(Ohana Learning Series)
Aliso Viejo, CA
Ross Chun is a Humanitarian working for a global non-profit, and a public servant focused on education, Hawaiian culture and supporting the youth in his community. In his professional life, Ross works as a humanitarian for the American Red Cross. In his public life, Ross has served the City of Aliso Viejo as a Planning Commissioner, Councilman, Mayor Pro Tem and Mayor. And in his free time, Ross works with students, teachers and the local community, sharing the message of the importance of family history, ethnic heritage and cultural diversity. Ross performs with his Ukulele and shares stories about his family's Hawaiian heritage. As part of his educational program, the Ohana Learning Series, Ross combines food, music and family history in unique performances for young students, high schoolers, and members of the local senior community.
The Ukulele is the friendliest instrument I know. I travel with my Ukulele, and whenever people see it, they ask me to play something for them. No other instrument has that kind of effect on people, inspiring strangers to ask for a song no matter where you are.
Tip for Beginners
Music always tells a story, the Ukulele is the best way to tell others about yourself and your passion. Play for fun..play for your friends...play from the heart. You can never go wrong.
Ukulele of ChoiceGloss Mahogany Concert
Ambassador on the WebWebsite: http://www.ohanalearningseries.com/