Victoria Vox Uke Workshop & Concert
Workshop: June 27th 6:00PM to 7:15PM
Concert: June 27th 7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
Victoria Vox (née Victoria Davitt) is a singer/songwriter and musician who was raised in Green Bay, WI. Victoria got her start in music picking up the guitar at age 17 and a year later she enrolled at Berklee College of Music in Boston. She returned home after graduation and started a group, Tres Femmes, which saw her begin to experiment with ukulele. The uke quickly became her primary instrument and she released her first album of ukulele music in 2006. As a self-taught uke player, she brought her own influences to the traditional sound of ukulele, as well as incorporating mouth trumpet. She has been featured on film and television and performs over 100 times each year. Victoria recently signed an exclusive contract with Kala and continues to write, record, and perform all over the world.
Workshop - MAKING SENSE OF THE FRETBOARD: This is an intermediate level workshop about making sense of chords, movable shapes, dumbing down "complicated" chords... and making the instrument more playable! Basic music theory made easy. Counting on your fingers is totally acceptable (we’ll only go to 7!). Learn how to move from major to minor, and add color. We’ll get inside diminished chords, augmented chords, and suspended chords, so that you don’t have be afraid of them anymore!
Date: Wednesday, June 27th
Workshop: 6PM - 7:15PM
Concert 7:30PM - 8:45PM
Cost: $15 for the workshop, $15 for the concert, $25 for both