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Rock paintings on caves have established that the didgeridoo has been used as a musical instrument for at least 20,000 years. The haunting tones of the didgeridoo are created by the vibrating of the player’s lips. Since every branch has its own unique shape, no two didgeridoos sound exactly alike. The didgeridoo is almost unique in the world of music in its use of a technique called circular breathing. This allows the player to breathe while producing continuous sound.

What you'll get

This class will explore the basic techniques such as drone, vocals and circular breathing, to get you playing your first notes.

We will have a Q&A session that will cover most questions associated with the history and it’s origins.

what to bring

  • Your didge (if you have one. No worries if you don’t)
  • Water bottle