The Ukulele: Small But Mighty
May 4 & 5 – Parrsboro, Nova Scotia
Master musician Manitoba Hal will give you a template for hundreds of songs, show you tricks and riffs, and teach you the skills to make your ukulele come alive.
For over 15 years, Canadian blues artist Manitoba Hal has been forging a career as one of the country’s most preeminent roots and blues multi-instrumentalists. With 14 recordings under his own name and appearances on countless others, guitarist, ukulele master and singer-songwriter Manitoba Hal is a musical renaissance man.
During his career, Manitoba Hal has proven that the ukulele may be small, but in his hands, it is mighty, when he pulls out those powerful riffs and melodies adding background beats with looping technology showcasing the blues in all its passion and groove. His approach to playing is simple –just a brilliant understanding of the music, the mood and his audience. Hal is an in demand workshop leader, headlining and teaching at festivals and ukulele clubs around the world.
“If you love, country, blues, folk, gospel, cajun, and celtic, music then you’re going to love Manitoba Hal!” (Brian Mcghee: Keep Ukulele Playing Live)
“A charming pro that holds his own against time and tide in fine style, it’s easy to say this is as good as white boy blues gets.” (Midwest Record.com – Jan 12, 2017)
Manitoba Hal: A Virtuoso Musician who loves to teach
Course Dates: May 4 & 5
Class Size: 12 Experience Level: Beginners to Intermediate, but advanced are welcome and will have plenty to do!
For further information, please contact:
Parrsboro Creative 151 Main St, Parrsboro, NS 902-728-2007 / firstname.lastname@example.org
World-class instruction ♦ Awe-inspiring locations
on the phenomenal Bay of Fundy