BIOGRAPHY

New Zealand born artist Jeremy Cloake works primarily as a world musical instrument teacher, instrument maker, world music composer, sound engineer and meditation facilitator. With a love of travel and culture, he has toured and taught Internationally since 2000 and is the recipient of several scholarships and numerous awards for his work. He is a specialist player and carver of taonga pūoro and a leading expert and player of the yidaki. He is also a player of n’goni and makes what are commonly regarded as the finest n’goni available.

 

His professional studies range from neurolinguistics and behavioural modalities to ancient wisdom and noetic science. He weaves his world of sound, sacredness and science through a heart centred love of travel, people, culture and consciousness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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EDUCATION

 

1995: JDW Diploma in acting

1998: AUT Certificate in language teaching to adults

2001: Certificate in printing and graphic arts

2005: Neuroads Successful Relating communication training

2005: INLPTA Neurolinguistics practitioner certification

2006: Neuroads Mastering Intuition training

2007: Neuroads Life Purpose personal training

2007: AUT Certificate Noho Marae Wānanga A/B

2008: AUT Certificate Te Taurapa Te Reo 2

2008: INLPTA Neurolinguistics master practitioner training

2015: CE5 training intensive with Dr. Steven Greer

2015: Diploma in digital marketing

2016: CE-5 training New Zealand

2016: CE-5 advanced training with Dr. Steven Greer

2017: CE-5 advanced training New Zealand

DISCOGRAPHY/PRODUCTION

 

1995: Guest musician, Ignatia debut, New Zealand

1999: Musician/composer/producer, Organic Dance Didjeridu, Resonance, New Zealand

1999: Tamani workshop and concert tour, New Zealand

2000: Tamani workshop and concert tour, New Zealand

2001: Musician/composer, The Dreaming, charity compilation, England

2001: Workshop and concert tour of Japan

2001: Guest musician, Tamani debut, New Zealand

2002: Workshop and concert tour of Japan

2003: Mantjikay tour co-ordinator, Japan

2004: Musician/composer/producer, Transformation, Australia/New Zealand

2004: Mantjikay tour co-ordinator, Iceland

2004: Mixing/mastering engineer, Mantjikay, Iceland

2004: Workshop and concert tour of Japan

2005: Musician/composer, Wangany, charity compilation, Japan

2005: World Expo, Aboriginal performers tour co-ordinator, Japan

2005: Guest musician/composer, Mamaku Project EP, New Zealand

2007: Musician/composer/producer, Balanda Yidaki Dhukarr, New Zealand

2007: European workshop and concert tour

2008: Guest musician/composer, Mal De Terre, Mamaku Project, New Zealand

2008: International workshop and concert tour

2009: International workshop and concert tour

2009: Production crew for BBC, 'art music and dance around the world'

2010: Guest musician/composer, Convergence, Kozo Suganuma, Japan

2010: Workshop and concert tour of Japan

2010: Mixing/mastering engineer, Dhalinybuy, The Mulka Project, Australia

2010: Mixing/mastering engineer, Yilpara, The Mulka Project, Australia

2010: Mixing/mastering engineer, Gurrumuru, The Mulka Project, Australia

2010: Workshop and concert tour of Europe

2011: Mixing/mastering engineer, Yilan, The Mulka Project, Australia

2011: Mixing/mastering engineer, Yingapungapu, The Mulka Project, Australia

2011: Mixing/mastering engineer, Rorruwuy, The Mulka Project, Australia

2012: Mixing/mastering engineer, Waterman, The Mulka Project, Australia

2012: Workshop and concert tour of Europe

2012: Recording/mixing/mastering engineer, Wandawuy, The Mulka Project, Australia

2012: Recording/mixing/mastering engineer, Gangan, The Mulka Project, Australia

2013: Musician/composer, Studio Sketches, Earthstar Studio, LA, USA

2013: Workshop tour of Europe

2014: Workshop and concert tour of Europe

2015: Musician/composer/engineer, ICC World Cricket Cup opening ceremony, Aotearoa

2016: Production advisor: Westwind documentary

2017: Workshop tour of Europe

 

AWARDS

 

1994: Awarded Western Districts fine art scholarship

2001: Awarded Australian NT govt. export award on behalf of work with Yirrkala Arts

2002: Awarded Australian NT govt. export award on behalf of work with Yirrkala Arts

2003: Awarded Yothu Yindi Foundation certificate of appreciation

2006: Awarded funding from Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu to study taonga pūoro

2007: Awarded use of Toi Iho trademark for taonga pūoro

2008: Awarded AMP scholarship for taonga pūoro

2011: Awarded best traditional recording on behalf of work with The Mulka Project

2013: Awarded best traditional recording on behalf of work with The Mulka Project