McAuliffe + Musical Mama

Ukulele Workshop for Parent Educators

In this workshop, you will learn the basics of playing the ukulele and we will strum and sing several easy songs together. You will learn a skill that can last a lifetime and receive practical tips for teaching ukulele in the classroom setting.

  • Date: Wed, Jan 30, 12:30 - 1:45 pm

  • Fee: $50/person

  • Group Size: up to 10 parents

  • Location: in west San Jose, near Westgate Shopping Center (I will email you the address after you have filled out the registration form)

Benefits to Group Ukulele Workshops

  • Fun and engaging

  • Enhances creativity

  • Promotes collaboration and connection

  • Reduces stress

  • Encourages good listening

  • Being able to share all of the above with your children and their classmates!

Registration Requirements

Parents who will be attending the workshop must fill out the form below.

Payment may be brought to the workshop in the form of cash or a check made out to Musical Mama, LLC.


I’m Melissa Stevenson, a music-maker and ukulele teacher living in San Jose. I love sharing the joy of making music with others and do my best to make learning to play the ukulele as straightforward and fun as possible. Let’s play!

Special Offers

McAuliffe parents and teachers are eligible for 20% Melissa’s books and ukulele kits! Redeem at the workshop on 1/30/19 or at by entering the code "MCAULIFFE" at checkout. Offer expires 2/28/19.


Workshop Attendees Must Fill Out this Form to Initiate Registration

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“If there was a 6 star rating I would have given it for Melissa.  Simply amazing in every way.”

“Your beginner workshop … was my first introduction to playing the ukulele. I absolutely loved your workshop and loved the confidence that you gave me to learn.”

“Melissa is an inspiring uke player and singer. She is extremely patient, professional, and very down to earth.”

“Melissa is awesome! She was great at accommodating all levels of experience in our group.”