The Dukes will be performing around Cleveland on international Make Music Day this Thursday 21st June. Look out for us roaming after 12 o’clock in Bloomfield St. Make Music Day is a worldwide day to celebrate singing, playing and enjoying music making.
Everyone is looking forward to our big Uke Jam Day on Saturday 16th June at the Binary Music Studio. We hope you can join us starting at 9am with the Big Uke Jam singalong, including guest groups and the fabulous Vic Kena performing and leading part of the Jam.
At noon, we are breaking for lunch across the road at laBella Italian, with fine food and good music to keep us going, then afternoon workshops from 2:30pm to finish off the day.
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See you there!
The Dukes performance group is looking forward to their performance this Saturday 19th May at 4pm in support of the Cancer Council’s fundraiser – Relay for Life. Join us at the Cleveland Showgrounds and support the walkers in this annual event – your donation will be greatly appreciated.
Owing to the Kenilworth Uke Fiesta being on this weekend, there will be no Advanced Class this Saturday morning (21st April).
Our RCU’s group are looking forward to their performance at Kenilworth on Sunday 22nd at 11am.
We are all looking forward to our Dukes of Uke performance at the Redland Museum’s Heritage & Harmony Fiesta on 18th March. This free event is a celebration of multiculturalism and includes dancing, singing and foods from around the world. Our 30 minute set commences at 11:15am and we’re all excited to be part of this event.
Our first few weeks of 2018 classes are showing what great potential we have for a bumper year this year. Keep up the good work and have a great time with all the new songs and playing skills we will be learning.
Wishing all our friends a happy and safe Christmas and New Year. We are back on board for more uke fun starting on Thursday 11th January 2018.
Keep on strumming!
On Thursday 19th October, the Kaumaakonga Group came to Cleveland and entertained uke enthusiasts at the Binary Music Studio. Everyone enjoyed listening to their traditional songs of the Solomon Islands. The group leader, Wilson explained some of their history and got our uke players to join in playing some of their unique songs. Kaumaakonga will be performing at Stradbroke’s Island Vibe Festival from 26th to 29th October.
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