October 24 - December 5, 2022

Mondays | 9:30AM - 10:30AM

Tuition: $140

Registration Ends: 12/5/22

Class Size: 15

Senior Strummers

The Senior Strummers Beginner Fall Session I teaches you how to get around your new ukulele!

In this 7-week session, students will learn the basics: proper posture and strumming technique, the care and feeding of their instrument, and start learning a few songs to sing with friends and family.

Classes meet Mondays from October 24 through December 5 at 9:30am in the Community Room at Arizona Musicfest

No experience reading music or playing ukulele required. Students must provide their own instruments (Concert or Tenor-size Ukuleles recommended, though not required).

Please email musicalive@azmusicfest.org with questions!

Getting Here

Community Room at Arizona Musicfest

7950 E Thompson Peak Pkwy
Scottsdale, AZ 85255

7950 E Thompson Peak Pkwy

7950 E Thompson Peak Pkwy, Scottsdale, AZ 85255, USA

Led By

Kehau Leitz

Kehau Leitz

Kehau Kuhi Leitz started her musical career at an early age, born in Honolulu, HI, with her family as she performed in Luaus led by her grandparents. Her love for music and ukulele motivated her to pursue her Bachelor’s in Music Education with an emphasis in Percussion from the University of Central Florida. She was fortunate to join the Disney World entertaining guests playing percussion and Universal Studios musician group playing xylophone in a cartoon theme band.

Over the years, she’s enjoyed teaching private music lessons and organizing recitals for both kids and adults. Using a method of learning through play where the focus is the process of learning vs. the performance perfection, she identifies the individual’s love for music and meets the students where they are to encourage further improvement. From teaching Frozen, to an Eminem piano medley, to La vie en Rose on the ukulele, her students are consistently thankful with their relationship with music.

As a wife and a mom of 4 kids, it’s her love of music and her students’ experiences that keep her going: “I learned more about music than any other instructor I’ve had”, “music learning is more in-depth than I’m used to”, “I’m learning more than just the chords on the page”, and “it’s so much fun!”