Come learn to play the didgeridoo, an aboriginal wind instrument used for ritual and healing. Whether you've never played didge before or are an experienced player, this gathering will give you a number of tools and techniques to go deeper into your practice.
Hosted by Didge Project director AJ Block, we will cover the fundamentals of didgeridoo playing, circular breathing, rhythmic playing and using your voice to create a didgeridoo sound that is completely your own. If you’ve ever wanted to learn to play the didge or take your playing to the next level this is a great opportunity to do so.
Didgeridoos will be provided for participants who Register Online by Friday, October 17.
Phone contact (day of event): (347) 871-3866
LOCATION: We meet at the Great Hill on the Upper West side of New York’s Central Park. From the 103rd St/Central Park West entrance follow the path that leads to your left. We will be there. For the precise location, see this MAP.
More info on the didgeridoo at www.didgeproject.com