Dark Mountain Music

UKULELE LESSONS CALGARY ​

Learn to play the ukulele with Dark Mountain Music’s private ukulele lessons in Calgary. Choose your preferred lesson length, location, and availability. Lets unleash your inner ukulele virtuoso on an adventure that’s tailored just for you!

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what to expect

Personalization

We focus on YOUR goals. Our team of professional ukulele teachers will ensure that you’re hitting them in no time!

Convenience

Choose your location: at home, an instructor’s home studio near you in Calgary, or learn to play ukulele online! No more rush hour commutes to the music studio.

Safe & Qualified Instructors

Rest easy. Your ukulele instructor has passed a thorough background check and holds a music degree, diploma, or RCM education.

No Contracts or Agreements

We get it, things change! That’s why we have no long term or semester agreements. Take your ukulele lessons as long as you’d like!

Giving Back

$10 from every new registration goes straight to YESS. Assisting less fortunate youth (aged 15-21) with support and housing.

faq

What are the different types of ukuleles, and how do they differ in size, tone, and playability?

Ukuleles vary in size, each with distinct tones and playability. Soprano ukuleles are small with a bright tone, great for beginners and Hawaiian music. Concert ukuleles have a fuller sound and more fret space, ideal for performances.

Tenor ukuleles give you more resonance and projection, so you get that fuller, richer sound. Baritone ukuleles produce a deep, mellow tone like classical guitars, suitable for larger hands or diverse playing styles. These options cater to different preferences and styles.

Do you provide ukuleles for students to use during lessons, or do they need to bring their own?

Students should bring their own ukuleles to lessons, as it’s crucial for effective practice and progress. If you are unsure about purchasing a Ukulele, we can offer recommendations or guidance on purchasing or budget friendly renting options if needed, ensuring you have a suitable instrument to get started. This ensures full engagement and maximizes the learning experience.

What genres of music do your ukulele lessons cover, and can I request specific songs or styles to learn?

Definitely! Feel free to tell us your favorite songs, and we’ll make sure to include them in your lessons. Our instructors are flexible and accommodating, tailoring lessons to meet the individual needs and interests of each student.

Whether you have a specific song on the ukulele that you’ve been eager to learn or want to explore a particular genre or playing style, we’re here to help you achieve your musical goals. Just let us know your preferences, and we’ll work together to create a lesson plan that suits you.

What is the duration and frequency of ukulele lessons?

We offer weekly music lessons in 30-minute, 45-minute, and 60-minute durations. We recommend 30 minutes for ages 4-8, 45 minutes for ages 9-12, and 60 minutes for ages 13 and up. The lesson times are all set up to match the attention spans and stages of development for different age groups, so everyone can have the best learning experience possible within their budget. You can even customize how long your lessons are later down the road if you think you would benefit from some extra time!

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Private Ukulele Lessons

30-minutes

online OR
instructors home
$37/lesson
In-Home
$43/lesson

Discounts available for multiple students in the same home and lessons beyond 60-minutes! One-time registration fee of $49 per family, only due upon the second lesson.

45-MINUTES​

online OR
instructors home
$43/lesson
In-Home
$53/lesson

Discounts available for multiple students in the same home and lessons beyond 60-minutes! One-time registration fee of $49 per family, only due upon the second lesson.

60-minutes

online OR
instructors home
$53/lesson
In-Home
$63/lesson

Discounts available for multiple students in the same home and lessons beyond 60-minutes! One-time registration fee of $49 per family, only due upon the second lesson.

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WHY LEARN THE UKULELE?

AFFORDABILITY

Ukuleles are available at various price points, including budget-friendly options, making them accessible to a wide range of people. Whether you’re just starting out or looking to upgrade, there’s a ukulele out there for every budget and preference.

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Ukulele Lessons in Calgary

ACCESSIBILITY

The ukulele’s pretty easy to pick up compared to a bunch of other instruments, which is why it’s such a cool choice for folks of any age or skill level. Whether you’re a beginner or more experienced, the ukulele offers a fun and accessible way to dive into the world of music.

PERSONAL EXPRESSION

Playing the ukulele lets you really express yourself and get creative, whether you’re sharing your feelings or telling stories through music. Maybe even play and sing! It’s a wonderful way to connect with others and share your unique voice with the world.

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Ukulele Lessons

PORTABILITY

The ukulele is a highly portable instrument, making it easy to carry around and play wherever you go, whether it’s during your online ukulele lessons, the beach, or around a campfire. Its compact size and lightweight design ensure you can bring your music anywhere your adventures take you.

Contact us

Ready to become the ukulele player you’ve always imagined? Contact us now for the best ukulele lessons Calgary has to offer. Our roster of highly skilled and passionate music teachers are here to make music education fun!

Interested in learning your favourite strumming patterns? Need to brush up on those dreamy ukulele chords? We’ve got you covered.

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