February 20, 2016 · 1:00pm

February 20, 2016
From 1 – 6 p.m.
At Tellus360 
(Map)
24 E King St, Lancaster, PAUkulele Logo



Lovers of the ukulele:We’ll be strumming, singing, and jamming all afternoon on February 20.
Bring an ukulele, bring a voice, and join us for our first Harmonic Convergence
Clubs from East, South and Central Pennsylvania, and individuals from all over will be attending.

Learn some new songs or new ways to play old songs.  Show us what you’ve got and pick up a few tricks from others.

All levels are welcome.  If you have a song to share, bring some copies.  If you just want to join in, feel free.  The uke is an instrument of love and inclusion.  There will be no charge to enter.  Just share with us and enjoy the day.

The day will include off the cuff jams, where individuals may share a song or two with whomever they choose.  We’ll also have a more organized jam where songs will be played by everyone from a central chart.  And there will be a mid-afternoon show for each participating club or group to introduce itself and, if they choose, perform a short set of material on the Tellus stage.

If you’re a part of a group, join us with your group.  If you’re an individual uker, join us by yourself.  If you’re just a singer, we can always use voices.  The focus is on the playing and sharing of music via the ukulele.

Individuals may just show up that day.  Groups or clubs, please contact the organizers via
uke.rise@gmail.com


We look forward to:

– A Mega Uke Group Jam Play-Along Sing-Along!
– Group Performances (possibly with group introductions)/Open Mic*
– Some Tech Tips/Running a Group Tips
– Working on a Song or two (such as a great strum or interesting, lesser-seen chords)
– A Uke Group Networking Table where all groups can display their group’s info.
Songs To Be Performed:
Groups and individuals will submit their song choices to the Harmonic Convergence organizers (uke.rise@gmail.com) to prevent song duplication.This gives everyone a chance to see different groups’ style, method & type of music/songs they play.Either each group will have time to give a brief introduction: where & when they play; what types of music they play; how their group playing is led; how they make their info and music available; any upcoming big events, and so on…
…or
if a great number of groups come, they can provide all this info on their flyer & handouts displayed on the Uke Groups Table. Groups, prepare your handouts!