Pre-Order Stunning New Age Album “Winds Of Samsara” from Award-Winning Indian Producer/Composer Ricky Kej & Award-Winning South African Flutist Wouter Kellerman Now on iTunes.com and Amazon.com

“Winds of Samsara” (www.windsofsamsara.com), the principal cooperation between widely acclaimed South African flute player Wouter Kellerman and Indian Writer/Maker/Craftsman Ricky Kej is currently accessible for pre-arrange on iTunes.com (http://bit.ly/1r3FTx8) and Amazon.com (http://tinyurl.com/kz7hyro) preceding its overall presentation July 15, 2014. Two years really taking shape, the limit breaking New Age collection spotlights the melodic, social and political associations amongst India and South Africa from Mahatma Gandhi to Nelson Mandela. It brags exhibitions by more than 120 artists from five mainlands and pushes the limits past what the New Age sort has ever delivered. “Winds of Samsara” Acing Specialist is 3-time GRAMMY victor Gavin Lurssen and the 5.1 HD Encompass Sound on the select version accessible in the not so distant future blended by GRAMMY-champ P.A. Deepak (2009 Best Stable Track Collection Aggregation from Best Picture Oscar Champ Slumdog Mogul). “Winds of Samsara” is circulated by Listen 2 Africa, a worldwide organization established by GRAMMY-winning maker and recording industry veteran Dave Adore. Specialists, for example, Ladysmith Dark Mambazo, Miriam Makeba, Oliver Mtukudzi, Hugh Masekela and other top ability from this musically and socially rich district of the world are a piece of Affection’s continuous responsibility to southern Africa. For additional on the name: www.listen2.com.

“Making this collection has tested us as specialists to push outskirts aside and have the one ongoing idea genuinely be the general dialect of music. We’ve recorded: in L.A., Seattle, Melbourne, Johannesberg, Bangalore, Bulgaria, full ensembles on the greater part of the tracks, choirs in Australia, India and the U.S., and we’ve utilized instruments in surprising routes, for example, a Dobra, pedal steel guitar and finish string segments playing in Traditional Indian styles. The collection’s messages of world peace and inspiration seem to be accurate from the center of the cooperative procedure and the genuineness of the gifted performers who rose above outskirts and social hindrances from the begin. What bound all of us together was the yearning to make music that could influence constructive change on the planet, and we trust individuals are moved by the final product,” said Kej and Kellerman.

About “Winds of Samsara”

What do Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, an Indian author of immortal songs, a vivaciously virtuosic South African flute player, and more than 120 energetic performers from five mainlands all have in like manner? Find the reply by pre-requesting Winds of Samsara today before it avenues July 15, 2014.

A genuinely worldwide exertion, this collection is the show long for Wouter Kellerman and Ricky Kej, an impossible yet star-coordinated communitarian couple. Drawing from different societies, the combine has merged their innovative impacts into the remarkable and brilliant sonic gumbo contained inside this collection. Winds of Samsara addresses topics of peace and energy, turning together forward-moving concordance, dynamic piece, and specialized ability with a verve and enthusiasm at no other time endeavored in the New Age classification.

About Ricky Kej

A genuine wizard of the console, original copy page, and recording studio, Kej has earned various honors and respects for his piece and creation misuses. His undertakings incorporate making music for five element movies, twelve collections discharged by All inclusive Music, and more than two thousand ads seen by gatherings of people the world over. An understudy of both Western and Indian traditional music, Kej created unique works for the opening function of the Cricket World Glass 2012, held in Dhaka, India; the service was broadcast to more than 200 nations and generally proclaimed for its imaginativeness and execution. For such endeavors, Kej was pronounced an “India Rules Craftsman” by VH1 in 2013. Kej was selected for a Cannes Publicizing grant for his Nike Jingle, and his past collection Shanti Symphony was designated for a ZMR Grant (New Orleans) and a Hollywood Music and Media Grant (LA).

Joining a sharp feeling of culture-hopping agreement, song, and pacing, Kej orchestrates front line music innovation and conventional instruments of both Indian and European inceptions into his work, both inside the new age type and past. He right now runs two best in class studios in Bangalore, the Raveolution Studios, where a lot of Winds of Samsara was produced from start of a thought to completed collection.

About Wouter Kellerman

Globe-jogging flute player and author Wouter Kellerman’s collection Two Voices won the 2011 South African Music Grant (the country’s identical to the Grammy Grants in the Assembled States) for Best Instrumental Collection, fortifying the craftsman’s remaining as one of his nation of origin’s most inventive artists. Whether composing mind boggling instrumental pieces or charming gatherings of people with an attractive speculative chemistry of warmth and specialized authority, Kellerman discovers his motivation in the spaces amongst societies and nations, classes and teaches. He flourishes with trying different things with the shades, surfaces, and hues that his woodwind can bring, pushing the instrument into new planes of innovativeness.

The most recent couple of years have seen Kellerman performing in Berlin, Shanghai, New York, Sydney, and past, incorporating an appearance before 700-million individuals as a major aspect of the 2010 FIFA World Container Service. In the midst of such fun, Kellerman all the while diverted his melodic and beneficial encounters into joint efforts with prestigious Indian arranger and maker Ricky Kej, frequently working with his accomplice carefully, from seas separated, to shape the delightful melodic voyage of Winds of Samsara.

Kellerman and GRAMMY-assigned piano player Vincent Lyn will perform at New York’s celebrated around the world Carnegie Corridor on October 4, 2014. For more data, visit http://www.carnegiehall.com.

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