About Us

DabbledooMusic Australia makes music education more accessible, engaging and fun for teachers and students in primary school's in Australia. Our resources have been developed to encourage creativity, collaboration and empathy through music education.

Music is a way for young people to learn through a unique shared experience, to develop their creativity and self-esteem while building skills that will help them in their school lives and beyond.

So join us at DabbledooMusic to create, play and learn.

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(This is the Australian version of our website. If you'd like to access the full version of our site go to www.dabbledoomusic.com)

Shane Mc Kenna started in music at the age of 14 when he got his first guitar. He went on to study performance and composition in the Royal Irish Academy of Music and education and music technology in Trinity College Dublin. In 2010 he founded DabbledooMusic with visual artist and educator, Killian Redmond.

Shane is a leading researcher and developer of new forms of musical notation. He has presented his work around the world through compositions, installations and performances and has used this experience to create a more accessible and fun way to teach music in schools.

With DabbleooMusic he aims to start a creative revolution in education.

Learn more about Shane's research HERE

Killian Redmond is a visual artist and educator. As a visual artist and educator he has created individual and collaborative works in Ireland and abroad with children and artist of all ages.

Killian has a vast range of experience in the music world from running a record label to promotions, performance and DJing.

With DabbledooMusic, Killian is making music accessible for children and teachers everywhere.

Chris Rooney is a musician and educator. He started playing trombone at the age of 11 and has played everything from classical music to Jamaican ska since. In 2008, he completed his diploma in music teaching and performance at the Royal Irish Academy of Music and has regularly taught music since then.

Chris is currently based in Sydney and handles the marketing and communications for Dabbledoo Music.