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  • Several students of all ages sit at a table playing ukuleles
  • Meghan Martin, a white woman in her 20s, stands against a gold backdrop and wears an emerald green shirt. She holds a tenor ukulele over her shoulder.
  • Two adult students strum their ukuleles at a folding plastic table with sheet music and lyrics in front of them.

Ukulele Classes

The Center currently offers two levels of ukulele instruction for anyone looking to learn how to play or sharpen their uke skills!


Beginner Ukulele ClassRegister now!

Aug. 28, Sep. 4, 11, 18, 25, 2024, 8:00-8:45PM

Never played the ukulele but want to learn? This class is for you!

In this skills-based course, students will learn basic strums and chords by focusing on a new song each week. Students may remain in this group until they feel confident to move on to General Ukulele.


General Ukulele Class – currently full

This class is for anyone who already plays the ukulele. The focus of this activity-based class will be on learning new songs and talking about different ways to interpret and perform them. This class will provide students an opportunity to expand their ukulele repertoire. Students may remain in this class until they feel confident to move on to Advanced Ukulele.


Advanced Ukulele Class – currently full

This class is for ukulele musicians who want to delve deeper into chords and improvising. The focus of this class will be on learning a song each week using different strumming patterns, chord melodies, and basic scales.


To be placed on a waitlist for upcoming classes, email


Classes recommended for ages 14 and up.


Please bring your Soprano, Concert, or Tenor ukulele tuned to gCEA.
If you have any issues with tuning, the instructor will tune your ukulele for you the first night of class.

About the Instructor

Meghan Cristeen Martin has drawn comparisons to classic country stars of decades past. Her music has been featured on various Indiana radio stations including WFYI: Indianapolis Public Radio, WQRT 99.1 FM Indianapolis, and WTTS FM 92.3. Meghan has released solo and full band records, collaborated with various Indiana based musicians, opened shows for international touring musicians, and has sold out her own headlining shows in Indianapolis.

Meghan has been teaching private ukulele lessons for 4 years. She also teaches students with and without disabilities via two different nonprofits in Indianapolis.



For more information, contact Julia Shildmyer at 317.819.3516 or