With appearances at ukulele festivals and events around the world, Danielle Anderson, aka Danielle Ate the Sandwich, has been able to share her creative and collaborative teaching style. Incorporating the same performance chops she uses to interact and engage with her audiences during shows, Danielle leads with humor and honesty to help students feel at ease, and leave with a fresh take on a new skill.


Danielle is available to teach or present workshops for festivals, classrooms, and small groups. Please email Danielle for availability and pricing at danielleatethesandwich@gmail.com.

Danielle Ate the Sandwich with the Rubber City Ukes out of Ohio, USA

Danielle Ate the Sandwich with the Rubber City Ukes out of Ohio, USA

Danielle offers private lessons and coaching sessions. Offered virtually, these sessions are $60 per hour, and $40 per half hour. Payment is accepted via venmo or paypal. Danielle’s teaching schedule is currently closed to new students. If you’re interested in learning more or getting on the list to be accepted as a student, please email danielleatethesandwich@gmail.com

Danielle offers private lessons to ages 10 and up, beginning and intermediate students on the following topics:

  • ukulele
  • beginning guitar
  • voice/singing
  • songwriting
  • performance/presenting
  • creative arts career coaching
  • marketing and personal branding
Danielle with her talented student Ukulele Ellie!

Danielle with her talented student Ukulele Ellie!

Life is a Songwriter is a 4-week virtual songwriting class, designed by Danielle to give time, inspiration, and guidance for the craft of songwriting. A small group of 10 meets every week to learn and share about the songwriting experience. Sessions are offered quarterly. Click here for more info and to see the most recent classes offered!

Danielle Ate the Sandwich is the stage name of pop-folk songwriter and ukulele player, Danielle Anderson. Currently based in Kansas City, MO, Danielle has been touring nationally since 2009, after cultivating an online following of “Fanwiches” from her videos on Youtube.
As a recording artist and performer, Danielle has self-released seven albums, opened for Mumford and Sons, Jake Shimabukuro, Pomplamoose, and wrote the soundtrack to the Emmy nominated HBO documentary, “Packed in a Trunk: The Lost Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson.” Her songs are lyrically driven, performed on ukulele and guitar, and find inspiration from her curiosity about death, science, religion, family dynamics, and her own emotions and experiences.