The Kapiti Primary School Senior Ukulele Group perform ‘Santa Claus is Coming to Town’. They have been playing for eight months now have have become very good players. View ‘Santa Claus is Coming to Town’ below.
Recently the Kapiti School Ukulele Group performed at the local mall known as Coastlands, and one of the songs they played was ‘Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer’. So on Monday some of the group members recorded Rudolph on video to share. The boys have been playing for eight months now have have become very proficient players. View ‘Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer’ below.
We feature a fellow kid ukulele player across the ditch (the gap between New Zealand and Australia) in Tasmania (part of Australia). Her name is Jemimah and she is 12 years old. She is playing ‘When you wore a tulip’, by Jack Mahoney and Percy Weinrich written in 1914. I’m sure you’ll agree that she does a great job, and dad’s not too bad at singing either 😉
View Jemimah and her dad playing ‘When You Wore a Tulip’ in the video below.
Do you need to replace your strings on your ukulele? If so the easy to follow video (a kid’s words, not mine) below demonstrates how to do it.
Haere Mai is a Maori song of welcome, performed by the Kapiti School Junior Ukulele Group. They have been taught by my colleague Richard Bamlett. I’m sure you’ll agree they do a great job. Watch them perform it by viewing the video below.
A school production is a great place to share a school ukulele group’s playing abilities. Recently, Kapiti Primary School held their school production and the school’s junior and senior ukulele groups both performed. Members of the junior ukulele group range in age from 5 to 8 year old. They have been playing for five months.
The junior ukulele group led by Richard Bamlett played:
- Row Your Boat
- Found a Peanut
- Five Little Monkeys
They played great – good job! Watch their performance below:
The Kapiti Primary School Senior Ukulele group perform Five Foot Two. Take a look and leave a positive comment.