"I think that the overtone-choir-songs will sound very different from today in 20 years. Today people really don't know what to do when improvising. Often they fumble in the dark. Your choir sounds very good. Thanx for sharing."
With classical music education in singing, he has also studied Naad yoga.
He learned different styles of singing Khoomei in Tuva (Republic of Russia, Siberia). During his stay he had several teachers, including Igor Koshkendey member of Chirgilchin. He also attended the International Symposium Khoomei in 2008. He returned to Tuva in 2012 and appeared in a singing competition Khoomei at the Dembeldei festival held in the capital of Tuva (Kyzyl), which was awarded by the jury.
He can sing Kargyraa, Khoomei, Sygyt, Borbangnadyr, Ezengileer, Dumchuk and other sub-styles including Tibetan singing deep (dbyang style).
He gives occasional workshops and Khoomei overtone singing in different localities of Spain.
Currently gives concerts with her choral group and make collaborations with different musicians and art projects.
Amarok, disco group "Midnight Sun" collaboration with guttural voices.
Andapindam. Cd-mandalas with video of the coral MuOM The Harmonic Ensemble.
chamber choir of overtone singers. His inspired creations arise from the need to explore the worlds of voice and promote sound cosmic harmonies where attendees penetrate and surround sound. The textures come from the overlap of the notes and their harmonics and inter-connection to become a journey, a transforming experience.