The Kennedy Center

Louisa Hall



Biography

Musical and jovial since youth, singer-songwriter Louisa Hall found the perfect match in the ukulele. Her lighthearted music has graced varied venues, including the Black Cat, the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, Hamilton Live, 9:30 Club, and even a junk boat on Halong Bay, Vietnam. She frequently contributes to The Circus Life podcast, Capital City Showcase, and Nine Songwriter Series. In addition to performing and writing, she is also a music educator, teaching both group and private ukulele lessons. She is delighted to join The Sweater Set in celebrating the mighty ukulele at the Millennium Stage! 

 

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Watch Past Performances

Video 2/28/2015: Ukulele Joy: A Strum-Along Jam Session with The Sweater Set and Louisa Hall

Catch the spirit of the Kennedy Center’s upcoming international festival IBERIAN SUITE: global arts remix with a Ukulele Jam. Bring your ukulele (an instrument that came to the Hawaiian Islands from the Iberian Peninsula, derived from the Portuguese braguinha string guitar) for a strum-along from 5 to 6 p.m., followed by a performance with D.C. uke stars The Sweater Set and Louisa Hall. The show closes with a full audience strum- and sing-along! Strum-along participants should know chords C, F, G, and A minor.

Louisa Hall