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When anyone mentions the city of Dallas, Texas the Ewings and their tumultuous fictional relationships centred around oil is one of the first things that spring to mind. But there is much more to this city than the soap-shenanigans. Cotton is also a major trade here and the city is connected to the rest of the USA by an impressive railway network. In the land of the Stetson and the Boot-scootin’ boogie, the music scene is much more diverse than country-songs and line-dancing as one would expect. Classical music is a favourite in Dallas with several events around and a main, dedicated radio station running 24/7.
Any ukuleles in between all those cowboys? Yes, folks. The Dallas Ukulele Headquarters meets at the Richardson Senior Centre once a week for a beginner’s class and all are welcome. The club was founded in 1998 by Mr Mark Levine and they have reached for the skies ever since. With regular performances for senior, children, churches, temples and other interested groups. The group is headed up by Mark and Kathy and if you’d like to join this bunch of ukulele-outlaws, they can be reached on their Facebook group listed below.
For the more tech-savvy of you out there, the Dallas Ukulele News on Meetup.com posts events, lessons and get togethers of all kinds in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. From festivals, strum sessions and performances these guys have all the info you’ll ever need to keep you and your Bondi Uke in the loop. The Dallas Ukulele News can be reached on the link posted below.
Feel like furthering your ukulele education? The Promethean Studios in Dallas are experts in all things musical and they’ve recently added ukulele lessons to their repertoire. They aim to develop players from all backgrounds and any level, and the good news is that your first lesson is absolutely free! That’s right. No commitment or strings attached (except for those on your Bondi Uke, of course). If you’d like to specialize in a certain style of playing the Prometheans can help with that as well including modern folk and indie styles. If you’d like to schedule your first free lesson you can contact the studio directly through their website which is listed below.
If one-on-one lessons sound more like your forte, then Mr Preston Nogar might just be the man you’re looking for. Preston has been playing the ukulele for over ten years and has performed live in churches in the Dallas area as well as contributing to the success of local rock cover-bands. Preston travels as well so you can strum your Bondi Uke in the comfort of your own home, under supervision of course. You can contact Preston through his website which is listed below.
Looks like there’s only one thing left for you and your Bondi uke to do – strap your boots on, don your Stetson and hit the streets of Dallas, where all of your ukulele aspirations lay in wait.
Keep strumming, all!
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