Private Lessons: Available on Zoom and other media interfaces.
Learn to play the Ukulele. Be one of the millions of people learning to play this fun instrument.
Jay Nunes offers private ukulele lessons in the Tampa Bay area and Online. Many students have benefited from his classes and can attest to his enthusiasm for the ukulele and supportive style. Even if you've never played a note, Jay will give you the tools you need to start making your own music.
Beginners learn fun and easy chords
Play songs your first lesson
You pick the songs or style of music you want to learn to play
Advanced students learn new cords and strums
Learn to play up the neck and Bar Chords
No music experience is required.
At this time, No Face to Face Lessons are available, But he can offer Zoom, Skype or Face-Time Lessons.. Jay's specialty is students that are brand new to the Ukulele or are looking for the tools to take them musically where they want to go. Jay teaches ukulele chords with proper finger placement, changing from chord to chord, the various ukulele strums and so much more. The focus will be on what your specific musical genre is and Jay teaches the style and songs that you want to play. Jay also does group lessons for those that want to learn the Ukulele with friends and family. Performance preparation for you next family gathering, holiday or office party and open mics. Having fun is the most important part of learning this fantastic instrument.
Workshops: Available on Zoom.
Jay Nunes has been doing work shops for several years for Private events at Ukulele festivals. He can accommodate several different different workshops from;
Strumming patterns on the Ukulele
3 Chord songs (this is a favorite and attendees leave knowing how to play 100’s of songs)
Playing Up the Neck
Right hand techniques
Singing and playing at the same time
Researchers studying the benefits of music have reported that playing a musical instrument on a regular basis can help bring down stress. Studies show that playing an instrument helps in lowering the heart rate and blood pressure, which in turn lowers the stress hormone cortisol, thus making us feel relaxed.