About

uke-300The Bozeman Ukulele Cabaret was founded by Marla Goodman in February of 2012. It began with a play-along at the Community Food Co-op’s Flying C Coffee shop and due to popular demand, it grew to include hundreds of players, experienced musicians and brand-new strummers of all ages.

With the help of volunteers, Marla organized ukulele open mics, play-alongs, workshops and performances in the Bozeman area from 2012-2017 and she continues to organize ukulele workshops, community service opportunities and events.

The Bozeman Ukulele Cabaret is not an organized non-profit, group, organization, or club. It is a loose-knit community held together by a facebook page, blog and mailing list. All public events are open to anyone who would like to participate and we are happy to help others promote and share their own ukulele events.

If you’re interested in teaching, organizing an event, or hosting a ukulele performance or workshop, please get in touch. To keep up with events and other related info, find BozemanUkuleleCabaret on Facebook and/or ask to be put on the Bozeman Ukulele Cabaret mailing list.

If you’d like to contact Marla to suggest/promote an event, request a lesson/workshop, be added to the mailing list, etc., please use the contact form below.



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6 thoughts on “About

  1. Gwen says:

    Great idea

  2. Jim Hanson says:

    Hi, do you have any action in July, Jim

    • goodwerks says:

      Hi Jim,

      There’s the play-along “woodshed session” at the Bozeman Library Monday, June 11, but nothing slated for July yet. We will probably book another play-along date for some Monday in July. We are also thinking about doing a Beatles and Stones ukulele performance night sometime this summer, but it would be more of a “sign-up to perform ahead of time” thing than an open mic. The open mics have been a little sketchy (we never know if enough players are going to show up). Your ideas are welcome — let me know if you have any ideas for fun events! –Marla

  3. Torie Haraldson says:

    I would be interested in talking to someone about leading a ukulele workshop on the MSU campus in July. please contact me!

    • goodwerks says:

      Hi Torie, for some reason your email server is bouncing my gmail back at me as spam. please send me a message at bozemanukulelecabaret at gmail.com

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