Didgeridoo Workshop - Free of Charge!
Come see and play!
By Ryan Nemec
December 11th - 7:00 - 8:30
The Meditation Learning Center - 1030 West 9th Street, Mesa AZ
The didgeridoo, traditionally a hollowed-out tree trunk, has been played by Aboriginal Australians for at least 1500 years, and is known for its otherworldly sound. It is both simple and challenging to play. It’s physically and mentally relaxing (due to the breath work involved). It’s a gateway to educational lessons in geography, history, science, culture, art and reading. And most of all, it’s extremely fun to play!
This workshop is a totally interactive and hands-on workshop. Participants learn how to play the didgeridoo, including vocalizing and creating simple rhythms, with beginner instruments. Participants will be mesmerized, inspired and motivated as they enjoy a one-of-a kind multicultural music experience.
You will be amazed as Didgeridoo player and teacher Ryan Nemec works with participants to…
… use your didgeridoo or make a beginner PVC didgeridoo for $10.00
… learn how to drone and use sound variations such as tonguing and animal calls.
… learn the fundamental concepts of circular breathing.
… learn about Australia and Aboriginal culture.
… partake in an uplifting jam session!
Learn how the Didgeridoo can enhance mindfulness in one's life.
To register and for more information about this free workshop visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/didgeridoo-workshop-tickets-52501056072