About Matt Stead


Matt is a full time ukulele tutor and performer. Having taught many hundreds of students over the years, he has amassed a wealth of experience and is able to pass on his knowledge with enthusiasm and expertise.

DBS checked and RGT Registered, he is able to tutor students and submit them for their Ukulele Grades. These are accredited and even offer UCAS points.
Matt has recently released  two new books  – a book of Jazz Standards for Ukulele and a one-stop-shop Ukulele Reference Guide which is a brilliant companion to his teaching. 


Matt’s YouTube channel is followed all around the world and get tens of thousands of hours watch time very month. His teaches one-to-one online students all around the world with students in all kinds of time-zones.
He makes music accessible and exciting for everyone and teach all levels and ages. As well as at the Uke Room he teaches at uke events globally.
Matthew has written pieces for the RGT Ukulele Grades (the globally recognised grading system for ukulele.)
His latest pupil to take Grade One achieved an incredible 95% Pass with Distinction.
He has released an acclaimed book of Jazz Standards for Ukulele and an acclaimed all in one Ukulele Reference book.
Steven Sproat, one of the UKs most well known ukulele performers (he taught Frank Skinner how to play and is the author of top selling ukulele tuition books) named Matthew in his Absolute Admiration section in the  National Uke Magazine.
Matthew’s last two ukulele albums received much acclaim and have led to performances at the award winning Grand Northern Ukulele Festival, The Ukulele Festival of Great Britain and The Ukulele Festival of Scotland as well as many others. His music has been played globally and on Radio One in the UK.
Matthew is also proud to be Musical Director of The London Youth Ukulele Orchestra, arranging pieces and coaching children to create wonderful music, grow in confidence an}d make amazing friendships.
Matthew has led workshops at ukulele clubs throughout the UK and at festivals including The Grand Northern Ukulele Festival and Parbulele.