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PITZ QUATTRONE

US Montpelier, VT Rock / Funk / World

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Sounds Like: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Xavier Rudd - Official, The B-52's, Talking Heads (official)

Label: Independent

Manager: Self

Bio: There is only one Pitz Quattrone. Dynamic frontman, able to bring an audience to its feet, with his singing, playing, and wild rock-funk testifying. Writer of songs, from tragic to comic, and everything in between. Master player, builder, and teacher of the ancient Australian instrument, the didg... See Full Bio

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PITZ QUATTRONE has a show on 04/17/2014 at 09:00 AM @ Rawson School in Hartford, CT http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/274140418 #concert

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Movin' video is here!
Dec 13, 2013
Hello Music Lovers, Friday the 13th is the perfect day to release a fun new vide... [more]
New songs are here!
Sep 27, 2013
3 new tunes are here for your dancing and sharing pleasure! Enjoy my friends, i... [more]
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  • Thu

    May 1


    Stowe, VT, US | 7:00pm
    Sound Balancing Studio
    Stowe, VT, US
    Thu May 01 7:00pm

    Details

    Thursdays May 1, 8 & 15 Pitz teaches a 3 week "how to play Didge" class at Eileen McKuisck's Sound Balancing studio, 541 South Main St. Stowe, VT, 7pm. Did you know that Didge playing has been scientifically documented to relieve sleep apnea? It's also lots of fun! This 3 week class costs $75, bring your own Didge or Pitz will provide his handmade Didges for the 1st class. Also Pitz-made wood starter Didges will be available for purchase at special in-class rates of $65/80/95. Class size is limited, best to sign up early. More info & registration, email Eileen emckusick@gmail.com

  • Mon

    May 5


    Plainfield, VT, US | 7:00pm
    Plainfield Health Center
    Plainfield, VT, US
    Mon May 05 7:00pm

    Details

    Mondays May 5, 12 & 19 Pitz teaches a 3 week "how to play Didge" class at Plainfield Health Center 157 Town Ave. Plainfield,VT 7pm. Did you know that Didge playing has been scientifically documented to relieve sleep apnea? It's also lots of fun! This 3 week class costs $60, bring your own Didge or Pitz will provide his handmade Didges for the 1st class. Also Pitz-made wood starter Didges will be available for purchase at special in-class rates of $65/80/95. Class size is limited, best to sign up early. More info & registration call 802-454-8336

  • Sat

    May 31


    Adamant, VT, US | 11:00am
    Adamant Black Fly Festival
    Adamant, VT, US
    Sat May 31 11:00am

    Details

    11am - 6pm Pitz performs a music set, is parade Grandmarshall and MC's Black Fly Jeopardy. Be part of the parade/fashion show fun and come as your favorite blood sucking insect!

  • Sat

    Jun 21


    Bradford, VT, US | 6:30pm
    Summer Street Music Series
    Bradford, VT, US
    Sat Jun 21 6:30pm

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    Pitz performs with Laoutar wizard Jim Matus http://www.jimmatus.com/ at Summer Street Music Series, 30 Summer St. Bradford, VT 6:30-9:30 pm. For more info email jennifer@dandjmusic.com Treat yourself to this unique duo for a sonically spacey Solstice!

  • Mon

    Dec 29


    Dakar, SN | 12:00pm
    Senegal
    Dakar, SN
    Mon Dec 29 12:00pm

    Details

    Didge taking Pitz back to Senegal late in '14 for more international adventures. Performing, teaching, building and recording with various Senegalese players. Pitz will be part of the 20th anniversary tour of Senegal for Bideew Bou Bess with Baaba Maal and Youssou N'Dour! More details as they come in.

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Q: This question is from the Sandymount Elementary kids; you'll be here next Friday December 7. "How do you have enough air to continuously play?"
A: Hello Friends at Sandymount!!! Thanks for writing, I'm very much looking forward to seeing you next week! To answer your question... I breathe while I play Didgeridoo so I don't have to stop playing. This is called "circular breathing". I use my cheek muscles to push a mouthful of air out to keep the sound going, at the same time I breathe up my nose very quickly so my lungs get the air they need. It sounds hard to do, but with a little practice, anyone can do it! Great question, I'll tell you a whole lot more next week. See you then! Best, Pitz

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Fri Nov 30 2012

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  • Song Plays 1,396 +1

  • Video Plays 561

  • Total Fans 630

  • ReverbNation Fans 514

  • Twitter Followers 116

  • Widget Impressions 971

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