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Online Ukulele Lessons Information

Our online ukulele lessons are open to beginner, intermediate, and advanced students of all ages. Our teachers work with you on the day and time of your choosing for you to enjoy lessons in the comfort of your own home. All Lessons are taught in English.

Join the Conservatory to start online ukulele lessons any time of the year. Below is information about what we offer, how to sign up, and valuable resources for beginners.

About the Ukulele

The ukulele, with its bright and cheerful tone, is a small, four-stringed instrument that lends itself to a wide range of musical styles. It is characterized by its ease of playability, portable size, and ability to produce melodic and rhythmic accompaniments, making it an accessible and versatile instrument for musicians of all levels.

The ukulele is an instrument that can be started from approximately 6 years old. We recommend starting with the guitar (if you envision playing guitar as well) and then adding the ukulele as an auxiliary instrument. It is easier to start with guitar and then add the ukulele, not vice versa. It is a fun choice of instrument for beginner teenagers and adults.

Our Teachers

All of our teachers hold university degrees specifically in their instrument. We selected them for their passion for music and care for teaching. They are always encouraging and positive, catering to each student’s interests, desires, and goals. We teach with an “American Approach” to music education with your hands on the instrument from the first day (read our blogpost about the American Approach).

Online Ukulele Lessons Options

We offer 30-minute, 45-minute or 1-hour weekly lessons. Online ukulele lessons take place on the day and time you choose.

What You Will Learn

Online ukulele lessons will include learning the essential chords that form the backbone of countless songs, strumming patterns and techniques, exploring a diverse repertoire, and developing performance skills. If you do not have a ukulele yet, please see the useful resources below.

Styles of Music

All styles of music are taught: classical, pop, jazz, rock, etc.

Introduction Call

Before you sign up, our admissions team is available to speak about your personal musical goals and desires and to answer any questions you may have.


The Conservatory prepares about 25% of our student body for optional ABRSM exams. These exams are not mandatory.

ABRSM exams are designed to motivate students of all levels and ages, giving them realistic goals and tangible rewards for their achievements. Since 1889, ABRSM has provided music teachers and their students with exams and assessments that nurture and evaluate an individual’s performance and progress. To learn the complete details of these exams, please visit www.abrsm.org or read our blog post.

Cours de ukulélé en ligne


  • Ages: from 6 years old to adult
  • Levels: beginner-advanced
  • 30 lessons/year
  • Full Year of Study Starts the 3rd week of September.
  • Late Start: You can begin lessons any time of the year. All fees are prorated to your start date.
  • Short Studies: Choose the “Music Box” sign-up form and purchase just a few lessons

Tuition Fees for 30 Weeks of Lessons

You can choose to pay in 1, 3, or 10 times.

  • 1-hour – 2430€/year
  • 45-minute – 1770€/year
  • 30-minute – 1590€/year

Our Ukulele Teachers

Guitar Teacher Paris Tomasz


Tomasz started his musical education at the age of 7 in Poland, where he was born. From a young age, he was active in his artistic career.
More about this teacher

Useful Resources

  • Buying a Ukulele

    Ukuleles are pretty inexpensive. The price range goes from 20€ to 600€ for more refined instruments.

  • Online Music Store

We recommend:

Sheet Music Direct

  • Other Equipment: Music Stand & Tuner

Students need a music stand for their lessons and to practice. It is best to have a sturdy stand at home. The preferred stand among musicians is

-Manhasset Orchestral 50 (about 80€)

If you prefer a portable stand, we recommend:

-K&M 10810 (about 70€)

Students might need a tuner to tune their ukulele (check with your teacher before buying one)

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