Ukulele Lessons Toronto for Kids and Adults

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Looking for ukulele lessons in Toronto? Musiprof offers a selection of accredited teachers in Toronto, offering private ukulele lessons to beginners or advanced students. Choose your ukulele teacher based on criteria such as location, teaching experience, cost and more. Ukulele lessons available in studioat your home or online. Learn about how payment works for ukulele lessons.

Ukulele Lessons Toronto – Online, In-studio, or at your home​

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How it Works

Step 1

Search for a teacher:

Compare different teachers based on criteria that matter to you, including location, age, experience, and teaching style.

Step 2

Contact your teacher:

Contact the teacher of your choice to schedule a first lesson. Once the lesson is scheduled, a payment request will be sent by email.

Step 3

Take a Lesson Package:

If you feel it’s a good fit with your teacher, lessons are sold in packages of 5, 10 or 15 lessons. Pay for the lessons using your credit card.

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What is a good ukulele method book?

Ukulele for kids by Hal Leonard is a great method book for learning the basics. Learn simple chords, single notes and popular songs such as Yellow Submarine, I’m Yours, Tambourine Man and many more.

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Musiprof’s very own ukulele teacher Pierre, wrote an great and affordable book called Easy Ukulele.  The book covers over 20 easy songs like Row your Boat, London Bridge and many others.  Kids can immediately enjoy playing along to these well known classics.

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About Musiprof

Musiprof is a music school and online music lessons service that connects music teachers to students across Canada. We provide high quality private ukulele lessons in Toronto which allow students to learn to play basic chords and other relevant skills on the instrument.

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How much do ukulele lessons cost in Toronto?

30 minutes: $25.00 to $35.00 CAD
45 minutes: $35.00 to $48.00 CAD
60 minutes: $40.00 to $60.00 CAD
The price of ukulele lessons in Toronto varies from one teacher to another and depends on the lesson duration. The prices listed here reflect the range of prices based on the lesson duration.

Can I teach myself ukulele?

Yes you can teach yourself ukulele. There a several great ukulele method books that allow you to learn on your own. We recommend Ukulele for Kids – by Hal Leonard, for both kids and adults.
For best results however, it is recommended to learn with a qualified ukulele teacher who will provide you with a step by step lesson plan, while giving you feedback.

How much should I spend on my first ukulele?

We recommend to not spend less than $80.00 CAD when buying your first ukulele. If you spend less than this, you run the risk of getting an instrument that doesn’t hold it’s tuning. It is very frustrating to have to continually re-tune your ukulele when you play.
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How much time does it take to learn ukulele?

You can learn the basics of the ukulele in roughly one month. I consider the basics to be the 4 most common ukulele chords (C-F-Am-G). Once you can play these 4 chords, and comfortably switch between them, you can play and sing literally hundreds of popular songs.

Is the ukulele a serious instrument?

Playing the ukulele requires you to have a handle on the fundamentals of music such as melody, harmony and rhythm. Therefore, the ukulele can be thought of a serious instrument if it is approached that way. It is also an instrument that can be learnt as a fun hobby and doesn’t require a deep understanding of music knowledge and theory.

Do you need a pick for ukulele?

Some people prefer using a soft pick to play the ukulele. However most people simply using the nail of their index and thumb fingers. The ukulele’s soft nylon strings sound great when played with your fingers.

Music lessons take place in various locations across the city, either at the teacher’s studio, your home or online. The address listed here is the Musiprof head office.

555 Wilson ave, unit 1103E, Toronto, Ontario, M3H0C6, Canada
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