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This course is intended for beginners and intermediate students who want to cover the ins and outs of playing the ukulele.  

Lenny rolls out songs and techniques in an easy progression.  You'll be jamming right from the start, and by the end of three weeks you'll have strums, riffs and songs that you can take with you wherever you go!


June 19th - July 3rd

  • Outdoor kickoff: Saturday, June 19th, 10:30 am - noon in Albany, CA

  • Zoom check-in: Thursday, June 24th, 5:15pm - 6:15pm online

  • Zoom check-in: Thursday, July 1st, 5:15pm - 6:15pm online

  • Outdoor finale: Saturday, July 3rd, 10:30am - noon in Albany, CA

Exact location will be shared after registration. 


Please bring a ukulele to the first class. Lenny wrote a guide to purchasing one

Covid Precautions

Our in-person activities will take place outdoors, with about 4 people per picnic table. We will also have some folding chairs that can be placed at a distance. We recommend wearing a mask (masks are required for unvaccinated participants in accordance with CDC guidelines). 


Please let us know if you need wheelchair or other accommodations by emailing

3 weeks, 4 classes
15 - 30 people
Beginner & Intermediate
Ukulele Intensive

Come jam with us as you learn to create music on the Ukulele. This hybrid journey meets outdoors for the first and last classes, with two zoom classes in-between.

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Lenny San Jose

Lenny, aka Ukulenny, is an ukulele performer and educator based in Oakland, CA. He received his training at UC Berkeley (B.A. in Music) and earned his teaching credential at Cal State East Bay. After teaching music in public schools for 5 years, he made the leap to becoming a full-time musician, performing and leading workshops. An avid multi-instrumentalist, Lenny grew up playing piano and writing songs on his guitar. He played cello in the high school orchestra and saxophone in the Cal Band. In 2009 he fell in love with the ukulele and found it to be the easiest and most fulfilling instrument to teach. He appreciated that it was a very sociable instrument that didn’t take itself too seriously, and that people enjoyed playing the ukulele in large groups. He started his ukulele career on the BART train and eventually was leading commenters in song. His YouTube channel has since gained over 75,000 subscribers and 9.9 million views. A sponsored Kala Artist, he spearheaded the Learn to Play Program on Kala’s website and app, and continues to preach the ukulele gospel nationwide.

What past attendees have to say

New students get 25% off with code hello25

Relaxing from the start

You don’t need to spend weeks learning technique before using art to unwind. Journeys have opportunities for creative flow right from the start, at any skill level. 

In our pilot...

75% of participants reported a reduction in stress

Make real progress

Once you join a creative journey, we make the rest easy with a structured program. Keep moving forward with interactive instruction, lots of practice prompts and quick answers to your blocking questions. 

In our pilot...

86% felt challenged to grow and become a better person

Experience it together

You gain more motivation and perspective when you learn with others in our small discussion groups. Share the ups and downs of learning something new with people who get it. Join us for our finale celebrations!

In our pilot...

75% felt an increased sense of belonging to a community