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Kalyan and Sambodhi Prem: Celebrating the sound of the cello.

Kalyan, originally from Switzerland, is a classically trained cellist and multi-instrumentalist, with skills on stringed and wind instruments.

With more than 25 years of experience in the musical field he is as acquainted in playing the western violoncello and guitar as he is with ethnical instruments from the East, like the Indian dilruba, the sarangi and the ancient rudraveena. For most of these instruments he has developed his own playing technique but his training in Western and Indian classical music has left its imprints on his musical expression.

During his seven years in India he was inspired by the mystic, Osho, who continues to inspire him. Osho is Kalyan's ultimate music teacher. He says: "Music is sound, but sound can be used in such a way that it creates silence; that is the whole art."

Kalyan also sings, he has developed a unique way of vocal and musical improvisation, based on listening and musical sensitivity and he has shared his talents in several recording projects in the area of meditative music. Today he lives as a recording artist in Canada, offering concerts and events known as 'Singing Celebrations'.

You can find out more about Kalyan on his website.

Sambodhi Prem's music touches the essence of meditation in sound. He gives the listener an almost tangible experience of being in the presence of silent naturalness.

About being a musician Sambodhi Prem says: "When one merges into stillness and sounds are stirred and sent away on journeys through the air - to create music like that - a pureness of heart is required. I set out on a journey to face myself and to learn the scope of my own being. Beautiful music has to come from a beautiful place in yourself. At a young age I decided to discover that place."

In his early twenties, through reading one of his books, Sambodhi became inspired by the enlightened mystic Osho. About music Osho has said: "Music helps you from the outside to fall in tune with the inner. Music is a device; it was invented by the buddhas. Listening to great music you suddenly become silent - with no effort. Falling in tune with the music you lose your ego with no effort. You become relaxed, you fall into a deep rest. You are alert, awake, and yet in a subtle way drunk."

Sambodhi Prem lives together with Deva Sandipa in Mount Franklin, Victoria, Australia, where the sounds of his studio resonate with the abundance of nature.

Find out more about Sambodhi's work via his Magnatune solo project, website and Sacred Concerts' site.

  Kalyan and Sambodhi Prem

[Cello Circles by Kalyan and Sambodhi Prem]

Cello Circles

Kalyan and Sambodhi Prem lives in Auckland, New Zealand.

Tagged as: New Age, World, Instrumental World, Instrumental New Age, Sports football betting appAcoustic Guitar, Cello, Daydreaming, World Influenced.

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