Didgeridoo Down Under: Amazing Virtual Programs!


We offer 5 virtual programs: 1) Didgeridoo Down Under Show (variety program for kids & families) 2) Aussie Funk Jam (didgeridoo workshop for tweens & teens) 3) Music & More from Down Under and Beyond (didgeridoo concert for adults) 4) Protect the Planet: Earth Science & Ecological Entertainment (science show for kids) 5) Adventures of the Wild, Wild Wolf: Unleash Your Inner Author! (storytelling & motivational show for kids) 1) The DDU Show is an energetic fusion of Australian music, culture, puppetry, comedy, storytelling and audience participation. The didgeridoo has been played by Aboriginal Australians for at least 1,500 years, and is known for its otherworldly sound. But DDU is more than music. It’s interactive, educational and super fun! DDU is perfect for 2021 SRP theme “Animals” … – Our didgeridoo music includes many Australian animal sounds. – We display photos of Aussie wildlife (among many other props). – We include a section of comedic and educational animal puppetry. – Our interactive storytelling involves kids acting as various animals. – We promote environmentalism and protecting all creatures! 2) Aussie Funk Jam is a unique, hands-on musical workshop. Participants learn how to play the didgeridoo – including animal sounds and basic rhythms – with household items such as cardboard tubes. The workshop facilitator also shows how homemade didgeridoos can be decorated. 3) Music & More from Down Under and Beyond is a visionary program created by virtuoso didgeridoo player and master multimedia producer Rob Thomas. Rob mixes funky didgeridoo rhythms, worldly percussion instruments and relaxing soundscapes ... while immersing the audience in stunning virtual landscapes. 4) Protect the Planet takes audience members on an epic scientific adventure, from the birth of the universe to the age of the dinosaurs to the modern world ... all while being immersed in awe-inspiring visuals and the pulsing rhythms of the didgeridoo. 5) Unleash Your Inner Author is an entertaining, educational and motivational program by children’s author Tanya Gerard. Tanya and her husband Rob have raised wolves and wolf-dog hybrids as pets for 20 years. Their pets – and their love of nature and storytelling – inspired Tanya to write two children’s books, The Adventures of the Wild, Wild Wolf, and a soon-to-be-published sequel. Tanya is now on a mission to motivate children to practice reading and writing, and to unlock their own inner author.

Additional Information

Contact Person

Darren Liebman

Email Address


Work Phone Number



14650 Bournemouth Rd.





Program Type

We offer 5 virtual programs for libraries:1) Didgeridoo Down Under Show (variety program for kids & families)2) Aussie Funk Jam (didgeridoo workshop for tweens & teens)3) Music & More from Down Under and Beyond (didgeridoo concert for adults)4) Pr

Single Performance Fee

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Residency Fee

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Recommended Ages

3 and up

Recommended Minimum Age


Recommended Maximum Age


Maximum Group Size

no limit for video; 100 or 500 screens/log-ins for live streaming, depending on the booking

Travel Range

Willing to perform in the following counties:

  • Apache
  • Cochise
  • Coconino
  • Gila
  • Graham
  • Greenlee
  • La
  • Paz
  • Maricopa
  • Mohave
  • Navajo
  • Pima
  • Pinal
  • Santa
  • Cruz
  • Yavapai
  • Yuma

Willing to work with libraries?


Willing to work with schools?


Library References

*Fredonia Library: Lisa Findlay 928-643-7137
*Maricopa County – Apache Junction Library: Pam Harrison 480-474-8615)
*Maricopa County – Buckeye Library: Cynthia Martinez 623-349-6309
*Maricopa County – El Mirage Library: Gail Ellis 602-652-3381
*Maricopa County – Gila Bend Library: Bridget Esqueda 602-652-3396
*Maricopa County – Morristown Library: Linda de Berge 602-509-1012
*Maricopa County – Phoenix Library: Wendy Resnik 602-534-2021
*Maricopa County – Tempe Library: Jessie Spalding 480-350-5526
*Prescott Valley Library: Lynette Christensen 928-759-3044
*Safford City-Graham County Library: Samantha Macias 928-432-4156
*Winslow Library: Docia Blalock 928-289-4982
*Yavapai County Library: Christina Cooper-Overton 623-374-5866
** We can provide many more references upon request. **

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Virtual Performance Description

We offer 5 virtual programs for libraries:
1) Didgeridoo Down Under Show (variety program for kids & families)
2) Aussie Funk Jam (didgeridoo workshop for tweens & teens)
3) Music & More from Down Under and Beyond (didgeridoo concert for adults)
4) Protect the Planet: Earth Science & Ecological Entertainment (science show for kids)
5) Adventures of the Wild, Wild Wolf: Unleash Your Inner Author! (storytelling & motivational show for kids)

Viewing Limits/Parameters

We are flexible and can work with numerous virtual platforms, including Zoom, Facebook, YouTube, Google Meet and others. We usually limit live streaming events to 100 or 500 screens/log-ins, depending on the booking. We’ll be happy to work with you to make your event a huge success!

Virtual Performance Fee

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Virtual Performance Technical Needs

For a live streaming event, it is helpful, but not essential, for a librarian to act as a co-host.

Special Notes

We started performing online in spring 2020, and since then we have presented 200+ virtual programs for libraries, schools and other venues. We have invested thousands of dollars in high-end studio equipment and software, and have spent hundreds of hours on research and development, in order to create enthralling online programs for both kids and adults. We use specialized broadcasting software and green screens to deliver immersive experiences of sight, sound and imagination in both our videos and our live virtual programs.
If you need assistance, no worries, we’ll be happy to explain the technology and to make the process as hassle-free as possible. We’re here to help!

All of our virtual program promo videos can be viewed at www.didgedownunder.com/gallery.

Everyone in Didgeridoo Down Under has been granted permission to perform with the didgeridoo from at least one, if not several, indigenous players.  We highly respect the Aboriginal people, and we do not take their blessings lightly.


1 Comment. Leave new

  • Christina Cooper-Overton
    November 10, 2020 12:09 pm

    Rob Thomas performed Didgeridoo Down Under for the Yavapai County Free Library District. This virtual performance was aired on the district Facebook page. During the show the audience hears the unique sounds of the didgeridoo and learns about “Down Under” in Australia. Many fun facts, marvelous visual effects and a talented performance by Rob blend to make this a family friendly and all ages event!


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