Michiel is one of the first and most influential didgeridoo players from the Netherlands.
With over 29 years of experience as a didgeplayer and teacher he travels across Europe to spread his passion for the instrument.
After being adopted in an aboriginal clan he started a bussines with traditional instruments from the birth place of the yiḏaki (didgeridoo), North East Arnhemland, Australia.
On his new website you can find everything about:
His lessons and workshops
His music, including his very own organic dance act Acoustick.
A shop filled with instruments of the highest cultural degree.
Please enjoy your visit!
Michiel Teijgeler ( a.k.a MT-Yidaki ) is one of the first and most influential didgeridoo players from The Netherlands.
Active since 1993, he inspired and taught literally thousends of people.
On this website you can find everything about:
- His lessons and workshops ;
- His music, including his amazing biodynamic dance act Didge 'n Skins;
- Shop filled with instruments of the highest cultural degree ;
Please enjoy your visit!!! Michiel Teijgeler
Due to the current Covid 19 pandemic there are almost no gigs in my agenda. I do however continue to give classes and sell top yidaki!
Buy a Didgeridoo
Together with Ricardo Branco I have been working hard to update my webshop. Check for high quality instruments straight from the source!
How to play Didgeridoo
Michiel is very experienced in teaching children of all ages. Off course the main part of the workshop is about how to play the didgeridoo!
Authentic sounds of the Didgeridoo
The Mulka archives: A set of 8 CD's of traditional Manykay from Miwatj. Very limited edition (200 worldwide). Vey nice and well balanced redordings! New in this series: Recordings from 1952!
Buy a Didgeridoo from Australia!
If you are looking for 'concertclass' Yidaki instruments of the highest cultural integrity, come and have a look. Over 40 instruments on stock! International shipping
Made by Yol?u on Yol?u land.
You don't find Bilma for sale very often. Most often Yol?u buy them their themselves for use in ceremony...