Dudi Shaul is a former student of Bishop Druitt College who studied Music for his Higher School Certificate almost a decade ago. He recently ventured back to the school to conduct a workshop with current Music students for which he was given great acclaim.
Dudi has been touring internationally in 2017. Now based in Tel Aviv and focusing on developing his own unique language for the guitar. In June Dudi performed with his project Drumbouki at Mediterranee Festival in Ashdod alongside leading new generation musicians from Cyprus and was a featured artist in the Jerusalem Post newspaper.
This month (December) Drumbouki will be releasing their new composition – Home on the Wind through social media. During the European summer Dudi took part in a collaborative project with flamenco guitarist and Oud player Ofer Ronen based in Barcelona, the two were joined by acclaimed singers Tamar Bloch (Israel) and Anna Casado (Spain) to perform at Andanças Festival in Portugal. Currently halfway through his yearly summer sessions downunder, Dudi performed at Mullum Music Festival facilitating Ethno Australia with musicians from around the globe and landed in Melbourne straight into a new Timber Music Box production recording original music with his sister Stav due to be released in March 2018.
Amongst other performances Dudi will top off his time in Oz teaching guitar alongside Gerard Mapstone at Bellingen Camp Creative from the 8-12 January.
His website can be found at https://www.dudishaul.com/