First workshop announcement: learn from the best!

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The Cairns Ukulele Festival is excited and proud to host some of the most popular and respected ukulele instructors in the world! These workshops are set to help you improve your playing and knowledge and help you reach new heights! Due to popular demand, we’ve increased the number of workshops significantly this year. Workshops are capped and always book out so, so once the tickets go on sale mid-March, make sure you book your space as soon as possible! Workshop prices range from $10 to $30.

The workshops will take place Friday 6 July (afternoon) and Saturday 7 July 2012 (morning). Workshop announcements follow artist announcements, so more workshops and session times will be announced the next few months!

Instructor: Aaron Keim

Clawhammer Ukulele (all levels welcome) 1hr
Fingerstyle Ukulele (intermediate to advanced) 1hr
Fiddle Tunes for Ukulele (intermediate to advanced) 1hr

Instructor: Paul Hemmings

Triad Bootcamp (beginner to intermediate) 1.5hrs
Chord Melodies for the Vocally Challenged (intermediate to advanced) 1.5hrs
Diminished Returns (intermediate to advanced) 2 hrs

Instructor: Herb Ohta Jr.

Pick and strum like Herb Ohta Jr. (beginner / intermediate) 1hr
Learn to play ‘Under the Boardwalk’ Herb Ohta Jr. style (beginner / intermediate) 1hr

Instructor: Manitoba Hal

Blues for Everyone (beginner/intermediate) 1 hr
Voodoo Looping Tricks (all levels) 1 hr

 For more information on contents of these workshops, please visit the Workshops 2012 page on our web site.
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About cairnsukulelefestival

The Cairns Ukulele Festival is an annual festival held in Cairns, North Queensland Australia. The festival runs for over a week and comprises a range of events, such as a charity uke art exhibition, tours of the region and concerts by ukulele royalty from around the globe. Venues are on the Great Barrier Reef, in tropical rainforest and have views over the Pacific Ocean. Core festival dates are 3-6 July 2014.

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