Everywhere you went on the Olivet Campus June 24 – 26, you heard the sound of laughter and ukulele.

The reviews are in, here’s a sampling . . . 

“Excellent. Well organized. Great instructors. Varied choices of classes. Nice venue. Great location.”

“A really great experience! I learned from so many other people, not just the instructors!”

“Fantastic camp! Geared for all levels”

“I’d give it my highest rating. I couldn’t have expected it to be any better.”

“Very well done. Outstanding instructors and wide variety of classes to choose from.  Every class I took was very beneficial.”

“Outstanding!  The camp exceeded expectations as to the quality of the faculty and the interaction among faculty and participants.”

“Using the Spinal Tap rating system of 1 to 10, MUC was an 11.”

“MUC is such a great time from beginning to end.  The diversity of instructors and variety of workshops offered made the time go by so fast.”

“Superb. First rate faculty experience, both class and casual interactions. Not to mention the faculty concerts, which were transcendent. Academic sessions were incredible, learned a lot and just wanted more. Spread of experience looked great, I was certainly challenged at my level in a good way. Facility fine, physical and food quality.”

“AAA rating.  I can’t imagine attending a ukulele workshop that could possibly be better than this – well thought out and organized, terrific assortment of classes and above all, an amazing, truly amazing group of instructors.”

“Five stars! (And I’m a hard grader.) This camp, from start to finish, was superb. Excellent instructors, accessible artists, convenient and comfortable lodging, and really well organized.The food was even pretty good (for dorm food).”

“Awesome! Teaching was excellent, concerts super. PLUS . . . there were fireflies.”

Relive it, or see what you missed here:


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Here are the campers, teaching artists, and staff from Midwest Uke Camp 2016.
Click on the image for a downloadable full-resolution version, suitable for framing.
(Photo by Steve Szilagyi)