Jim D’Ville is all ears

(Secret: He uses his hands when he plays by ear)

(Secret: He uses his hands when he plays by ear)

What if you had the courage to leave your lead sheets behind?  Quit staring at that piece of paper- you already know the words, you know how the song goes- you can feel it!  Jim’s the man lead you to the revelation that you can play the ukulele BY EAR!

a tin full o' beans- Jim's home on wheels.

a tin full o’ beans- Jim’s home on wheels.

Jim’s been roaming the USA in his airstream spreading the good news and is just about to ship off for a tour or Australia, but before he goes he’s coming to McCabes Saturday, March 1 to teach the Weekend Ukulele Warriors how to ear up.  Jim’s humor and enthusiasm match his musicianship.  Join him in this fun and practical workshop whether you are just learning or already know it all.

Jim D’Ville is a music educator and facilitator who is on a mission to get ukulele players off the paper and playing music by ear. He has taught his Play Ukulele By Ear workshops to thousands of players in the United States, Canada and Australia. Jim is the author of the Play Ukulele By Ear DVD series and hosts the popular Play Ukulele By Ear website (http://PlayUkuleleByEar.com).

“A fabulous, logical and freeing way to approach music.”

Play Ukulele By Ear (All Levels)
Get the most out of your ukulele experience by learning to listen. This entertaining and informative workshop will give you the tools you need to tap into your innate musical abilities. Playing by ear is easy, fun, and it will propel your understanding of how music works to a new level. This workshop will make you a better listener and student! All skill levels welcome, however, knowledge of basic chord shapes (C F G7) is helpful.

Don’t forget to fill out the slip of paper to be drawn the following week so YOU can win a travel tenor ukulele from our fabulous sponsor, KALA Brand!

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