ukulele lessons dubai


Looking for Ukulele lessons in Dubai & Abu Dhabi?

Online & Private Ukulele Lessons

Melodica Music & Dance Center is Dubai & Abu Dhabi most elite music school. We are offering Ukulele classes in Dubai.  We are now proud to offer the Ukulele classes in Abu Dhabi. With a team of highly qualified Ukulele teachers, Ukulele is part of the many music lessons that we offer. We offer Ukulele lessons from kids to adults, beginners to the most experienced ones. The ukulele is a fun and enchanting small guitar like instrument that dates back from the 19th Century as a Hawaiian adaptation of the Portuguese Braguinha or Machête. It gained popularity elsewhere in the United States during the early 20th century and from there spread internationally. There is no denying of the Ukulele charm. The tone and the volume of the ukulele varies with size and its construction . The Ukulele comes in four sizes namely: Soprano ,convert, tenor and the baritone. It’s a great instrument to start with when you are an expert looking for a little variety or just a complete beginner that never played an instrument before.

Reasons to start playing the ukulele:

  • It is easy to learn
  • It is affordable
  • Its portable
  • Its fun and friendly

Play the Ukulele and have fun. Come and visit any Melodica branches near you for more details on our ukulele lessons in Dubai & Abu Dhabi. Start the journey with us !

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There is a growing body of scientific research suggesting that playing and/or learning to play a musical instrument can delay the onset of dementia.

Although research is ongoing, the mental stimulation resulting from playing a musical instrument has been found to build up the "brain reserves", or additional connections between neurons, which increase the resistance to brain deterioration seen in dementia sufferers.

So do your old folks a favour - buy them a beginners ukulele. The benefits in terms of resistance to dementia onset are seen even for beginners, and besides that help, who knows, they might even have fun playing the uke!