A ukulele fun day struck a chord on Saturday as more than 60 musicians from across the region took part in a workshop at Buxton Methodist Church, Chapel Street.
The event, organised by Buxton Festival and Buxton Speech and Drama Festival as part of their outreach programme, took place a day before the fourth annual Play Your Ukulele Day, which aims to change the world four strings at a time.
The classes were led by ukulele teacher Phil Doleman, who held sessions for both beginners intermediates.
Claire Barlow, of Buxton Festival, said: “The sessions were great if you’ve always wanted to play an instrument, want to play with others or learn some new material.”
For more details on Buxton Festival’s Outreach programme visit buxtonfestival.co.uk/outreach.
On May 17, Buxton Music Speech and Drama Festival is holding a ukulele challenge class, for anyone who has taken up the instrument in the last year.
For more information, visit buxtonmsdfestival.co.uk buxtonmsdfestival website) and classes for schools and more experienced players.
Chairman of the festival Celia Dunk said: “Given the level of interest for the workshops, there may be enough people to start a Ukulele Club in the Buxton area. Watch this space!”