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Lewis Burns

Termite Hollowed Didgeridoo Making Class  using logs harvested by Lewis in Australia (Two Days)

 

and Playing Workshop

 

and Potluck

 

and Lewis & Friends Concert

 

 

         August 3 and 4  2013 in

Alpine, Ca.

Lewis and his brother  will harvest TEN termite hollowed sticks from Australia bringing them to us to create  musical instruments.  CLICK HERE FOR HARVESTING VIDEO. Reserve a spot early- first come first served. When spots are taken thats it. Yes two or more crafters can share a stick and fee.

 

Make a Didgeridoo yourself or share your stick with family or friend!

 

 

 

Lewis will guide you in making a truly unique masterpiece and assist with artwork

 

 

 

Please donate $225.00  (per stick) as a crafting fee.  This includes the Didgeridoo Playing Workshop and Concert!     No playing experience necessary.

  • Sat. August 3 2013
  • 10:30 Didgeridoo making starts 
  • 6:00 Playing Workshop with Lewis Burns- Open to ALL
  • 7:00 Pot Luck- kitchen and bbq available- Open to ALL
  • 8:00?? Lewis Burns & Friends Concert-Open to ALL

 

 

 

 

  • Sunday August 4 2013
  • Group Breakfast
  • Detailing Didgeridoos

 

 

While the crafting class is limited to friends  and family feel free to join us for the pot luck and evening performance!

 

Lewis is from the town of Dubbo, Australia, about a five hours drive beyond the Blue Mountains north west of Sydney. Lewis is a Wiradjuri aboriginal man, an "old school" fella that goes bush to suss out good hollow eucalyptus trees with just an axe and a hand saw (no chainsaw). He is also a highly regarded artist on canvas, murals, and woodburning. See samples of his works at

http://www.lewisburns.com 

Great time to commission him for an artwork!

VIDEO of Lewis on stage

 

Recommend that you you bring lawn chairs or blanket and flashlight.

Kids are welcome. Swimming pool open to all but watch your kids. Swing set and sandbox for young ones.

You may bring a tent and sleeping bags and camp overnight so you can relax! Like air conditioning? The Ayers Lodge in Alpine is only Six minutes away. Viejas has opened a new hotel that is 15 minutes away.  

Expected to be hot Saturday and Sunday and  brisk in mornings. Swimsuit highly suggested to cool off  and of course hats & sunscreen & lots to drink.

Bring your specialty- our foods tend to be unusually good- not the usual chips and such! We have a fire pit for barbecuing, A propane gas grill, microwave, stove, and oven along with refrigerator to store in so you can prep your Pot Luck meal.

Didgeridoo Making Class, Concert, Playing Class and Potluck

 

$20 Suggested Donation per person for concerts. $20.00 suggested donation for playing workshop. Crafters Requested donation of $225 is all inclusive:  includes playing workshop and concert.

 No one will be turned away! Donate as you can! Times are tough- we understand

PAYMENTS NOW BEING  ACCEPTED

or email warnerr @ ididge.com

 

Carpooling is suggested- check out  our  facebook link  and offer or ask!

Warners Ranch: 619-683-2637

Take I8 east or west to the TAVERN ROAD EXIT to Alpine- head south on TAVERN ROAD. Stay Right if your eastbound The ranch is 6.1 miles down Tavern road- it changes names to Japatul rd.
At 100 feet BEFORE mile marker 13 on left is a dirt road with open chain link gates. (Its in a VERY TIGHT BEND- BLUE address marker 19184) Stay to right going STRAIGHT ALL THE WAY TO VALLEY FLOOR. The ranch is just past the Spanish tiled roof house with a white barn. (signs will guide you- house number is 19184 but numbers in street out here ARE NOT IN ORDER!)
 MAP: http://recabaren.com/ididge/warnerranchdirections.pdf

Contact

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Gorangatang

Gorangutang is a Los Angeles based group that mixes live elements of funk, hip hop, rock, and organic dubstep sounding didgeridoo rhythms. The group is led by William Thoren and Tra'zae Lewis-Clinton who often perform as a duo. The band draws from a larger network of musicians for recording and performing including Josh Jones, Andrew haas, Tracey Lewis (aka Trey Lewd), Brandon Loulias, Benzel Baltimore, CJ Henderson and Garret Shider.

Website: http://www.Gorangutang.com/

 

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Ondrej Smeykal


A one-man Didgeridoo orchestra from  the Czech Republic
 You have never heard anything like this: and orchestra of sounds but only one man with one instrument, a didgeridoo, playing solo without any tracks or distortion devices!  ITS IMPOSSIBLE- but see for yourself- he does it!
Website: http://www.smeykal.com

 

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Stephen Kent

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, in 1981, as Music Director of Circus Oz he first connected with Australian Aboriginal culture and the Didjeridu.

Website:
http://www.stephenkent.net

 

 

Recommend that you you bring lawn chairs or blanket and flashlight.

Kids are welcome. Swimming pool open to all but watch your kids. Swing set and sandbox for young ones.

You may bring a tent and sleeping bags and camp overnight so you can relax! 

GREAT weather- Should be SUNNY Saturday and SUNDAY! Temperatures will range from WARM to BRISK in mornings. The recent rains have removed the fire dangers so we will have a large campfire to sit around. Smores anyone?

Bring your specialty- our foods tend to be unusually good- not the usual chips and such! We have a fire pit for barbecuing, A propane gas grill, microwave, stove, and oven along with refrigerator to store in so you can prep your Pot Luck meal.

Didgeridoo Concerts, Master Classes and Potluck

 Workshops will be held from 12pm to 6pm
 Potluck from 6:30 pm on
 Performances will begin at 8 pm

$40 Suggested Donation per person for concerts. No one will be turned away!

 

Carpooling is suggested- check out  our  facebook link  and offer or ask!

Warners Ranch: 619-683-2637

Take I8 east or west to the TAVERN ROAD EXIT to Alpine- head south on TAVERN ROAD. Stay Right if your eastbound The ranch is 6.1 miles down Tavern road- it changes names to Japatul rd.
At 100 feet BEFORE mile marker 13 on left is a dirt road with open chain link gates. (Its in a VERY TIGHT BEND-) Stay to right going STRAIGHT ALL THE WAY TO VALLEY FLOOR. The ranch is just past the Spanish tiled roof house with a white barn. (signs will guide you- house number is 19184 but numbers in street out here ARE NOT IN ORDER!)
 MAP: http://recabaren.com/ididge/​WarnerRanchDirections.pdf

Contact

[Didgeridoo] [2017] [2015] [2014-13] [Way Past]
 

 

MAY 21 2011

CONCERT & POTLUCK & WORKSHOP & DIDGE JAM

with  PAMELA MORTENSEN PamelaMortensenWaterfall

Please arrive very early- tents make for a relaxed evening! Rain or shine we go on. In the event of rain we will move inside. Good weather is expected!!

WORKSHOPS:
1:30 Danny Barber Jaw Harp (and maybe a touch of Body Percussion) workshop
2:30 Pamela Mortensen workshops: Techniques, Rhythms, Practice Techniques
4:30 Pablo workshop:  Hapi Drum Demo/ workshop
CONCERTS:
5:30 Danny Barber in concert
6:00 Pamela Mortenensen in concert!!!
EVENING:
7:00+ potluck
7:30 didge jam around fire pit through the night!

Simeon Retz  Drum leader:  impromptu drumming workshops throughout the event.
Didge Vendors & more onsite.

Concert time at 5:30

Pam will join us coming from Washington to demonstrate own unique style of playing this most unusual of instruments weaving , voice, diaphragm, intricate Middle Eastern and Eastern European rhythms with urban beats. What comes out of it are stories of modern magic and ancient mysticism, poetry, worlds that are within and without all mixed with a little light, a little dark and often with a touch of humor. Pam will also have copies of her latest album available for purchase. The concert is free and supported by your direct donations to the artist.We need to make it worthwhile for these great artists to travel to us!

Workshop at 2:30

1. Techniques at all levels - breaking down techniques into doable accomplishments during practice. This will likely cover parallel playing as well or the art of layering sounds.

 

2. Building rhythms and composition - how rhythms can be built into phrases to form a cohesive song.

 

3. Practice techniques - what would be some good habits while the player sits down to practice. This would probably cover connecting with the instrument in a way to get a deeper and richer experience while playing.  

 

We will run it almost like a master class where people can let me know where they are in their playing, where they would like to be so I have a sense of what they would like to accomplish. So far it's been very well received and pretty successful. 

This class is recommended beginners through expert

Fee: $20.00+ donation suggested

http://www.pamelamortensen.com

 

 

 

Pablo Ledesma:  Hapi Demo & Workshop:

4:30 Pablo demos Hapi Drum and Workshop

 Bring your Hapi and join Pablo’s workshop. If you do not own one  he will have extras to try out. If you haven’t heard these mesmerizing drums that anyone can play then this is a perfect workshop

and DANNY BARBERdanny_200x285  Slap-Jazz          Jaw Harp

to get you started!

Venders:

Concert 5:30

Workshop 1:30

Danny will join us at our jam and will be offering a class in Jaw Harp and Body Percussion. If you havent seen this master check out the links- he is amazing! The workshop is by donation (bring your harp!) . Danny will bring some harps and make them available for purchase

Danny Barber ‘Body Percussion’ and Hang

 http://es.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&VideoID=20027744

Danny Barber Plays Jaw Harp: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8169136932705050493

Latest Video- BELLYDANCING and SLAP JAZZ Combined:

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50CQ6UdJnmk&feature=player_embedded

 

D i d g e r i d o o J a c k:

Jack will bring a large selection of didge’s for sale and that you can try out. Great opportunity for beginners to select the right instrument and get lots of help getting started.

Kitty Cantrell

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    Kitty will be showing a few of her amazing sculptures where she seems to capture an animals spirit.

    Visit http://www.kittycantrell.com to view her quality works. 

 

 

Bring the family- we are kid friendly!

SWIMMING POOL – Bring swim suites for  kids and yourself. Watch your little ones if they are swimming- no lifeguard on duty.
 

KIDS TENT for play and rest will be set up near firepit so we can keep an eye on them

SWING SET and TEETER-TOTTER, Sand, toys, etc are there to play with.


Overnight in sleeping bag/tent is fine. Great way to make for a relaxed night.
If you have someone that would like to join our list email warnerr@ididge.com


Join us at Warners ranch at 10 am on. We will sit around a very large warm fire that Is suitable for cooking. BRING A FLASHLIGHT, CHAIR, BLANKET.

USE THESE DIRECTIONS- gps and google are usually wrong: DOWNLOAD THESE DIRECTIONS

Take I8 east or west to the TAVERN ROAD EXIT to Alpine- head south on TAVERN ROAD.  Stay Right if your eastbound  The ranch is 6.1 miles down Tavern road- it changes names to Japatul rd.
At 100 feet BEFORE mile marker 13 on left is a dirt road with open chain link gates. (Its in a VERY TIGHT BEND-)  Stay to right going STRAIGHT ALL THE WAY TO VALLEY FLOOR. The ranch is just past the Spanish tiled roof house with a white barn. (signs will guide you- house number is 19184 but numbers in street out here ARE NOT IN ORDER!)

ABOUT OUR POTLUCKS:
We are quite proud of our potlucks- we enjoy dining with fine wines and unusual beers. Quality counts! You will find very few folks bringing chips and dips: Foods that are often brought are Lobster, Tri-tip, Lasagna, Gourmet soups, Seafood Paella, etc.  Vegetarian dishes are always popular! The campfire is suitable for cooking and we have a large propane grill along with kitchen: stove , microwave, refrigerator so you can warm up your dish or do some final touches.

Please pass this information on to those who would appreciate it. We will have our usual Pot luck & jam after the show.

past events:

Didge Jam and Pot Luck at Kitty Cantrells in Ramona March 13 4:00-9:00

Didge, Drum, Flute gathering. Pot luck as always featuring quality foods- we LOVE to eat well! A small fire that also serves as warmer and BBQ to help drive away any cold air. Dress warmly and bring lots of positive energy and a dish- it is going to be hard to top the SEAFOOD PAELLA from our last event but we will try! Guests are welcome. Expect about 12 atendees, but who knows! Pictures of Kittys past jams: http://recabaren.com/ididge/html/kitty_cantrel_jam_0.html

19720 hwy 78
ramona,ca  92065
(760)807-9109

hummmm...best way to get here....if you were coming up hwy78 from escondido. I’m bout 7 miles east of the wild animal park.1st sign of houses..bunch o' mail boxs and a bus-stop sign at horizon view.wooden sign.its a dirt road on your right.turn there n' hit the breaks.im the 1st dirt road on your left.soon as you leave the pavement.my land is alongside the hwy.sign post has the numbers,a no tresspass sign,and a homemade sign that says "el camino del gato muerto".big chainlink gate is always hangin open. Now....comin from the other direction....if your on main street in ramona,goin east,your gonna turn  left on 10th/hwy 78.theres an am-pm
mini mart gas station on the corner.woodwards country store is across the street.go on hwy 78 awhile [like your headed to escondido]..past weekend villa road.past indian oaks road.very next turn you can make when you pass indian oaks is horizon view.turn left onto it.

 

Ondrej Smeykalondrejsmekal

A one-man Didgeridoo orchestra from  the Czech Republic

 JANUARY 2 2010 in ALPINE. You have never heard anything like this- the links below are one man with one instrument, a didgeridoo, playing solo without any tracks or distortion devices!  ITS IMPOSSIBLE- but see for yourself- he does it!

 WORKSHOP/FULL CONCERT/JAM/POTLUCK

 hours changed- 2-4 Smeklal leads a Didgeridoo playing workshop, 5-6:30 Smeykal  concert, 7-12+ potluck/jam

 

 

WILLIAM THOREN: 4-5 CONCERT & “The Low Note” WORKSHOP FROM ONSTAGE!  This is a chance to explore an unusual technique that makes your didge seem like a lower player.

William will play a short concert and have an interactive workshop on playing the drop drone technique that enables one to play a drone note an octave below the normal drone of a didgeridoo. I will also go over the proper way to circular breathe for this method as well as other techniques around developing notes that are lower than the didge’s fundamental note!  Workshop/ concert fee by donation

Meet William: http://www.williamthoren.com/www.williamthoren.com/About_Will.html Check out the amazing didges he creates to take advantage of his technique.

 

Meet Ondrej: http://www.smeykal.com/eng/index.php

check out his music- you wont believe this is one man live:

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ugzf6DtIOU&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nby1nI4fTw&feature=fvw

Bring the family- we are kid friendly! This month we have a FULL LENGTH CONCERT - Come and listen- they DONATE IF YOU LIKE THEM!


Overnight in sleeping bag/tent is fine.- it gets to down to 30- bring warm stuff

If you have someone that would like to join our list email warnerr@ididge.com


Join us at Warners ranch between 2:00 and 12:00. It gets cold here...so wear your long undies and we will sit around a very large warm fire that Is suitable for cooking. Layer your clothes while it will be cold the fire gets HOT within the stone circle! BRING A FLASHLIGHT, CHAIR, BLANKET.  If the weather turns on us we will gather inside- so rain or shine: don't let the weather stop you!

USE THESE DIRECTIONS- gps and google are wrong:

Take I8 east or west to the TAVERN ROAD EXIT to Alpine- head south on TAVERN ROAD.  Stay Right if your eastbound  The ranch is 6.1 miles down Tavern road- it changes names to Japatul rd.
At 100 feet BEFORE mile marker 13 on left is a dirt road with open chain link gates. Stay to right going STRAIGHT ALL THE WAY TO VALLEY FLOOR. The ranch is just past the Spanish tiled roof house with a white barn. (signs will guide you- house #is 19184 but numbers out here ARE NOT IN ORDER!)

 

please pass this information on to those who would appreciate it. We will have our usual Pot luck & jam after the show.


We are quite proud of our potlucks- we enjoy dining with wines and beers quality counts! Foods that are often brought are Lobster, Tri-tip, Lasagna, Gourmet soups, etc.  Vegan is always enjoyed! The campfire is suitable for cooking and we have a large propane grill along with kitchen: stove , microwave, refrigerator so you can warm up your dish or do some final touches.

2009:Oct. 3:2:00 to 5 Sound Healing workshop,JeremyDonovan 5:00 to 9 potluck/jam

TRADITIONAL HEALING EXPERIENCE WITH JEREMY DONOVAN

Jeremy Donovan ( Yongurra Yerin ) is a Descendant of both the Gumbainngirr Nation Nth NSW and the Kuku-Yalanji Nation of Far Nth Qld, Australia. 
Jeremy has been playing didgeridoo for over 12yrs in both traditional and contemporary shows. Jeremy was taught traditional healing work by his Grandfather and Uncle, it is all part of his families traditional Lore. For many years Jeremy only practiced his work while on his community in Nth QLD. In early 2008 Jeremy was encouraged by family and community members to share his work outside the community. Jeremy will be running a Sacred Didgeridoo Healing Experience day followed with  a didgeridoo jam Ceremony 3rd October 2009
 

WORKSHOP/CEREMONY  $50.00 donation suggested. The jam/potluck is free but we ask that you donate as you can.

Pablo will be organizing this event as I have a commitment this evening. Pablo: pledesma@cox.net  
If you have specific questions you may email Jeremy at  healing@jeremydonovan.com.au
Read more about him at http://www.jeremydonovan.com.au


Overnight in sleeping bag- please inform us as we have limited room.

Hours are subject to change- watch your emails. If you have someone that would like to join our list email warnerr@ididge.com


Join us at Melindas home in Alpine, Ca. The healing ceremony is open to all- please pass this information on to those who would appreciate it.We will have our usual Pot luck & jam @5.


We are quite proud of our potlucks- we enjoy dining with wines and beers quality counts! Foods that are often brought are Lobster, Tri-tip, Lasagna, Gourmet soups, etc.



1468 Midway Place in Alpine.    Directions: I-8 east to Tavern, south on Tavern to 4-way stop at Arnold, turn West (right), take first 
Right onto Midway Drive,  go .7 mile to a left at Midway Place (heading south again). Cross the bridge and go up the hill, keep to 
the right at the "Y". Take the right turn before  passing the white mailboxes, come straight back into the driveway flanked by the low rock wall.



It will be a good idea to turn around while it is light outside. Melinda may be contacted at 619-672-0580
 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9g592I-p-dc

Using the Ancient Didgeridoo, Traditional Chants and Body work, Jeremy can take people deep into the realms of the Dreamtime.

Jeremy runs both 2hr and 4 hr workshops and also offers 1 1/2 hr sessions for individuals. Jeremy talks and offers an insight into the traditional healing practices of the Far Northern Queensland Aboriginal people. The vibration of the didgeridoo on the body accompanied by the chants is something that has been practiced in the rainforest for in excess of 5000yrs.

In addition to the Healing Jeremy talks about the connection to Ancestral Spirits and the Animals and how they play such a strong role in the shaping of our lives.

Jeremy's traditional healings are designed to support the movement of negative stored energy that we as humans hold onto. The Didgeridoo's vibration enters the body shaking our cells and breaking through the tissues where we store such energy, then with traditional chants these energies are moved from our bodies into the Spirit World where they can be healed.

Jeremy Donovan
Descends from both the Kuku Yalanji tribe of Far Northern Queensland and the Gumbaynngirr tribe of Northern New South Wales, but represents Australian Aboriginal Culture as a whole.

Jeremy is recognised around the world as one of Australia's Finest Aboriginal performers. Jeremy shares his life and personal stories through music, art, dance and healing with thousands of people each year from all corners of the world.

Jeremy's passion for his culture is infectious, he mesmerises his audience with his masterful Didgeridoo playing.

"I teach people through my music, dance, stories and art. There is nothing in this world that gives me greater pleasure as sharing my peoples history with people who come from lands far and wide."

Jeremy is quickly becoming recognised as one of the Australia's fastest growing young Aboriginal Artists, with four sell out solo exhibitions in Australia and the USA and artwork being displayed throughout the world, becoming a very collectable artist.

"I love my culture, i am very proud of where I come from. When I perform I want people to feel my pride. When i share my stories I want people to be touched. I want my songs and the Didgeridoo to resonate through there entire body. When I play didgeridoo, when I sing, when I dance, when I paint, I want people to be able come on a journey with me. I want people to know my life and my incredible culture."


http://www.jeremydonovan.com.au/art_photo_show/index.html


Artwork - Jeremy Donovan is one of Australia's most recognisable Didgeridoo performers,but internationally Jeremy is recognised as one of the most collectable young indigenous artists. Jeremy uses traditionally inspired stories and portrays them with a modern edge. Jeremy's paintings are all individual. If you are interested in commissioning Jeremy to paint an individual piece for your collection, home or office please contact Jeremy to speak about the Specifics.

 

JULY 16 2009: Gathering at Kitty’s, Ramona, Ca. 4:59 to 9:00

Didge, Drum, Flute, etc. gathering JULY 11 in RAMONA at Kitty’s home between 4:59-9:00. Pot luck as always featuring quality foods- we LOVE to eat well! A small fire that also serves as warmer and BBQ to help drive away any cold air- if it occurs. Dress warmly and bring lots of positive energy. Guests are welcome.

Kitty is an amazing artist and awsome didge player! Be shure to check out her website http://www.kittycantrell.com

19720 hwy 78

ramona,ca  92065

(760)807-9109

May 16 Gathering at Melinda’s, Alpine, Ca. 4:59 to 9:00

Bring your didge, drum, flutes, Fujairah.... and join us at Melinda’s home in Alpine, Pot luck as usual.  Plan for 8 to 15 at these smaller gatherings. Beginners are welcome and there are almost always didge’s to try and many for sale.

Meet us at 1468 Midway Place in Alpine.    Directions: I-8 east to Tavern, south on Tavern to 4-way stop at Arnold, turn West (right), take first Right onto Midway Drive,  go .7 mile to a left at Midway Place (heading south again). Now the fun part - Cross the bridge and go up the hill, keep to the right at the "Y". Take the right turn before  passing the white mailboxes, come straight back into the driveway flanked by the low rock wall.

It will be a good idea to turn around while it is light outside.  The driveway is big but can get awkward when full. Melinda may be contacted at 619-672-0580

For the shortest driving distance possible volunteer to host a gathering- it’s easy! Contact Warner at 619-683-2637.
If you hear of any didge players touring the US that might be passing by our region lets contact them for a gathering/ workshop/concert. San Diego seems to get bypassed and  lumped in with Los Angeles despite our having one of the largest active didge playing community in the country!

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Mark your calendars: August 14, 15, 16 - the LAST JT! Near Fishcamp close to Yosemite.  http://www.jtdidgefest.com   - don’t miss it!

Also August 7, 8, 9 in Oregon –InDidjInUs
http://bhumsiva.com/indidjinus-gathering

MARCH JAM WAS AWSOME- check PAST JAMS for pictures and movies!

 

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Didgeridoo Playing Workshop taught by Lewis Burns 4:15-5:15, an Australian native of the Talbragar Wiradjuri mob SOLD OUT

This workshops fun! Beginners especially will benifit with Lewis’s methods of teaching you to circular breathe. Animal sounds are his specialty- learn to play a dingo with another dingo responding  in the distance. Learn about aboriginal life and more. After Lewis your lessons join us around the campfire as we all play together. Cost if the workshop is estimated at $20.00- but free to Didge Workshop Attendees.


DANNY BARBER Jaw Harp and Body Percussion Workshop 5:00-6+

IT WAS GREAT-see PAST JAMS for pictures and movies!

Danny will join us at our jam and will be offering a class in Jaw Harp and Body Percussion. If you havent seen this master check out the links- he is amazing! The workshop is $20.00 (bring your harp!) . Danny will bring some harps and make them available as a workshop/harp package for $35.00.

Danny Barber ‘Body Percussion’ and Hang http://es.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&VideoID=20027744

Danny Barber Plays Jaw Harp: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8169136932705050493danny_200x285

 

Jake Lundberg POI TWIRLING Workshop 5:00-6+

 GREAT TEACHER! -see PAST JAMS for pictures and movies!

Learn how to twirl Poi fire pots. Jake will have practice Poi’s available  for learning. Impromptu classes may form during didge play. Donations to Jake are appreciated.

 

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Please find and invite DANCERS, Poi twirlers, Didge, flute, etc.. players that would complement the music and we can always use a drummer- particularly native American style.