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October 2, 2017 – We had a wonderful time with you and your group last week. Please thank Len for his rendition of Danny Boy and Dave for his barre chord tips and Freda for her inspiring voice. – Jo

 

August 10, 2017 – It’s a pleasure hear good players such as yourself and Claudio from which I could learn. There’s a lot to learn from seeing competent musicians. Thanks again for the warm welcome, the lanyard and the binder, and especially, thanks for the special song you sang for me. I really did feel like a VIP. – Carol

 

August 8, 2017 – I think the meeting last night was most successful yet. People left extremely happy and feeling they had accomplished something while having a great time. It was difficult because we had so many levels. A very good night, however. – Freda

 

July 4, 2017 -Like you, I enjoy playing together and getting to sing a song too. I like to go home happy. That’s the point isn’t it? Camaraderie, music, spiced with a little conversation and humour is what ADUS is for me and I suspect, for all of us. I would not likely be a member or even have a ukulele today if it were not for your desire and passion to start a club and arm it with a long term vision. I appreciate that, Eliezer, very much. I am looking forward to the next meeting! – David

 

February 28, 2017 – Thank you so much for the Beginner’s Workshop on Sunday. Charlie and I really enjoyed it. Charlie is getting better than me …  The Beginner Ukulele Workshop Level I with Eliezer was very useful and well organized. We learned how to properly hold and play the ukulele, its basic parts, several strumming patterns and some beginner chords. It’s so encouraging because after learning a few chords, we were able to play so many songs. I highly recommend The Beginner’s Workshop for people just starting out on this awesome little instrument. We look forward to the next meeting.  – Brigitte

 
January  25, 2017 – Many thanks to Eliezer and Freda for helping me get the hang of the uke for the first time. The welcome song and personalized music binder made me feel very included. I had a lot of fun and look forward to our next meeting!  – Brigitte

 

May 5, 2016 – Thank you so much for a wonderful time on Monday. Giulia and I will do our best to attend your next meeting. Thanks again for the lift back to the metro. The fact that I am able to get back to the metro, makes it safer and easier to get home.
I look forward to seeing you at the next meeting. – 
Karen

 

March 21, 2016 – I’m looking forward to another dynamic & fun session. I’m learning so much. Cheers. -Maureen 

 

July 24, 2015 – I just wanted to thank the After Dinner Ukulele Society personally for coming to the Farmers’ Market this past July 12th! The members of the Club were so nice and the music was perfect for the event and the space! Acoustic ukulele, children dancing and people humming popular classics as they were shopping around: the presence of your musicians really added to the event! With your permission, I would love to contact you again for future events as well as for the farmers’ market. We are always looking for new ways to add some ambiance to our events and inviting members of the community with musical talent is an excellent way to create a buzz and bring people together! Thanks again for your presence, your talent and your kindness! Have a great day and see you soon. – Laurence Fauteux

 

February 16, 2015 –  Last night I went to my first ever Ukulele club! I had great fun with Eliezer and the others! Eliezer was a joke a minute and reminded me so much of my friends Jerry, Lenny and Lenny Dave. I miss you guys!! I bought my ukulele 4 days ago and I’m bringing it to Guatemala to Care Clowning for the kids in orphanage and hospitals! I’m leaving in a few days.  Thank you for your warm welcome!!!! I had a wonderful time with everyone! – Guy

 

January 13, 2015 –  Hi Eliezer. I enjoyed last meeting and keep practicing, see you next Monday!!!!!  – Claudio

 

December 13, 2014 – Eliezer is a constituent of mine and a fine gentleman. One recent Sunday afternoon he invited me in to learn about his Ukulele club, a unique group that meets regularly in Cote Saint-Luc. He performed a few numbers on stage with a lovely 80 year young rookie Ukulele player. They were great. Of note was their hilarious singing of “I’m spending Chanukah in Santa Monica.” If you’ve never heard that tune look it up on YouTube. It’s very funny. Later, the multi-talented Eliezer returned as a ventriloquist for a comedy routine with his friend, Wally. – Glenn Nashen

 

October 9,  2014   I won’t be able to make the next meeting, but I do hope I can come again because it was really fun! 🙂 Thank you again for your generosity of spirit in welcoming us to the fold! – Matthew

 

April 28, 2014 – Hi Eliezer, I have to  bow out of your group because my Brazilian Samba Percussion Group has resumed rehearsals every Tuesday night and that is all that this old body can handle. I enjoyed the few sessions I attended with you guys. You’re an awesome instructor and a lovely bunch of people. Keep up the good work and please extend my regards to all for a happy spring and say a big hello to Donna! Thank you for your kindness, Eliezer. Sincerely, Shana

 

October 8, 2013  –  I want to thank you for the hard work and enthusiasm you are putting into ADUS. I LOVE OUR MEETINGS. You have sparked  an old interest in me. Consequently, even my husband has  dusted off his guitar and spends his evenings strumming away. Thank you for the enthusiasm, passion and energy you are devoting to ADUS. I am having so much fun. – Donna

 

August 6, 2013  –   Hi Eliezer,  Just want to thank you for organizing last night’s meeting. Your enthusiasm was charming and humour delightful. Thank you for introducing me to the ukelele. I think I might even buy one since my guitar is getting dusty with no use! Ukelele looks like it might be easier to learn. – Ellen