Bruce Rogers began teaching Didgeridoo in 1990; known for his concise and entertaining method, he has been a featured presenter at many music festivals. His performance work covers a broad range of styles, including folk, ambient, pop, jazz, classical, and world music. Since 1994, Bruce has worked full-time as a didgeridoo maker, and it is for his beautifully crafted instruments that he is awarded the highest respect. Having made his first didgeridoos in 1992, he has gained a reputation for making rich and clear sounding instruments, which are suitable for both experts and beginners alike. These days, his didgeridoos are highly sought after in Australia and around the world. Bruce’s aim is to bridge the gap between past and present, by promoting the Didgeridoo as an instrument for all ages, cultures and people.