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Antonio Olías
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  • Madrid
  • Spain
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  • Pedro Llopis
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  • Gary Joseph Hassay
  • Roderick Zeig
  • Max Brumberg
  • Marco Tonini
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  • Andreas Stahel
  • Wolfgang Saus
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Shakuhachi, Overtone & Fujara Musician

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May 4, 2010
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Harmonic Bamboo for Shakuhachi and Overtone Singing

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Aug 15, 2009
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Harmonic Bamboo for Shakuhachi and Overtone Singing

Concert at Espacio Ronda 26th of April 2009. Antonio Olías "Shakuhachi" and Francisco Lumbreras "Overtone Singing".
Jul 19, 2009
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Jul 16, 2009
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Harmonic Bamboo for Shakuhachi and Overtone Singing

"Thank you very much Gongman... I appreciate it a lot..."
Jul 14, 2009
The Gongman commented on Antonio Olías's video
Jul 14, 2009
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Jul 13, 2009

Profile Information

About me:
Before to become a professional musician I was a graphic designer until I discovered that the sound attracted me a lot and connected with deep parts of the soul. I am a professional overtone singer, shakuhachi and fujara performer, teacher, composer and improviser. I dedicate my life to spread this kind of music in my country and around the world through concerts and seminars.

At present moment I am involved in the performance of Japanese classical and contemporary music for shakuhachi flute and I do collaborative projects with Western classical musicians, musicians who have classical training in music from other cultures such as India, Persia, including butoh and flamenco dancers.

A new music world was opened to me learning pieces from Japanese contemporary composers. It is nice to discover the endless posibilities of the Japanese flute that is an instrument closer to the human voice.

I travel regularly to Japan to continue to receive instruction and I also traveled to countries such as Australia, Slovakia, India and several European countries to learn
music from those cultures.

I have published two CDs:

Discovering Spaces - Solo CD recorded at Primera Base Studio, 2004.
Instruments: Overtone & Throat Singing, Shakuhachi, Didgeridoo, Fujara, dvojačka, Chinese Drums, Dung Chen "Long Tibetan Horn" & Bells.

Encounters - Recorded in Japan at Kanna Earth Studio, 2007.
Artistic Director: Antonio Olías: Shakuhachi, Kalimba & Gong.
KanNa Orquesta: Hibiki: Hang & Harp, Kento Hagiwara: Hang & Gamelan, Teru Muraya: Sitar. With the special collaboration of: Carlos Guerra: Bansuri, Begoña Castro: Percussion on Hand and Feet & Ryotaro Shibata: Flamenco Guitar.
As a band we are:
Antonio Olías.
Instruments:
Shakuhachi flute, Overtone - Throat Singing and Fujara flute.
Influences:
Yamaguchi Goro, Tanaka Komei, Teruhisa Fukuda, Etsuzan Fujiyoshi, Katsuya Yokoyama, Aoki Reibo, Shôzan Tanabe, Katoh Hidekazu, Thomas Clements, Palamjav from Altaï-Hangaï, Michael Ormiston, Wolfgang Saus and Lies Beijerinck.

In 2002 I took part in the first international overtone festival in Germany, called KLANGZAUBER-Festival Chiemsee. (SOUNDMAGIC). It was an unforgettable experience.

And all the people I have encountered in my life that have taught me many things about the life and the music.
Homepage:
http://www.shakuhachi-flute.org

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At 7:31pm on September 16, 2009, Ayla Roble said…

Hola, Antonio. Qué tal has pasado el caluroso verano español? Tienes actuaciones en los próximos meses/días?

Los nros 5 y 6 de tu reproductor, son mis preferidos.
Gracias por tu música.

Un abracito desde Chamberí :-)


At 8:27pm on November 16, 2008, Max Brumberg said…
hola no amigo,
Great to meet you here! I invited you already ages ago, but may be I need your new email adress;-)
wow I am happy we are connected again, last time we met you were up to go to japan for shakuhachi studies... Long long time ago!
I am going to andalucia on the 8th dez, gonna stay for the winter south of Granada... Hope to see you..
max
At 7:38pm on November 16, 2008, Kolja Simon said…
Hi! Nice to meet You here!!! How are You?
At 9:49am on November 16, 2008, Marco Tonini said…
Hi Antonio,
welcome to OMN!
For any questions look at Jens Mugge or me.
Enjoy!
 
 
 

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