Didgeridoo sounds fill the valley The Tamar Valley will be alive with the sounds of didgeridoos next Wednesday, August 1 when Chris Holland fills the surrounding trails and woodlands with the eerie sounds of the Australian instrument. Holland, who is better known as the Didgeridoo Man, will mix music, story telling, earth painting, bushcraft, games … Read more
I am excited about going up to Lincoln to lead two days of didgeridoo and environmental art in the arboretum, as part of an international arts week. Will post some photos later but in the meantime click this link to see the poster http://abbeyaccesslincoln.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/International-Arts-Week-2012-poster2.pdf
Here is a link to an interview that the year 6 bloggers at Holbrook Primary School made when I visited their school. The questions are very fine indeed. Nice work you bloggers! http://holbrookaustraliayear.wordpress.com/2011/11/14/sometimes-i-feel-i-am-dancing-in-the-music-an-interview-with-the-didgeridoo-man-chris-holland/
HI Folks – here is a short vocal and didgeridoo improvisation I did in Steeple Ashton’s (WILTS UK) church…it surprised me… it might you too! Let me know if you like it or not. And if you do, why. Thanks there is another, more traditional didgeridoo piece too…didgeridoo in the dark 2. Love Chris
Please watch this video if you want to know more about what is going on in Australia now, even after the apology there is much to do… you could help by making a donation to survival international if you felt moved to. I do every year.
11th Oct 2011 Chris performed to Earlsmead Primary School and led a morning of didgeridoo workshops and an afternoon of Aboriginal tales storytelling and re-telling.
Chris has just teamed up with party planners green ant to provide some antipodean flavour for parties, teambuilding and events…. in honour of the white ants that make didgeridoos… here is a link to their website! Version:1.0 www.greenantevents.com/
HI Folks, in the spirit of engaging with the smartphone world, I have posted a few videos of myself playing didgeridoo in various places…here are some links to them youtu.be/1sk2x6ubSNo youtu.be/_6DrsMfI6UE youtu.be/Y0_YJ_EgLa8
Press release Devon’s Didgeridooman plays didge to Eric Clapton and some of England’s finest sports personalities at Charity Ashes Bash in London Chris Holland, Devon based didgeridoo and bushcraft teacher, opened the Bunbery Bashes in Europes’ largest ball room at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London on Saturday night, with a solo didgeridoo performance. … Read more
Chris is playing didgeridoo in the Firestone pub in Exeter for Australia Day, 2009. As part of a promotion in association with Fosters, chris will be performing some of his own music, telling some dreamtime stories, and playing along to some drovers songs performed by the Otterton Bush Band. Come along and sing along, have … Read more