Enjoy an interactive recycled percussion programme or music lesson for a fraction of the price of a live performance or lesson.

No travel fees

No carbon footprint

No bad seats

A chance for kids and adults to safely jam and interact with each other as a group

All programmes are STEAM-based

No music experience required

Can accommodate up to 100 participants

Enter The Junkman, the original recycled materials percussionist!

With his vast array of unusual items, he’ll captivate your crowd with a world-class interactive experience that will teach them about rhythm, our personal and planetary environments, and inclusiveness.

Using video conferencing software, the classically trained Junkman, offers interactive concerts, eco-presentations, half day and full day workshops, percussion/rhythm lessons, and Junkjams, all without the travel and set-up fees.

All you need is a device with a camera and microphone (aka a smartphone, tablet, or laptop), a broadband connection, and a finger or mouse to click on the Zoom meeting invitation link.


The Junkman will broadcast his performance from his studio in Thornbury, Bristol, UK. (Which provides a geography lesson, as well!)

The Junkman will work with you  to determine an overall programme that accommodates audience age/size, budget & educational/entertainment goals.

The Junkman and his team will email you and your participants an invitation to a Zoom meeting.

Upon clicking on the link at the designated day and time, your audience will visit each other ‘virtually’, maintaining the same level of interactivity as if you were all in the same room.

All programmes include The Junkman’s HOP (Help Our Planet) environmental education program, which has received Awards of Excellence from The United Nations, The Federal Government of Mexico, and the Governor of Vermont.

See a testimonial from a recent Virtual Junkman presentation at The Molly Stark School in Vermont, USA:


For more details regarding the above programmes and how they fit with national standards, click here

Questions? Contact us.