How do you didgeridoo?

HI! Chris Holland here. I am a professional didgeridoo player, author, nature connection & creative outdoor learning practitioner.  I have been teaching didgeridoo in schools since 1999.

Playing didgeridoo connects me to my breath, the rhythm of the moment and the place I am playing in. I think it is such an ancient and earthy sound. I am reminded I am part of Nature – it’s one of the reasons I like playing and teaching so much.

I have been given the Aboriginal name Daku, it means sand hill in the Dayari language.

I perform didgeridoo music & re-tell stories. I provide excellent Australia, didgeridoo and aboriginal earth art workshops for schools and festivals. Here is a couple of testimonials:

“I knew it would be good and atmospheric but never expected it to be so musical. World Class. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.” Simon, after my performance at his 60th wedding anniversary party.

“I would highly recommend Chris to any school, any age group and any one wanting a brilliant time!” Leanne Sims, Class teacher

I deliver outstanding, fun and effective team building events too, as well as giving one to one lessons to private students.

I am grateful to all those that have gone before me… ancestors, explorers, my teachers and all the tubes of wood, plastic, metal, pottery and hoover pipes that have enabled me to play didgeridoo today!

Click here (below) to hear some didgeridooness, listen to more via the soundcloud widget up to the right

or explore the rest of my website, thank you.

 chris holland