YambaUkes - The home of the only certified Ukaholics in the whole world,
is located in the beautiful seaside town of Yamba on the Clarence River
in New South Wales, Australia.
COMMUNITY MUSIC is what YambaUkes is all about.
The group, led by Annie Commerford, provides an opportunity for new and more experienced
players to learn the techniques of mastering the ukulele and practicing your favourite music in a
friendly group environment. All newcomers (beginners to the more experienced) are
welcome and will quickly feel part of our Uke'n family.
YambaUkes never stops HAVING FUN!
We play music, laugh, share stories and have a bunch of fun.
Wherever you are in the skills ladder, YambaUkes will welcome you.
LEARNING is what this group of Ukaholics is all about.
We foster your skills improvement at regular get-togethers and workshops (or private lessons) ...
And ... we help you connect to a community that values music in their lives.
If you'd like to join us ... YambaUkes meets fortnightly on the second and fourth Wednesday each month from 10.00am to 12 noon at Latitude 29 Cafe in Yamba ... We do take a break during school holidays. If you are travelling through Yamba, please don't hesitate to introduce yourself and join us.
Who is ANNIE COMMERFORD?
Annie is the Chief Ukaholic - the creator of and talent behind YambaUkes. She is an accomplished music teacher,a classically trained musician and is a member of the Maclean Music Academy Ensemble andClarence Valley’s well renowned “Family Tree Band".
Annie started YambaUkes in 2012 and encourages everyone to learn to play and make music, no matter their age or ability.
Good Music | Great Fun | Happy Uke'n!
We are the music makers
Community music is what we are all about; bringing people together to play the ukulele, sing, laugh, share stores and have a bunch of fun.
YambaUkes help you connect to your community through learning ukulele and singing, whilst improving, and showing the value of music in your life.