Did you know the ukulele is one of the easiest string instrument to learn? It’s true!

And our fantastic ukulele teachers can help you achieve your musical goals, whether that’s to play your favourite music pieces like a master or to pass a graded exam with flying colours. Get ready to bring your music with you wherever you go!


Why Take Ukulele Lessons at Joy Music Studio in Singapore?

At Joy Music Studio,

  • We offer ukulele lessons for students of ALL AGES at various competency levels. 
  • We teach chording, strumming, finger style, and plucking.
  • We welcome our students’ requests to learn to play their favourite songs
  • Our ukulele lessons are made to cater to each student's learning pace and style.
  • We offer individual and group ukulele lessons, and even short-term workshops!


Do you want to take a Graded Exam in Ukulele?

Our excellent ukulele teachers can confidently prepare students to get glowing marks using the Rockschool UK curriculum or with RGT@LCM (Registry of Guitar Tutors at London College of Music).

But don’t just take our word for it…



Still need convincing? Here are some more reasons to take ukulele lessons with us!

5 Reasons You Should Learn and Play Ukulele

by Brett McQueen


Reason #1: It’s cool
Without a doubt, over the past few years, the ukulele has established a stronger presence in popular music, with songs surfacing like Somewhere Over the Rainbow by Israel Kamakawiwo’Ole, Oh What a Day by Ingrid Michaelson, and I’m Yours by Jason Mraz.

Reason #2: It’s cheap
Compared to other instruments, like guitars, pianos, or sousaphones, you can get a pretty decent and playable ukulele for well under US$100. Like any instrument, you can always spend more, and the sky is ultimately the limit, but ukuleles are relatively cheap.

Reason #3: It’s easy
It’s true that some people have a more natural aptitude for things than others, so ukulele might be impossible for you, but as a four-stringed instrument, most people will tell you ukulele is relatively easy to pick up compared to other instruments.

Reason #4: It’s portable
Learning the ukulele just might allow you to jump-start your career as a street performer. While the ukulele won’t fit in your pocket, get a case for it, and you can take it wherever you go–on the subway, to the supermarket, dinner parties, the beach, Narnia–you get the picture.

Reason #5: It’s fun
Fact: no one has NEVER had fun playing ukulele. In other words, not only is the ukulele a fun instrument to play, but from a tonal standpoint, it’s a fun instrument to listen to and hear. Different types of ukuleles have their tonal differences, but as a whole, there is something playful and soulful about how a ukulele sounds and plays.