Based in Maldon, Victoria, Rose Turtle Ertler instigates all sorts of music and arts projects.
Sometimes, she'll perform with her banjo or ukulele alone on stage or rustle together a gang of local musos to join her.
More and more, Rose is working as an artist on community projects which often involves bringing unlikely groups of people together to create a thoughtful and high-quality performance work.
Rose has run music programs for people with a disability, been involved in inter-generational community arts projects and has written and performed music for numerous theatre shows. She also teaches ukulele and song-writing workshops on request.
FOUR OF ROSE'S ALBUMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD FREE (OR DONATION OPTIONAL) ON HER Bandcamp page.
Have a look around the website and see what's going on in the world of Rose Turtle Ertler!
>>THE ABOVE VIDEOS WERE SHOT AT A WAREHOUSE GIG IN SYDNEY, FEB 2014<<
TAFANDUHI means 'come together' in West Papuan. This is a series of concerts Rose is organising with Melbourne based West Papuan group the Black Orchid String Band in September 2014. All concerts also include a host of local ukulele players. Details of concerts on GIGS page.