Details and location (from Scotland to up to and excluding London)


SCOTLAND — see  right

Rob MacKillop

Edinburgh . Tel: 0131 343 2195. Teaches ukulele. Nine books published by Mel Bay Publications. Websites: http://RobMacKillop.net and a teaching site: www.GuitarLessonsEdinburgh.com 

Finlay Allison

I teach ukulele on Monday nights at Stow College Glasgow for Glasgow Fiddle Workshop.  Teaching by ear, playing together.  Private lessons available.  I also run 'Come and Try' Sessions at Celtic Connections at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (four planned for this January). Email mt_finlayallison@yahoo.co.uk  0141-946-2665   07973 769 099. Website http://finlayallison.com/ At the Glasgow Fiddle Workshop: Mondays at 7.30, Stow College Glasgow. 3 classes: Absolute Beginners, Improvers, Intermediate.  Check website for dates: http://www.glasgowfiddle.org.uk/

Campbell Murray MSc; BSc; FRICS; MCIArb

Mobile Guitar, Saxophone & Ukulele Lessons – Lanarkshire, Scotland. Professional Guitar/Saxophone Tutor with over 30 years playing experience,  Available in Motherwell, Bellshill, Hamilton, Airdrie, Coatbridge,Wishaw, Lanark and & the surrounding areas .All styles (although I play mainly Pop/Rock), all ages and ability levels taught. Member of Registry of Guitar Tutors. Examination preparation and coaching for RGT / Rockschool available. Member of the Musicians Union. Phone enquiries 01698 290525 or 0775 468 4911 or send me a text. I am a Local Authority Approved Guitar Teacher. I also offer SQA help for Scottish Standard Grade Music Exams. I teach both Electric & Acoustic Guitar (similar) .I can also teach Alto Sax to intermediate level. Bass Guitar Lessons also offered. I can also bring along spare guitars for lessons. Baritone & Soprano Ukulele also taught. Full CRB Enhanced Disclosure Scotland & excellent references.email campbell@quantity.freeserve.co.uk


Ellie Jamieson

Ukulele class - all welcome. Every Friday 12noon til 1pm drop in class
Newcastle City library.
and just to contact me for further details - info@elliejamieson.com


Phil Doleman

Derbyshire. Phil teaches ukulele, guitar and bass an your own home. Lessons are individually tailored to suit your needs and level from strumming simple songs to more advanced techniques and fingerstyle. Contact phil_doleman@hotmail.com  site: www.phildoleman.co.uk

Pete Shaw

Pete Shaw, 13 Church St, Haconby, Bourne, PE10 0UJ, 01778 571563
   www.peteshaw.co.uk   pete@peteshaw.co.uk

Andy Chadwick

Ripley, Derbyshire. I teach from my own studio which is in Ripley. From there I teach guitar from begginers to advanced, incorporating both the guitar registry and rockschool grades, bass, drums & now the UKULELE which a fantastic & fun instrument to play. You can contact me for further information at aa.chadwick@virgin.net

Ben Farmer

Lancaster.  I'm a full time music teacher, with PGCE and a degree in popular music, but teach ukulele and other instruments (accordion, melodeon) on the weekends.  Experienced in large group, small group and individual tuition.  Will take you through the ukulele grades if required. benfarmer93@gmail.com

David Gardner

based in Preston Lancashire, my website is www.teach-guitar-preston.co.uk  I do private uke tuition and I also teach in some local schools as well. Fully CRB checked etc - very reasonable rates too. d.gardner793@talktalk.net

Mark Ferraby

Leicestershire and beyond Mark Ferraby teaches individuals, small groups and classes in schools and a wide variety of settings. CRB and liability insurance is held through his company Little Red Truck. He is also a third of the La Bella Ensemble www.labellaband.co.uk  as well as providing instruments through www.ukesuk.com  . Check out other projects and contacts through www.littleredtruck.co.uk  

Go Ukulele Crazy with Joanna Stevenson

Community Groups and Workshops. I especially love teaching community groups in the Staffordshire area and have progressed over 300 players to being musicians from a standing start since I started Go Ukulele Crazy in January 2011.  The Community Sessions run during the day and evenings to suit all lifestyles.  This is the best hobby, It enables you to be creative, meet people and, if you wish, perform at local events.  Please see my websitewww.goukulelecrazy.co.uk. Call me on 01283 790109 or e-mail me ongoukulelecrazy@gmail.com and come and join the fun.

David Faitala

Based in Manchester. David is a professional teacher of guitar and ukulele. Classically trained and a former lecturer in guitar at Leeds College of Music, David teaches in a range of styles. Suitable for complete beginners of any age to professionals looking for further development. Based in the Withington area davidfaitala@gmail.com

Colin Tribe FRSA, FVCM

Tel 01636 700411 colinrtribe@btinternet.com—website: http://www.the-musical-ukulele.com/  All styles and abilities available through a Skype link or in person (Newark, Nottinghamshire) specializing in solo fingerstyle playing, maybe to prepare for  the VCM Ukulele Exam I devised. Tutor Books and Videos also available. I will also travel for group sessions and have done workshops at The Cheltenham Uke Festival, for Faber Books and U3A groups. You can watch over 550 performances on my Youtube channel ranging from Jazz to Bollywood, Beatles to Beethoven, all of which have Music & tabs available. Printed books published by Schott’s (Folk Tunes) and by Lyndsay Music (Melody playing)

Jon Bennett

Oxfordshire.    I teach individuals and small groups at my home in Oxford, but I also run residential workshops around the country, often with other tutors. Each lesson is followed by a dedicated free ‘reminder’ video. I also do Skype lessons. I’ve been a teacher for 25 years, mostly for those wishing to accompany themselves singing (yes, I can help with that also!). I’m a registered RGT teacher. Contact Jon.Bennett@dsl.pipex.com 01865 769206. Site: www.ukuleleoxford.com



Tony Coaker

Tony is based in Luton, Bedfordshire. He’s an ABRSM diploma qualified instrumental tutor & multi-instrumentalist with a special interest in teaching the Ukulele. He is experienced in teaching beginners from scratch and helping more experienced players with music theory. Teaching covers basic strumming, chord vocabulary, rhythm/timing & melody playing. And later can cover finger picking, solo playing and the execution of techniques like the roll and split stroke. Teaching can cover other types of Ukulele like Baritone and U-Bass. Also the different styles of music that can be played - Blues Uke, Traditional Hawaiian etc.  He is CRB checked. Email adcoaker@hotmail.com

David Warren

Dave Warren is an experienced ukulele teacher based in Chelmsford, Essex. He has been teaching the uke regularly for many years and is also leader of the successful ukulele band D'Ukes who have performed at many clubs and theatres in London, the South East and even the Czech Republic. Lessons are 25 per hour or 15 per half hour.
For more information contact me on 01245 262131,  07790 452820 
or by email davidwarren202@hotmail.com
Dave also presents an evening show including humorous anecdotes, learning new techniques, useful tips and advice, a performance and jam session. Book Dave if you would like him to visit your club or group."

Steven Sproat

Please take a look at:  www.stevensproat.com

  Ukulele Workshops in Scotland 


Fun, friendly and affordable tuition is available to anyone (individuals or groups) who would like to learn to play the delightful, fashionable, happy sounding ukulele.

We specialise in 'strum and sing' workshops, courses and lessons.

Ukulele Workshops in Scotland offer absolute and advanced beginner courses (each one consisting of five or six one hour lessons) and our unique 'Ukulele Jam - Teach' sessions to groups of between 15 - 20 students.  One-to-one tuition is also available.

We also deliver training for teachers and initial teacher training students (including non-music specialists) to equip them to teach the ukulele in classroom and extra curricular contexts.
Ukulele Workshops in Scotland can also tailor-make energising team building sessions for corporate clients.

We also offer 'Uke'n Try Ukulele'.  Essentially a taste of the 'Uke Factor', it will leave you, and any other participants, hungry for more.

Ukulele Workshops in Scotland can provide all the ukuleles for use in teacher training sessions, school visits and workshops.  So, being 'uke-less' need not prevent you from getting involved!