For years, we have serviced Savannah and all regional areas of Georgia State with our quality instruments and accessories.
Strolling down the streets of Savannah, Georgia it’s easy to get mesmerized by the cobblestone roads, the abundance of open parks and notable historical structures. In the early days this quaint city was a very strategic port city during the American Civil War and today it serves as an industrial midpoint among the rich cultural and artistic backdrop. Jazz and music festivals are prominent here and the Coastal Jazz Association puts on regular shows in addition to hosting the annual Savannah Jazz Festival which attracts thousands of tourists from around the globe. Classical music also has a strong foothold with the Savannah Philharmonic and Youth Orchestras entertaining locals and visitors alike on steady occasions.
Is there space for your Bondi Uke in Savannah? Why yes. The Armstrong Ukulele Club is one of the many groups making sure of that. Music students from the Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern University heads this ensemble up and provides lessons and much more. They meet up once a month (at pre-determined dates) at the Sentient Bean in downtown Savannah and all are welcome. They cater to all levels of proficiency so don’t be worried if you’re fresh on the ukulele path. The Armstrong Club can be reached at the link listed below.
If it’s private lessons you’re after, look no further than Mr Turner Horton. Turner runs the Tybee Surf School in addition to teaching the ukulele. After spending seven years in Hawaii he’s picked up some mad skills, not only on the surfboard but on the Uke as well and he’s happy to share. You can find Turner on his website listed below.
“Savannah Ukulele” is a get together for like-minded ukesters in the downtown area. The group is headed up by Adam and they love bringing music lovers together. In the company of these folks you can enter a highly social environment of ukulele aficionados, have a laugh, strum your Bondi Uke to your heart’s content and gain some valuable knowledge about the Savannah ukulele scene. This group can be reached through their website or Facebook page, both of which are listed below.
Cast your net a bit wider towards Atlanta, Georgia and you’ll come across dozens of ukulele clubs and groups just waiting for new arrivals, so if you feel like taking a trip Atlanta is definitely another option.
For those who like to keep their options close to home it sure looks like there are plenty of options available from group strumming to private lessons in the comfort of your own home, Savannah is making the mark for the ukulele in a big way. What are you waiting for? Pack your Bondi Uke and explore the lively and interesting streets of Savannah, where your uke dreams have no limits. If the Jazz and Classical music scene is anything to go by, the good people of Savannah are sure to take kindly to the ukulele revolution fuelled by the efforts of all the groups and individuals we’ve met today.
Keep strumming, all!
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