Fundraising Giveaway!

The Walkabout Family is going for a big adventure, we will spend the next two years in London. If you want to participate in it, read here how to! The challenge will be bigger since I’m going to study, but we want to face the challenge as a family. We have been trying several ways […]

Didgeridoo Wows Cows 2

Andrea Furlan is an italian didgeridoo player and maker living in England. He has been making some very interesting fiberglass didgeridoos with fabrics from several countries, the sound and look of these instruments is very cool, I recommend a visit to his website to see more about him and his work. Here I would like […]

Letting some didgeridoos go… 1

The Walkabout Family is leaving Portugal. We are moving to London because I was offered a place at Guildhall School of Music and Drama’s course on Leadership. Since this involves a very big change and some challenges, we are starting a detachment process so we can concentrate all energies in this new adventure. The first […]

Mini concert for families 1

Music exists for the audience. Each musician has a target audience. I particularly love to play for kids and families, among others… Saturday, March 14th, I was lucky enough to participate in a very nice project called “Música pra ti” (Music for you) by CCB, Centro Cultural de Belém, in Lisbon. This project created by […]

Didgysnake Didgeridoos

Here is a small video showcasing the last Didgysnake didgeridoos I have with me. Made by Daniel Matos, a portuguese artist living in Switzerland, those instruments are inspired by Marko Johnson’s Didgeboxes. In this video you can see the evolution in Daniel’s work, the very first instrument on the video was among the first Didgysnake […]