Updated November 14, 2014
Didgeridoo Circle with Petro Bass
Monthly Workshop & Didgeridoo Meditation in Lake Worth, FL
Come learn, listen and play. Have fun and enjoy the healing sounds of the didgeridoo. Petro Bass, world renowned percussionist, welcomes you to jpinbhim in giving homage to the Aborignal people and the didgeridoo. Bring your own didge or borrow one from Petro. Bring a pillow, blanket or yoga mat. No fee, but a Love Donation to support the studio is encouraged.
Sunday, Nov 16, 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: The Cozy Yogi Studio, 307 Lake Ave, Lake Worth , FL 33460
FREE! Weekly Drum Circle - Bring Your Didge
North Hollywood, CA
Tuesday, Nov 18, 2014
6:30 to 8:00 PM FREE!
Wednesday, Nov 19, 2014
6:30 to 8:00 PM $3.00
Didgeridoos and all other rhythm instruments welcome. Free Community Drum Circle at the REMO Recreational Music Center. No experience necessary. All ages and levels welcome. Drums provided by REMO. Tuesday drum circles are facilitated by Board Certified Music Therapists with experience creating and implementing programs using rhythm and percussion for rehabilitation, health maintenance, and life enhancement. Wednesday drum circles welcome all forms of musical expression and dance in an "open mike" setting with no facilitator.
Where: The REMO Recreational Music Center, 7308 Coldwater Canyon Ave., North Hollywood, CA, 91605
Stephen Kent's Upcoming Performances
With beginnings in Uganda, and the seed sown there of a lifetime of interest in global cultures, it is no surprise that Stephen Kent has traveled the world, living at various times in Africa, England, Spain, Australia and, for the last 15 years, The San Francisco Bay Area. In Australia, as Music Director of Circus Oz, he first connected with Australian Aboriginal culture and the Didgeridoo. Stephen is an extraordinary didgeridoo player, host of "Music of the World" on KPFK, a music educator, master of ceremonies, and a Cricket fan. For tour dates click here!
Listen to Stephen's music here:
Workshops & Didgeridoo Meditations in New York, NY
Didge Project is a didge awareness movement started by AJ Block and Tyler Sussman. Listening to the didgeridoo, having it played around the body, and feeling its powerful vibrations can facilitate deep meditation and enhance energy flow. The didgeridoo is a spiritual wind instrument that can be played for music, meditation and peace of mind. In this workshop we will discuss how abrasive vibrations negatively affect the human body and how natural vibrations can be used to rejuvenate and heal. The discussion will be followed by an extended group didgeridoo meditation (approximately 45 minutes) in which participants set their intentions for entering this deep state of relaxation. For event dates click here!
Paradiso's Upcoming Performances
A producer and composer, Paradiso formed his own record label over a decade ago and has produced five collaborative albums. Didjeridoo artist, producer and sound therapist Paradiso (Paradiso Turturici) has performed in prestigious venues nationwide including Carnegie Hall, festivals, and spiritual and metaphysical events. He tours internationally with his fiancée, singing bowl alchemist Rasamayi. He is an intuitive musician who is also proficient with the gongs, Theremin, keyboards and percussion. For tour dates click here!
Private Didgeridoo Lessons
Palm Springs, California
Make an appointment with Barry Martin at L.A.Outback for personal didgeridoo instruction. Whether you're stepping in as a novice or with intermediate playing skills, you'll take away heaps of info, technique and encouragement. Barry has taught hundreds of people to play over the years (including Jeff Probst of Survivor pictured with Barry here), and Ernie Fields who played on American Idol. He has also recorded didgeridoo for numerous TV and film projects, and is currently the didgeridoo player heard in Outback Steakhouse commercials.
$55 for 1 hour private session in Palm Springs, CA, or online Skype Session.
Call 760-992-5982 to schedule your lesson.
Need a didgeridoo player for film, television, studio recordings or special events? Feel free to contact Barry directly on 760-992-5982.