Photographs by Lucy Anderson, Jane Chapman-Klein and Kai Luginbuhl
Over 500 people gathered for Uschool’s 8th annual — and biggest ever! — Uke Day Celebration. Here are some highlights.
Doane Uschool provides students in grades 4-12 with highest quality music education, regardless of their financial circumstances.
To support our amazing growth (we now serve over 500 students in 18 schools), we became incorporated in 2014 and are now a registered charity. (Business Number: 81006 2372 RR0001)
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Juno-Award winning musician Melanie Doane has been taking her talents from the stage to the classroom. Her instrument of choice? The ukulele. Melanie Doane joins Steve Paikin for more on this under-appreciated instrument.
Melanie and her daughter Rosie join host Nana aba Duncan to talk about using the ukulele to introduce young people to music. listen here:
Check out some highlights from our biggest Uke Day so far!
Uke Day 2016 in 60 seconds. Thank you to all that made this record-setting event possible!