William MacGavin is a didgeridoo maker and player from Temecula, California, currently residing in Birmingham, Alabama. Will recently graduated with an Architectural Engineering degree, focusing on the relationship between structure and vibrations.
Producer, Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist, Instrument Maker, Visionary, World traveler, Founder of "Mandala World Music" an international ethnic fusion world music group with people from all around the world.
Jeremiah has been performing Didgeridoo on stages across the western states for 20 years. He brings together the sounds of the ancient and the modern from all over the world.
He is now working with a team of software developers to create the worlds first app for learning to build didgeridoo rhythms, and compose songs. Jeremiah is also creating a didgeridoo written language he calls the DidgIt Syllabary.
The mysticism of the Australian trumpet, known as the "didgeridoo", has found in the musician Dan Flynn new modes of expression, transcendent emotions and danceable beats. His experience as a drummer enriches his unique approach, as he integrates simultaneously the didgeridoo and various percussion accessories to produce a sound best described as "organic electronica". The sound is often referred to as "astral" or "cosmic".
Lewis Burns is a Tubba-Gah Wiradjuri man born and living in Dubbo, NSW Australia. He has been learning about his Aboriginal culture for as long as he can remember. He continues to practice and respect these life skills each day and still learns and grows from this ancient knowledge.
Primarily a keyboard player, Pamela Mortensen started playing didgeridoo in 2005 and has since become one of the best women players in the United States. Her music is a blend of voice, dynamics and snappy rhythms drawn from urban and belly dancing beats. Together with a stomp box and a battery of hand percussion, Mortensen's strength in songwriting comes through to delighted audiences all over the West Coast and British Columbia.
Jamie Orfanella has been a professional musician and educator for 30 years and has performed, taught and run clinics across the United States, Germany and Taiwan. He has a degree in music education from the University of North Texas where he was a member of the North Texas Jazz Singers and several lab bands and jazz combos.
Tyler Spencer’s life’s work is dedicated to the crafting and playing of the didjeridu. These pursuits have taken him around the world and helped forge strong ties to the didjeridu community. He is regarded by many to be the most influential didjeridu player in the northwestern United States.