Have you always wanted to play an instrument? Join the fabulous Zukes Ukulele Orchestra! Get together with an instructor and dozens of Uke enthusiasts for fun, weekly group lessons at The Z.
Students must supply their own Ukulele and music stand.
Uke for Kids: An engaging class for kids ages 7 to 12 that explores the fundamentals of the ukulele including basic chords and strums. (Students can be enrolled into a more advanced level with consent of the instructor).
Beginners Level 1: For early beginners. Explore Ukulele fundamentals including basic strumming patterns, 5-7 chords, elementary music theory and some introductory songs!
Beginners Level 2:* For beginners with some experience. Advance your knowledge of strumming patterns, chord progressions and music theory concepts while adding more chords and songs are added to your repertoire.
Intermediate:* Delve into a diverse array of repertoire while studying more complex strumming patterns, chord progressions, and music theory concepts all while improving your uke technique.
*On occasion, members of these classes participate in optional community performances.
Make your next audition a home run! Auditioning is an unavoidable part of the acting world, but it doesn’t have to be so terrifying! Learn how to better prepare and showcase your skills to directors and casting agents in this 4-session course. Spruce up your resume, select appropriate headshots and prepare a monologue that may just help you land your next role! Whether you’re interested in stage or screen, this class is ideal for anyone wanting to improve their audition technique.
Move and groove with your toddler! An introductory dance class that encourages children to explore creative movement while working on their coordination, listening skills, motor development, sense of rhythm and so much more. No experience necessary!
Be your own playwright! Students will use the building blocks of their imagination to create their own play. Develop interesting plots, characters and dialogue all while learning about the foundations of acting. The class will culminate in a performance of the original piece.
Be your own playwright! Students will use the building blocks of their imagination to create their own play. Develop interesting plots, characters and dialogue all while learning and expanding on the foundations of acting. The class will culminate in a performance of the original piece.
Got rhythm? We do! In this class, students will learn basic rhythm patterns, drumming technique, explore a variety of percussion instruments and broaden their awareness of world cultures. Create music as an ensemble using one of the most powerful and accessible instruments in the world! All drums will be supplied. No experience is necessary.
It’s Time for More Rhythm in your Life!
In this hands-on class, students explore traditional world drumming rhythms and play them individually as well and in the traditional ensemble setting. While learning the hand drumming technique from the drum cultures of Africa, Cuba, Brazil, Haiti and the Middle-East, students will trace the evolution of world rhythms from their tribal roots to present day musical contexts of Hip-Hop and International Pop styles. A fun opportunity for beginners to get their feet wet and for experienced players to hone their skills. Drums will be supplied. No experience necessary.
Ready to take your singing to the next level? This group vocal technique class aims to enhance your skill set by extending your vocal range, improving your breath support, enriching your tone and more! All while having fun singing a wide variety of repertoire. All experience levels welcome.
Swing into fall with this West Coast Swing class! WCS is a smooth and modern form of swing dancing that can be danced to a variety of musical styles and genres. A great way to spend an evening with your partner or some friends! No experience or dance partner required.
Become a swordsman of the stage! This course is a beginner’s introduction to stage combat with an emphasis on swordplay. Students will learn basic rapier technique which draws from western fencing and eastern disciplines. Students should comfortably and be prepared to move for every class.