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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!

1. SOL-R + KYLE RAVIN + DB CREW
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! !

2. MATSUMOTO ZOKU
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.

3. ONDREJ SMEYKAL
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.

5. JEREMY CLOAKE YIDAKI WORKSHOPS
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.

How to Play Didgeridoo with Eggshakers (percussion)

Posted: Wednesday, January 11, 2012 in External Videos

In this Didgeridoo Dojo lesson Sanshi demonstrates how to play the didgeridoo with eggshakers.

For more didgeridoo lessons and learn to play videos goto http://didgeridoodojo.com
Check out percussion eggshakers at Didgeridoo Breath: http://www.didgeridoobreath.com/Egg-Shakers-Percussion-Instruments-p/egg-shaker.htm

Category: Music
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How to do the didgeridoo gargling vocal – Didgeridoo Dojo Lesson

Posted: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 in External Videos

This is a sneak preview at one of the many lessons at Didgeridoo Dojo. This technique is perfect for playing an amazing kookaburra sound on the didgeridoo. For more information visit http://www.didgeridoodojo.com

Category: Howto & Style
Uploaded by: DidgeridooBreath
Hosted: youtube

How to do the didgeridoo gargling vocal – Didgeridoo Dojo Lesson

Posted: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 in External Videos

This is a sneak preview at one of the many lessons at Didgeridoo Dojo. This technique is perfect for playing an amazing kookaburra sound on the didgeridoo. For more information visit http://www.didgeridoodojo.com

For more Didgeridoo Videos, Didgeridoo Lessons & How To Play Didgeridoo resources head to http://www.didgeridoodojo.com

Category: Howto & Style
Uploaded by: DidgeridooBreath
Hosted: youtube

How to do the didgeridoo gargling vocal – Didgeridoo Dojo Lesson

Posted: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 in External Videos

This is a sneak preview at one of the many lessons at Didgeridoo Dojo. This technique is perfect for playing an amazing kookaburra sound on the didgeridoo. For more information visit http://www.didgeridoodojo.com

For more Didgeridoo Videos, Didgeridoo Lessons & How To Play Didgeridoo resources head to http://www.didgeridoodojo.com

Category: Howto & Style
Uploaded by: DidgeridooBreath
Hosted: youtube

Didgeridoo cheek training at the beach! 2 new videos for you

Posted: Wednesday, April 6, 2011 in Info & Education, Videos

Today we take you down to our local beach to show you a great practice technique to build up your didgeridoo playing strength and stamina.

You can try this in the ocean, in a bucket of water or in your bathtub. Have fun!

How to Play Didgeridoo – Technique: Tooting, Overtones, Horns Video 3 of 3

Posted: Monday, November 15, 2010 in External Videos

How-to didgeridoo playing video on the technique tooting (or overtones, horns… whatever you want to call them). This is video 3 of 3

For more How To Play Didgeridoo & Didgeridoo Lesson Resources head to our website:
http://www.didgeridoobreath.com/mp3-didgeridoo-lessons-s/177.htm

Category: Music
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How to Play Didgeridoo – Technique: Tooting, Overtones, Horns Video 3 of 3

Posted: Monday, November 15, 2010 in External Videos

How-to didgeridoo playing video on the technique tooting (or overtones, horns… whatever you want to call them). This is video 3 of 3

For more How To Play Didgeridoo & Didgeridoo Lesson Resources head to our website:
http://www.didgeridoobreath.com/mp3-didgeridoo-lessons-s/177.htm

Category: Music
Uploaded by: DidgeridooBreath
Hosted: youtube

How to Play Didgeridoo – Technique: Tooting, Overtones, Horns Video 3 of 3

Posted: Monday, November 15, 2010 in External Videos

How-to didgeridoo playing video on the technique tooting (or overtones, horns… whatever you want to call them). This is video 3 of 3

For more How To Play Didgeridoo & Didgeridoo Lesson Resources head to our website:
http://www.didgeridoobreath.com/mp3-didgeridoo-lessons-s/177.htm

Category: Music
Uploaded by: DidgeridooBreath
Hosted: youtube

How to Play Didgeridoo – Technique: Tooting, Overtones, Horns Video 2 of 3

Posted: Monday, November 15, 2010 in External Videos

How-to didgeridoo playing video on the technique tooting (or overtones, horns… whatever you want to call them). This is video 2 of 3

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For more Didgeridoo Videos, Didgeridoo Lessons & How To Play Didgeridoo resources head to http://www.didgeridoodojo.com

Category: Music
Uploaded by: DidgeridooBreath
Hosted: youtube