops & Vancouver’s Ukulele festival. A Ukulele haven for all those interested in learning, playing and enjoying all things Ukulele. From absolute novice to advanced player, Ruby’s Ukes has the course for you!
from the Ralph Shaw web site
Ralph Shaw divides his time between recording music CDs, making DVDs (on how to play the ukulele), songwriting and live performance and is well known as Vancouver’s King of the Ukulele! His earliest employment in show business was as a children’s entertainer known as Ralph the Clown (motto = Making the World Laugh – music included no batteries required) Ralph the Clown. In 1990 he discovered the ukulele and along with it a love of some of the great songs of the 20s, 30s and 40s. His grandfather owned a 1920’s ukulele and this was probably Ralph’s earliest inspiration to play the instrument which the Hawaiians call the Jumping Flea.
Elayne and Norm Ruplen
Hamilton, Ontario Canada
from the String Along Ukulele web site
String Along Ukulele is Elayne and Norm Ruplen and we are located in Dundas, Ontario, Canada. We have over 65 years of combined experience, teaching the ukulele to both children and adults. Our life long passion for the ukulele is still as strong as ever, especially during the current resurgence in popularity of the instrument. For the past 4 years we have been honing our skills and learning from the top ukulele teachers in the world, by attending the Portland Oregon Ukulele Festival.
from the The Ukulele Way web site
The Ukulele Way is written, arranged and presented by James Hill.
The Ukulele Way is a musical journey, one that will continue for as long as you have a desire to explore new musical landscapes. The ukulele is your compass; it points the way. The lessons in this method are watering holes along the road, each with something unique to offer.
The Ukulele Way includes a wide array of print, audio and video materials so that you can follow the path that suits your needs, interests and learning style. And while there are many paths, they all have one thing in common: they’re paved with melody, harmony and rhythm.
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