On July 1, 2017 a group of 20 didgeridoo players gathered in New York City for Didge Project’s annual free event: The Central Park Didgeridoo Gathering. Participants were introduced to a number of new rhythms and playing techniques and practiced playing in a “rhythm circle,” as shown in the video. The Central Park Didgeridoo Gathering serves to build community, to connect people and to provide space for group music making. Thank you to everyone who came and supported this event.
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Special thanks to the volunteers:
Narin Kerim – video camera
Brian Fleishman – teaching
Herb Brooks – video and photo camera