Article written by Nicholas - Your Ukulele Teacher

Ukulele lessons for senior

Learn to play the ukulele with my special lessons designed for seniors.

Lorraine during her ukulele lesson
Lorraine, 71, enjoys her ukulele lesson

Am I too old to learn ukulele?

You can wonder if you are too old to start to play ukulele? You think you should have started to play music as a kid?

First and foremost, I'd like to make this point clear:

You are not too old to learn ukulele!

You CAN start learning to play ukulele NOW.

It is not too late. You are not too old!

- Learning ukulele will make you younger!

You'll never be too old to play ukulele.

In fact, you are young, young enough to play ukulele!

Learning ukulele will make you younger! ;-)

It's excellent for your brain, your ears, and for your hands' and fingers' muscles and articulations.

The truth is that it will bring you so much joy, so much fun.

It will bring you so much joy to learn, and so much pride to be able to play some tunes you love.

Is ukulele a good hobby?

Of course ukulele is an excellent hobby!

It's fun, it's creative, it's artsy.

It's excellent for your brain, your heart, your soul!

- The ukulele is excellent for your brain, your heart, your soul!

What age is appropriate for ukulele?

I would say between 4 and 114 is a great age to learn ukulele.

As a matter of fact, as long as you have at least two fingers per hand that you can bend, and opposable thumbs, here you go!

I can help you get into ukulele!

Are you a senior?

I'll make learning ukulele easy and fun!

Over the years, I've had the pleasure of teaching older individuals.

Playing ukulele is a fantastic way to have fun, be creative, and get (back) into music.

Book your first lesson! The first lesson is free.

We'll get to know each other. And I'll teach you some ukulele basics. Things I bet you don't know yet!

Yes, I'd like to get my first lesson free.


Lorraine, 71, enjoys her ukulele lesson Lorraine
Dear Nicholas

Thank you so much for teaching me ukulele.

As a 71 year old Australian woman with some arthritis and definitely with slowing reflexes, there have been a few challenges.

I really appreciate your dedication to understanding my needs and my particular goals in learning the ukulele. You put a lot of preparation into my lessons.

Thank you for your enthusiasm and joy in communicating the fun in learning the instrument.

It is very convenient to be able to learn on an internet based video platform at a time suitable for both of us.

I am very grateful.
- Lorraine
No knowledge of music, I try to learn Ukulele. But the hands did not want to play the left notes separately and the right the rhythm, 🥴, the chord was not made.

With Cédric, I've learned to play with tablatures or (music sheet).

Great, wonderful because I play melodies in front of the family, which really lifted my spirits. I continue to learn in order to play and sing with the grandchildren as well.

Thank you so much
- Helene A.
Nicholas is excellent. He adapts his teaching to the level at which the student plays - Marc, 64
Nicholas, your ukulele teacher

Hey there! Looking for a fun way to strum your way into the world of music?

Well, look no further! I'm Nicholas, your friendly ukulele teacher extraordinaire! With my expertise and a sprinkle of laughter, I'll have you strumming those strings like a pro in no time.

Get ready to unleash your inner musician and embark on a musical journey.

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