Have you always wanted to learn to play a new instrument, but you felt overwhelmed and uncertain about how to get started? Believe it or not, the ukulele is the perfect instrument to learn for the first time, at any age. This introductory uke class, led by Kaileigh Anne Tayek, Director of the Schools of Arts & Health at Central Florida Community Arts (CFCArts), provides an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of both ukulele – such as tuning, hand positions, chord fingertips, and strumming patterns – and reading music. Best of all, you’ll learn to play in a relaxed and encouraging atmosphere. Ukuleles will be provided for this lesson, so just bring yourself and your willingness to learn a new skill!
Space is limited for this program, so be sure to save your spot early!
This program is presented by Kaileigh Anne Tayek and hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
Canceling Your Reservation: If you are unable to attend a program, canceling your reservation gives us an accurate count of how many to expect; for sold-out programs, canceling your reservation also allows someone on the waitlist to attend in your place. Cancelling can be done in two easy ways: by calling 407.644.2492 and selecting Option 1, then Option 3 to speak to a representative or by using the online ticket cancellation option in your original confirmation email from Eventbrite.
About Your Presenter
Kaileigh Anne Tayek is the Director of School of Arts & Health at Central Florida Community Arts. With a degree in Music Education from Bowling Green State University, Kaileigh Anne has had diverse experiences working with students of all ages. She has over 13 years’ experience in music education, in addition to credits in directing, pit conducting, stage-managing, and multi-disciplinary curriculum design. Her passion for the arts began at 2 years old and has translated to a professional career committing to arts equity for all. She is most passionate about writing arts curriculum for students with varying abilities. She is the designer of CFCArts’ UpBeat! Program which was just awarded the 2020 International Hamilton Arts & Innovation Award through the National Organization for Arts in Health (NOAH). Kaileigh Anne is a proud advocate on the topic of Arts Accessibility presenting at conferences across the nation.