Dubravko Lapaine & Druyd, Summer Shows

Dubravko Lapaine, a unique didgeridoo player from Zagreb, Croatia, is known for his characteristic style of performance. Rather than focusing on tradition, he explores undiscovered techniques and researches new possibilities for using these instruments in order to create music. In a synergy of his body with the instrument, Lapaine simultaneously plays multiple melodies and rhythms, thus leaving listeners under the impression of a musical depth that seems to magically escape from this “plain” tube.

Yidaki Workshops With Jeremy Cloake - European Tour Updates

Kia ora Koutou

It’s that time of the year again, when I pack my bags and head back to Europe.

This year I am teaching several yidaki workshops as well as 2 yidaki immersion retreats. The current timetable and workshop details can be seen below:

Yidaki Workshops With Jeremy Cloake

Jeremy Cloake is returning to Europe again this year to deliver his highly acclaimed Yidaki workshops.

Jeremy is regarded as one of the world's most proficient non-aboriginal teachers of the Yidaki. He has been playing didjeridu since 1992 and teaching internationally since 2000.

Didgeridoo Workshops in Seattle; World Rhythm Festival 2010

Plan to be in Seattle for the best weekend immersion in world music, drum and dance that you can imagine.

April 23-25 2010, Seattle, U.S.A.
Over 100 Performances and Drum & Dance Workshops

The World Rhythm Festival is 3 days packed with an amazing range of world music traditions, including African, Middle-Eastern, Latin, Indian, Brazilian, North American, and more.

Few More Places for "Didgeridoo Ritiro 2010"!

If you are thinking about to visit this gatehring in Italy, you better make your decision, because there is only five more places left.

Date: 1/2 May 2010
Possible concert and open stage for friday 30 April.

"Didgeridoo Ritiro" is workshop in Turin, Italy, organized by didgeridoo maestro Mr. Andrea Ferroni. It is perfect opportunity to expand your playing techniques with lessons from great players and teachers, such are Frank HeinkelGauthier AubèRoman Buss and Andrea Ferroni himself.

The Didgeridoo Gathering in UK, May 2010

The Gathering
1st & 2nd of May 2010
May Day Bank holiday weekend
Tapeley Park, Instow, North Devon

Now into its seventh year, The Gathering begins the UK's didjeridu festival season and is a great chance to catch up with old friends from all around the UK, make some new ones and listen to what everyone's been doing with their didjes over the winter break.

New Treatment for Asthma: The Didgeridoo

Playing the didgeridoo and singing can help alleviate the symptoms of asthma, new research suggests.

Robert Eley, from the University of Southern Queensland, gave 10 Aboriginal boys weekly didgeridoo lessons for six months and found that their 'respiratory function had improved significantly'