Ididgeridoo is all about sharing, supporting and promoting the didgeridoo alongside increasing awareness of all aspects of Australian indigenous, aboriginal, history and customs.
Creator of Ididgeridoo, Matt Willems (aka Copperman) has been playing didgeridoo since 2005 when he met didge virtuoso Nick Burman. Learning to play swiftly turned from a hobby into an obsession with Matt starting to make his own instruments in 2006 and progressing providing school workshops by 2008. Since then Matt is proud to have established himself as a highly reputable teacher, maker and player of didgeridoos.
Over recent years, school workshops have become more and more popular so Matt decided to start something specifically focused on education, and Ididgeridoo was born!
Matt has visited Australia several times, travelling throughout the Northern territory and Western Australia, learning about the indigenous aboriginal culture, customs and didgeridoo, as well as experiencing the contemporary side of the country.
Matt believes that an important part of learning is sharing and passing on knowledge, he has taught didgeridoo in numerous schools, and at events for groups as well as on an individual basis.
For any age and skill level, playing the didgeridoo is fun for everyone, and learning along the way is a bonus. All sessions are interactive requiring audience participation, whether playing didgeridoo, creating some art or making and throwing boomerangs.
Matt Willems is available for educational workshops, group workshops, and individual tuition. Each booking is tailored to suit the needs of the client.
Contact us now to arrange your booking.