Based in Maldon, Victoria, Rose Turtle Ertler instigates all sorts of music and arts projects.
Sometimes, she'll perform with her banjo or electric distorted ukulele alone on stage or rustle together a gang of local musicians to join her.
More and more, Rose is working as a facilitator and artist on community projects which often involve 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 intergenerational community arts projects and has written and performed music for numerous theatre shows.
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!
TAFANDUHI means 'come together' in West Papuan. Rose sometimes organises concerts with Melbourne based West Papuan group the Black Orchid Stringband with a bunch of local ukulele players. Details of concerts on GIGS page.