Virtual Ukestra Spring 2021

This is a differentiated Ukulele Orchestra (Ukestra for short) for  students to get together and learn to play in a structured ensemble focused on note-reading while deepening their musicality.  The material will accommodate players with at least one year of note-reading experience and beyond.   Arrangements will be made available after registration and will also be viewable in Soundslice.  Highly recommended for those who want more ukulele music in their lives!  Materials include music in standard notation and tablature for Low-G ukulele and bass. Our ever-expanding repertoire includes classical, rock, original compositions, jazz and more.  Cost is $300/semester ($200 Early Bird Price) and includes access to our digital library, Soundslice files, and more!

Spring 2021 repertoire includes selections from the Jackson 5, Max Richter, Jay Ungar and more! Each arrangement is curated to accommodate players at multiple levels and includes High-G, Low-G and bass parts in standard notation and tablature. Baritone parts available on some tunes.

Sign Up Now! $200

Early Bird Pricing through 12/15/20
- Saturdays 11am -12:30pm
- 1/30 - 4/17  OFF 3/6 & 4/10
DEADLINE for current members to sign up 12/15/20


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$200.00

Early Bird Pricing through 12/15/20

  • Saturdays 11am -12:30pm
  • 1/30 - 4/17 OFF 3/6 & 4/10

DEADLINE for current members to sign up 12/15/20

This is a virtual, differentiated ukulele orchestra (Ukestra for short) for students to get together and learn to play in a structured ensemble focused on note-reading. Technique tips, musicality and music theory is woven throughout the tunes each semester.

$200 per semester Early Bird Price through 12/15/2020 $300 starting on 12/16/2020

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Austin Ukestra Repertoire

Ain't No Sunshine.................................Bill Withers

Koto Waves............................................Kevin Carroll

Kulusunda.............................................Trad. African

Greensleeves.......................................Trad. English

Tonight My Sleep Will Be Restless.........Trad. Scottish

Eleanor Rigby....................................Lennon/McCartney

Bolero.......................................................Maurice Ravel

At Last............................................................Etta James

Santa Lucia...................................Neopolitan Boat Song

St. Louis Blues.............................................W.C. Handy

Angeline the Baker.........................Traditional American

Kashmir.....................................................Led Zeppelin

Angel We Have Heard on High..................French Carol

Romance form Symphony no. 85............Joseph Haydn

Izika Zumba..................................................Trad. African

The Man Who Sold the World.....................David Bowie

Strawberry Fields Forever...........................The Beatles

Eleanor Rigby...............................................The Beatles

Summertime..........................................George Gershwin

German Dance.........................................Franz Schubert

Habanera from Carmen..............................Georges Bizet

Si Bheag Si Mhor................................Turlough O'Carolan

The Cuckoo in the Deep Woods......Camille Saint-Saens

Gavotte............................................................G.F. Handel

Yellowbird.....................................Michel Mauléart Monton

Flow Gently, Sweet Afton........Robert Burns/J.E. Spilman

Autumn Leaves...........................................Joseph Kosma

Largo from the New World Symphony...Antonin Dvorak

Kure Blues......................................................Kevin Carroll