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Si Mullumby and Martin Phillips concert at Didgeridoo Breath

Posted: Wednesday, March 8, 2017 in Didgeridoo Concerts

Didgeridoo Breath’s long time friend, World famous band Wild Marmalade Didgeridoo Player Si Mullumby is back for a special and intimate, high energy, free flowing spectacle of didgeridoo vibration and rhythm ! Featuring our local drummer Martin Phillips (Rhythmfix), these combo will blast the night!!

The DIdgeridoo Breath will transform into dance floor!
Come and join us for the Didgeridoo Breath concert!!!

Were: Didgeridoo Breath, 6 Market st. Fremantle WA
When: Friday 10th March 7pm start
Entry: $12
BYO Drink, dancing gear!

Didgeridoo Breath
6 Market street Fremantle WA
[email protected]
08 9430 6009


Didgeridoo Breath Concert 2017

Posted: Monday, January 9, 2017 in Uncategorized



Welcome to Didgeridoo Breath Didgeridoo Concert!

This is our very first concert of the 2017! Good vibes in to you!

Come along and experience the Organic Harmonious Music at 6 Market Street Fremantle Western Australia!

It will be Didgeridoo Open mic sessions, could be solo, could be duo and more! Casual in store stage, BYO drink! Let’s celebrate our new era of the 2017!

Door open 6:30
Concerts start at 7.00 pm
Entry $10
Kids free


Mark Atkins Didgeridoo workshop

Posted: Thursday, September 8, 2016 in Didge Workshops


We are exited to announce a special didgeridoo workshop holding by one of the acclaimed and finest Australian’s didgeridoo player Mark Atkins on the 20th of September 2016 at Didgeridoo Breath shop in Fremantle (WA).

Mark will be holding an intermediate to advanced didgeridoo workshop on the 20th of September at Didgeridoo Breath in Fremantle. All students should be confident with circular breathing prior to the course. This will be an awesome opportunity to learn from one of the finest didgeridoo player in the Word, develop your own playing style and have a lot of fun. The way Mark is teaching how to play didgeridoo is really unique and will drive you in a new and exiting style to play the didgeridoo with his stunning “wobble” technic which Mark has definitely mastered.

Mark has been performing and running his didgeridoo workshop around the word many years. He is also internationally recognised  for his collaborative projects with some of the world’s leading composers and musicians, such as Robert Plant and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, Hothouse Flowers, Philip Glass, London Philharmonic Orchestra and the among others.


In 2001 he collaborated with Wurundjeri elder Joy Murphy Wandin and composer Philip Glass in the concert work Voices, performed at the Melbourne Town Hall and New York’s Lincoln Centre. The composition was commissioned by the City of Melbourne to relaunch the Melbourne Town Hall Organ.A descendant of Western Australia’s Yamitji people, as well as of Irish/Australian heritage, Mark is known not only for his mastery playing, but also as a storyteller, composer, percussionist, visual artist and instrument maker.

Mark is also having amazing performance “Kimberly Reflections” on 21st of September, he is touring with “the Narli ensemble” and some of Indigenous artists such as Stephen Pigram, Ashley Oobagooma, Gabriel Nodea and Danny Marr. You can find more info at the www.tura.com.au



Workshop Information

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EVENT : Mark Atkins Intermediate Didgeridoo Workshop
WHERE: Didgeridoo Breath 6 Market Street, Fremantle
TIME:     6.00 to 8.00 pm
WHEN:   20th of September 2016

COST: $50 per person


+61-8-9430-6009,  [email protected]

Stephen Kent Didgeridoo Experience February 2015

Posted: Wednesday, February 11, 2015 in Didge Workshops, Didgeridoo Concerts, Didgeridoo Players
Stephen Kent

Multi Instrumentalist and composer Stephen Kent is one of the premier Didjeridu virtuosos in the contemporary world. Stephen will be joining us here at Didgeridoo Breath on Saturday the 21st of February for a special intimate didgeridoo performance, which will no doubt showcase his incredible skill on one of the world’s oldest instruments.In addition, Stephen will also be running an Advanced Didgeridoo Workshop on Sunday the 22nd of February:

In this workshop we will work on the following:

– Diaphragm rhythm and breathing techniques.

– Playing with the whole body.

– The different bodily ‘stations’ and how they affect the sound.

– Multiple layering of the sound.

– Playing smoothly and softly with feeling

– Toots and trumpet tones.

– Diaphragm and mouth strengthening exercises.

– Vocalizations.

– Compositional approaches to the Didjeridu.

– Advanced harmonic techniques/Focusing on overtones.

– Polyrhythmic playing and complex rhythm cycles.


Stephen Kent

Stephen Kent

Born in England he was raised in East Africa and in a career spanning well over 2 decades, based at various times in Australia, Spain, the UK and now the San Francisco Bay Area, he has pioneered the modern day use of the ancient Australian Aboriginal instrument from his position in 1981 as MD of Australia’s Circus Oz, award winning composer for Barcelona dance companies, 7 years touring the world in New Circus groups such as Ra Ra Zoo, to a catalog of over 20 CD releases, including 6 solo works, and multiple collaborations with group projects Trance Mission, Lights in a Fat City and, most recently, Australian Bebop Ragas, Baraka Moon & The Del Sol String Quartet. Collaboration across cultural boundaries is at the root of his interest and he has worked with extraordinary musicians around the planet including Airto Moreira (Brazil), Zakir Hussain (India), Habib Koite (Mali), Rahim Al Haj (Iraq), Zap Mama (Belgium,Congo), Chirgilchin (Tuva), Samulnori (Korea), Leonard Eto (Japan), Omar Sosa (Cuba), Paul Horn, Glen Velez, (USA), among countless others. He continues to perform all over the world. Stephen also works with radio and has hosted a weekly “Music of the World” show on Pacifica Radio’s KPFA.org for the past 20 years.


5 MUST SEE events this March at DIDGERIDOO BREATH

Posted: Tuesday, March 11, 2014 in Didge Workshops, Didgeridoo Concerts
5 MUST SEE events this March at DIDGERIDOO BREATH

5 MUST SEE events this March at DIDGERIDOO BREATH

Join us here at Didgeridoo Breath this March for an incredible selection of didgeridoo flavoured magic & mystique as we showcase some of your favourites planet’s musical medicine makers…. Mmmmm!

Thursday, 13th of March: 7pm – 10pm

Thursday the 13th of March, will see SOL-R the unique French Gypsy-Groove/Reggae-Ska Freo band sharing their musical medicine with the groovers and shakers that will grace the floors of Didgeridoo Breath.

SOL-R music is inspired by many years of travelling from continent to continent.. True life stories, all original songs written and composed by Bruno Michel, French troubadour multi-instrumentalist now based in Fremantle, WA.Performed by talented local and international musicians on flute, didjeridoo, drums, bass, guitar, xylophone, vocals harmonies with an unique, delicious French touch..!

Kyle Ravin, Illusionist and Master of Ceremonies. Winner of Most outstanding Magician and two time record setter in the Singapore Book Of Records. Multiple Award winning magician and Star of Vasantham’s MAYA.

Blending world class magic and illusion for events with top notch event hosting, Kyle Ravin has been the go to Entertainer and Emcee for numerous corporations Nationwide.

Get ready for a wonderful, uplifting journey which will make your heart vibrate till you feel it in your shoes and jump high on the dance floor! !

Friday, 21st of March: 7pm – 10pm

Contemporary Stateless Musical Duo, Koji Matsumoto and Reo Matsumoto.

Matsumoto Zoku like fish in the river of life, move with the natural flow of sound and energy. They merge urban vocal beats with the softer edge of the Halo and Didge creating a playful, serene and yet vibrant sound. Their intuitive and unique music is inspired by their extensive travels busking internationally, this creates an original and emotive style and groove. Their music is a unique blend of polarities merging, like the sun and moon, cacophony and silence, they are both urban and wild in their essence.

Friday, 28th of March: 7pm – 10pm

A one-man Didgeridoo orchestra is perhaps the best way of describing the extraordinary music of phenomenal Didgeridoo player Ondrej Smeykal . His highly original style of play is the result of a life completely devoted to his instrument. For well over a decade and with ever increasing intensity, Ondrej has been developing and redefining his own unique approach to the Didgeridoo. His predominant use of unusually long Didges and “extensions” of up to 4 metres in length, enable him to play incredibly deep tones and to produce a much wider range of sounds and overtones than are possible on regular didgeridoos. Each composition, or song, as he refers to it, is very different in style, ranging from break-beat and organic Didgeridoo techno, to trance, ambient and anywhere in between.

4. JEREMY CLOAKE – Interactive Yidaki Seminar
Thursday 3rd of April: 7pm – 8pm

This is an informal seminar that is open to everyone who has an interest in the yidaki. Jeremy will share some of his knowledge and experiences from working in North East Arnhemland since 2000. Yidaki making and playing techniques will be discussed as well as various styles of yidaki. Towards the end of the seminar people will be given the opportunity to try an instrument with Jeremy’s guidance and there will be Q and A. People of all ages are welcome. The duration of the seminar is usually around an hour.

Saturday, 5th of April (Introductory Class) 11am – 4pm
Sunday, 6th of April (Advanced Class) 11am – 4pm

Introductory Class
If you have ever felt that the Yolngu playing techniques from North East Arnhem Land  are too difficult to manage, then this is the workshop for you! In this workshop Jeremy breaks these playing styles down into simple and easily learned individual sounds. During the workshop these sounds are practised and refined with many distinctions made regarding tongue position and movement, pressure control and use of the voice. Then they are put together into phrases that are repeated to become rhythms. Jeremy has been teaching this workshop internationally since 2001 and to this day still continues to refine his teaching methods and the content of his workshops. He is a professionally trained teacher and takes pride in delivering accurate and relevant information that is delivered in a straightforward way. This workshop is usually between 3 and 4 hours depending on the size of the group.

Advanced Class
This workshop continues on further with information from the introductory yidaki workshop, so it is necessary to have done it first. The phrases learnt in the introductory workshop are practised and refined then developed. Many different phrases are taught in a way which simplifies their complexity. Participants of this workshop will gain an excellent understanding on the principles of yidaki playing, together with composition skills and playing dexterity. Jeremy has been teaching this workshop internationally since 2001 and to this day still continues to refine his teaching methods and the content of his workshops. He is a professionally trained teacher and takes pride in delivering accurate and relevant information that is delivered in a straightforward way. This workshop is usually around 3 hours, depending on the size of the group.

Si’s Red Belly Black Fibreglass Didgeridoo….Now at Didgeridoo Breath

Posted: Friday, March 7, 2014 in New Products, News

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All of us here at Didgeridoo Breath were didgn’ stoked when the box of Si‘s new fibreglass didgeridoos arrived at the shop last week. A few us were even lucky enough to test them out straight outta the packaging.

Here is our didge test drive of the new Si Red Belly Black fibreglass didgeridoo!

First impressions first, these didgeridoos are LOUD and very POWERFUL! It is easy to get carried away playing the Red Belly Black they have an awesome clear sound, with great back pressure, when playing you just want to play faster and faster and faster.

The Red Belly Black has a unique mouthpiece bowl, custom designed by Si himself. Although most of us in the shop have been playing for quite a while, we found it incredibly easy to achieve the toot on the Red Belly Black with the added bonus of the toot matching the tone of the didge (both in the musical key of F!). There were also mentions from some staff that they found the tone reflective of traditional yidaki style.

The Red Belly Black also incorporates a specialised rubber lining around the bell of the didge, which is a pretty cool addition for any busker or performer who likes to send out their didgeridoo musical medicine for all on a rough playing surface.

Come test them out in the shop for yourself if you are in the Fremantle area, or check out some of our sound samples on the product page to bear witness to the power of the Red Belly Black and have some FUN!
Si’s playing style has long been associated with speed and incredible versatility, now it’s your turn. Harness the ferocity of the red belly black and get didgn’ mate!

• Fibre-glass didgeridoo / plays smoothly with less effort
• Rubber Bell Protector
• 152cm / 5″2
• 2.2kg / 4.85lbs
• Key: F (1st Toot F)

‘FINGERS’ Mitchell Cullen performing LIVE @ Didgeridoo Breath

Posted: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 in Didgeridoo Concerts

Voted Australia’s Number One Home Grown Talent as Seen Live on National TV to Millions Performing as a Special Guest on Australia’s Got Talent Grand Final …..

If You Are a Fan of Xavier Rudd and John Butler Then You Will Love 19 year old Country Boy FINGERS Mitchell Cullen.

With his own unique style, Fingers is fast becoming known for his outstanding speed and 12 string guitar skills. Not prepared to rest at that, he is also an extremely talented multi instrumentalist, having mastered the didgeridoo, slide stomp box, harmonica, percussion, and banjo whilst topping it all off as a singer/ song-writer.

He currently has 4 CD’s out, with another track just having been recorded at Couch Studio with Shaun O’Callahgan title “Sister” released in July 2011 on the New CD Ocean Blue a Great Catchy Beachy C D I’m packing my bags this morning and heading for the Ocean Blue…

Now Seen Touring its way around Australia on the Australian Tour 2012 Steam Roller. FINGERS will be performing a special intimate show at DIDGERIDOO BREATH on THURSDAY the  4th of October 2012


WHO: FINGERS Mitchell Cullen ‘Steam Roller Tour’

WHERE: DIDGERIDOO BREATH 6 Market Street Fremantle

TIME: 7pm

COSTS: $20

Didgeridoo Breath visits the crew at SGIO

Posted: Thursday, September 13, 2012 in Didge Workshops

We here at Didgeridoo Breath think that Craig from SGIO is a pretty cool guy.

Craig is from SGIO insurance and he contacted us saying that he was conducting some team building exercises for the staff at SGIO, and was curious whether Didgeridoo Breath could help him. We thought that this was such a good idea for a workforce, learning didge and music skills with a bunch of people that you work with is pretty cool (we get to do it everyday 🙂 ) So We got Elliot, one of our experienced didge instructors, filled his awesome van full of didgeridoos and sent him over to meet the team at SGIO.

Overall there were 30 SGIO Staff members that attended the 1 hr didgeridoo lesson.

We had so much fun visiting the staff at SGIO, there was an abundance of laughter throughout the team- building exercises and we were soooo happy that by the end of the lesson, all of the staff members were all playing as a group, a lot we’re pulling off some really cool sounds, but most of all that everyone enjoyed it and got something out of it.

This is the feedback we received from Craig, who organised the lesson with us.

“We all had a fantastic time, the session was well structured, informative and a lot of fun. I will certainly be recommending you guys to our other Business Departments.”

So If you are looking for an exciting and different corporate day, we offer a range of didgeridoo packages to suit a range of needs

Corporate Lesson 1

  • 1 Hour Didgeridoo lesson (minimum of 8, max of 25 per group)
  • Lesson is taught on our ‘learn to play’ didgeridoos, which are plastic.
  • The History of Yidaki, and the origins of the didgeridoo from Northern Australia
  • The basics of the didgeridoo are taught, including the drone, animal sounds and being able to tell a story through the didgeridoo… if time permits a short intro on circular breathing


Corporate Lesson 2

  • 1 Hour Didgeridoo lesson (minimum of 8 participants)
  • Every participant receives an authentic termite hollowed didgeridoo from the Northern Territory.
  • Each didgeridoo is hand painted from members of the Katherine Art Gallery
  • A description on how a didgeridoo is made and process that determines the sound of the didgeridoo
  • An information sheet on the history of Yidaki, and the origins of the didgeridoo from Northern   Australia
  • The basics of the didgeridoo are taught, including the drone, animal sounds and being able to tell a story through the didgeridoo… if time permits a short intro on circular breathing
  • Small / Medium Didgeridoo (up to 115cm in length)


Corporate Lesson 3

  • 1 Hour Didgeridoo lesson (No restriction on group numbers)
  • Every participant receives an authentic termite hollowed didgeridoo from the Northern Territory.
  • Each didgeridoo is hand painted from members of the Katherine Art Gallery
  • A description on how a didgeridoo is made and process that determines the sound of the didgeridoo
  • An information sheet on the history of Yidaki, and the origins of the didgeridoo from Northern Australia
  • The basics of the didgeridoo are taught, including the drone, animal sounds and being able to tell a story through the didgeridoo… if time permits a short intro on circular breathing
  • Large Didgeridoo (up to 130cm in length)



For more information on our corporate classes

Contact one of our Didgeridoo Breath Instructors  at [email protected]



Posted: Monday, August 6, 2012 in Didge Workshops


1hr Learn to Play the Didgeridoo

Discover all you need to know, to start playing the didgeridoo.
We teach you the fundamental techniques on the didgeridoo and have you making fantastic sounds in no time!
No trip to Australia is complete without learning to play the didgeridoo.
When: Saturday mornings, 9:30am to 10:30am.
Cost: $30 (includes didgeridoo hire if required)

Contact us or click here to register

4 Week Learn to Play the Didgeridoo

So you want to learn how to play the didgeridoo? In 4 weeks we will have you making the drone, adding awesome animal sounds, and using your tongue, mouth and diaphragm to make some incredible sounds. That is not all! We will also teach you how to circular breathe which will allow you to play continuously! This course is one of our most popular and for a good reason! Learning to play the didgeridoo with Didgeridoo Breath is fun, exciting and successful.
The course runs all year round. We provide a didgeridoo for you to use for the duration of the course.

When: Wednesday nights, 6pm – 7:30pm for 4 weeks

– 3rd of September 2012 x 4 weeks
– 5th of October 2012 x 4 weeks
– 7th November 2012 x 4 weeks

Cost: $120 (includes didgeridoo hire if required)

Contact us or click here to register

4 Week Didgeridoo Extended Techniques

So you can play the didgeridoo, circular breath and make some cool sounds but now what? In the Extended Techniques, didgeridoo playing course, we dive into a whole new world of technique and rhythm: Bounce breathing, overtones, triple tonguing, vocals, building rhythms and more¦ this is where your didge playing really starts heating up!

When: Numbers permitting, contact us to register.

Cost: $120 (includes didgeridoo hire if required)

If you do not live near Fremantle, Western Australia…don’t worry check out didgeridoo dojo for all of you didgeridoo tips and lessons


Benefits of Didgeridoo for Sleep

Posted: Thursday, August 2, 2012 in Info & Education

What is Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a chronic disorder in which one repeatedly stops breathing during the night. These events last 10 seconds or longer, and may occur hundreds of times per night. Someone with sleep apnea may experience loud snoring, brief pauses in breathing, and intermittent gasping. During apnea events, the oxygen level of the blood drops, the heart rate increases, and sleep becomes disrupted as the affected person wakes up to resume breathing. This can have significant consequences on one’s health.

Sub-Types of Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a generic term that includes any disorder that causes pauses in breathing during sleep. It may affect someone at any age, but the prevalence of sleep apnea peaks at middle age. There are a few major sub-types, including:

Sleep apnea is not the only problem that can lead to difficulties breathing during sleep. There are a few other problems that do not cause a complete pause in the breathing but may still be problematic, such as:

Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

Aside from the pauses in breathing which are typical of the disorder, there are many other common symptoms in sleep apnea. These symptoms may include:

  • Loud, chronic snoring
  • Choking or gasping during sleep
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Morning headache
  • Memory or learning problems
  • Feeling irritable


Can Didgeridoo help in the treatment of Sleep Apnea?


Sleep apnea is a common disorder that causes pausing during breathing while the afflicted person is asleep. This is often due to the upper airway collapsing, and it can lead to major medical problems. It is most often treated by Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, or CPAP, but this is not always tolerated. In fact, compliance is a major hurdle in treatment that sometimes cannot be overcome. One proposed alternative to CPAP is learning to play an aboriginal instrument called the didgeridoo

Regular playing of a didgeridoo reduces daytime sleepiness and snoring in people with moderate obstructive sleep apnea syndrome and also improves the sleep quality of partners. We at Didgeridoo Breath have personal experience with numbers of customers and partners personally reporting to us, the positive impact didgeridoo playing has had in their lives, sleep and relationships!

Snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome are common sleep disorders caused by the collapse of the upper airways. Regular didgeridoo playing reduces snoring and daytime sleepiness, finds a study published by the British Medical Journal.

 ‘In one person, the apnoea-hypopnoea index decreased from 17 to 2’… ‘In conclusion, didgeridoo playing improved daytime sleepiness in patients with moderate snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea and reduced sleep disturbance in their partners. Larger trials are needed to confirm our preliminary findings, but our results may give hope to the many people with moderate obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome and snoring, as well as to their partners.’ British Medical Journal 

Information for this article was sourced from Brandon Peters, M .D. “Learning to Play the Didgeridoo May Alternatively Treat Sleep Apnea” http://sleepdisorders.about.com/od/sleepdisorderstreatment/a/Didgeridoo.htm

How do I get started?

We all know that half the battle to starting anything is finding the right people, product and service. So this very second, start celebrating, your battle is over, you are in victory lane! At Didgeridoo Breath we know exactly what you are talking about and exactly which didgeridoo and lessons will get you started and playing the Didgeridoo!

Join the thousands of people around the world who we have taught, encouraged and celebrated with. Learning to play the Didgeridoo is simple and FUN!
Lets start by answering a few common questions, then we can help you choose a Didgeridoo that’s right for you and sort out the simplest most effective online video lessons to get you going. It’s proven to be worth trying, let’s do it together and get some results.

Medical Disclaimer: Here at Didgeridoo Breath, our specialty is in the field of Didgeridoo, with over 100 years of combined experience between us. We are not medical experts or professionals. Our claims are based totally on the published results in the British Medical Journal.  These claims regarding obstructive sleep apnea syndrome and snoring include didgeridoo playing can improve these disorders. Didgeridoo playing may only be considered a supplement to the advice of your medical professional.