Kimo Hussey, one of Hawaii’s preeminent ukulele players and teachers, will make a one-day-only appearance in South Dakota, at the NMM, as part of a national workshop circuit. The event will include a ukulele session led by Kimo Hussey, lunch, National Music Museum touring time, and an exclusive concert. Kimo Hussey will play ukuleles from the National Music Museum’s collections, such as the exceptional Stradelele ukulele by Joel Eckhaus (Geoffrey Robert Rezek collection), which was custom-made and inspired by the National Music Museum’s own rare Antonio Stradivari guitar. Kimo Hussey will also perform on instruments built by South Dakotan ukulele-craftsmen Dan Ryerson and Josh Rieck.
The inclusive attendance fee is $85.
For more information, people should contact Chontelklobas@hotmail.com or firstname.lastname@example.org . People should reserve tickets soon by sending checks payable to Chontel Klobas, 14351 Bagley Ave. N., Seattle, WA, 98133. The maximum attendance for this Kimo Hussey workshop will be 50 participants. All ukulele-experience levels welcome.