Pittsburgh Ukulele Lessons

There’s no doubt about it, playing the uke is a blast! And, it’s tiny size lends itself to everyone from young kids to adults. You will be amazed with the variety of songs you can play once you get a few basic chords and strumming patterns under your belt. Before you know it, you’ll be taking your uke on the road and entertaining yourself as well as friends and family!

Much like Guitar, our ukulele students come to us with different goals in mind. Our teachers are prepared to meet them where they are and teach at a pace that is both age and skill level appropriate. You will pick songs together that keep everyone engaged and progressing in accordance to outlined goals. Learn more about Pittsburgh Ukulele Lessons today!

My daughter has taken voice and guitar lessons for over 4 years. I honestly can't say enough wonderful things.

  • Allison Huggins

I caught some of their students and instructors at a recent performance at Steamworks Creative! They really know how to teach!

  • Kevin Bold

Mara Flannery was born and raised in the Pittsburgh area, and has been involved in music based activities since writing her first song- “Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah Bonessa” (we still don’t know what it means to this day). She became involved in musical theater in middle school and high school, and decided to pursue music as a career. She attended Slippery Rock University as a Voice major where she discovered Music Therapy. This new career path joined her two loves, music and helping others. She graduated from Slippery Rock University in 2017, and completed her music therapy internship at Johns Hopkin’s All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida in 2018. She is now a Board-Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC). When Mara moved back to the Pittsburgh area, she interviewed at Sing Sing Sing! and immediately felt at home. She identifies very strongly with Sing Sing Sing’s message that music and singing are for everyone, and that it‘s purpose is to bring joy, expression, and release into our lives. In private lessons and classes, Mara hopes to foster an atmosphere of acceptance so that students feel that they can truly be themselves, and find their own unique sound. Since joining the Sing Sing Sing! family, Mara has helped the company set up a non-profit called Sing Sing Give! that provides free music activities and Music Therapy to groups in the Pittsburgh area. Mara is very happy to have just celebrated her two year anniversary with Sing Sing Sing! and is excited to help spread it‘s message around the world. Keep singing!

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Lacey Overholt has performed professionally in and around the Pittsburgh area for over 20 years! She was notably mentioned in Pittsburgh’s Best of Theater in 2015 for her portrayal of Ariel in 'Disney’s the Little Mermaid' and proved her versatility in City Paper’s 2018 Best Musical Production of 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' with her portrayal of Yitzhak alongside 'RuPaul’s Drag Show' star Mimi Imfurst. Lacey holds a BA with a concentration in Theatre Arts awarded from Point Park University in 2007. She is a master of adaptability and has used her skills to thrive in various facets of the performance art scene from wedding singing, corporate event bands and princess parties to theatre arts instruction, direction, choreographing and stage managing. She is dedicated to sharing her passion for the arts with aspiring artists of all ages, creating lasting memories and solid foundations. Her grounded and practical yet professional approach to the performance realm translates well through her instruction and aids in student self discovery. Lacey is also a proud mother of three, a self-proclaimed songwriter and a certified yoga instructor.
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Rachael Kovaly is a  Slippery Rock University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy with a minor in Psychology. Rachael is now a Board-Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC). During the summer of 2021, Rachael began teaching at Sing Sing Sing! and immediately felt at home with the warm, welcoming, and supportive environment that Sing Sing Sing! provides. In her private lessons, Rachael hopes to inspire students to find their own sound within music and provide a warm and welcoming environment where everyone can feel free to express themselves. Since joining the Sing Sing Sing! family, Rachael has assisted the company in beginning Sing Sing Give!, a non-profit that provides free, community based music activities and Music Therapy.

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