Reno, NV (PRWEB) November 23, 2013
The ukulele is enjoying yet another resurgence in popularity in the United States. A versatile and sweet sounding instrument, the ukulele is extraordinarily fun to play. More and more mainstream musicians are turning to the ukulele to help diversify their catalog, with Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder recently releasing an entire album of ukulele songs. But perhaps it is another feature of the ukulele that is the reason for its increased popularity: The ukulele is an incredibly simple instrument to learn and play.
The ukulele is an instrument that features four strings, and comes in a variety of sizes, with soprano, concert, tenor and baritone being the most commonly produced. The difference in size and construction creates variances in tone and volume, but regardless of the ukulele's design, the sound is absolutely unmistakable. The ukulele is most often associated with Hawaiian culture, with the advent of the instrument coming around the turn of the 20th century.
The ukulele is a very simple instrument to learn how to play. Many of the chords featured in popular ukulele songs require only one or two fingers to play, but that does not mean the ukulele is without it nuances and subtleties. There is a big difference between the ability to play some simple chords and being a complete ukulele player. The Aria School of Music in Reno, Nevada can help anyone who is interested in becoming an expert ukulele player achieve this goal.
By offering classes and private lessons, students are able to learn from a staff that is very experienced in ukulele play and instruction. Whether a student has never played an instrument before or is an expert guitar player, the Aria School of Music has something to offer any student. There are a number of very cost friendly options available to prospective students, with group lessons, basic private lessons and advanced private lesson all valuable options.
By enlisting the assistance of the Aria School of Music, students will learn how to play the ukulele exceptionally well. They will also be exposed to a fun and exciting atmosphere, where many ukulele players gather to play together frequently. The ukulele is a simple instrument with humble beginnings, but above all, it is an absolute joy to play.
Aria School of Music & Art
3941 S. McCarran Blvd, Reno, NV 89502