ABOUT PHILLIP CHALKER
Phillip Chalker is a vision impaired singer, songwriter, performer and ukulele teacher, workshop facilitator and a community music worker based in Traralgon within the Gippsland Region.
Over the years he has traveled extensively performing for a wide variety of audiences with his faithful companion and Seeing Eye dog, Roddy. The instruments Phillip plays are ukulele and acoustic guitar. When performing he has a great sense of humour with audience participation. Phill’s repertoire includes favourites such as Bad Moon Rising, Achy Breaky Heart, Midnight Special and other classic songs.
Phill has recently completed he Certificate III in Music from Kangan Institute. He has also been involved with Victorian disability arts organisations Wild @ The Arts and Club Wild as a live performer, convenor and a committee member for the Gippsland region. He has also volunteered his time with community Music Victoria.
Phillip is also a manager and WordPress editor of his own website Latrobe Music which was established in August 2014.
He specialises in parties, community events, functions, festivals, day programs, schools, performances in shopping centre, pubs, clubs, conferences or aged care facilities.
Phillip Chalker is also a disability advocate for people who are blind or Vision Impaired.
Phillip Chalker is also a Member of candomusos, an organisation supporting Musicians with Challenges all over the World