Leisa makes you feel good about yourself and that’s a pretty great place to be in to make music.

Sessions are delivered in person by me, live online, using Zoom. If you’ve never used Zoom – don’t be afraid, its really easy, and I’ve included a little guide to using it here.

I offer Workshops to larger groups of all abilities. We can work on several songs in a session, with chord sheets provided, when you book. This is a great way to have fun, improve your technique and embrace the joys of ensemble playing. It’s also cheaper than a one to one, at just a tenner per person.

If you have something specific you and your ukulele group want to explore, contact me first, to discuss your needs.  My classes can then be booked easily on this site, to secure your preferred time. Look forward to working with you!

Book an online workshop

Fancy a workshop with your ukulele group? I can help you with strumming, picking, arrangements, singing – just get in touch on the contact page and let me know what you’re after.

The times shown are correct for the time zone you are in right now. So if you want a 2pm workshop, click 2pm.

All my lessons and playalongs are conducted using Zoom. You can find out more about using Zoom on my ‘How To’ Page.

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I offer solo and group lessons for Adults and Children of all abilities, from ‘never picked up a Uke before’ to ‘already rocking out in a band’ – plus everything in-between.

Performance Coaching

If you want extra help with performing in front of other people, overcoming nerves, writing songs or adding some finesse to your onstage persona, this is for you. Let’s unlock your potential.

The Gift Card

A special ukulele lesson with Leisa Rea from The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, tailored to suit your needs.

Work on a song together, learn some tricks and techniques or maybe start your ukulele journey right here.

Round the World

I've been a performer for more years than I care to remember. But for last 14 of them, I've been on the road with the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, playing to packed audiences in America, China, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia, Europe and of course, in the UK.