Anthar Kharana, is a composer and multi-instrumentalist born in a small town called Ocana in the North of Colombia and years later he moved to Bogota. He grew up in a musical family and his first link with music was at the age of nine. He has been involved in many musical projects and bands, offering him a wide vision about different ways of putting together sounds and intentions, feelings and thoughts. Starting with rough punk in his early years as a result of the oppressive political situation in Colombia, to then begin training himself as a counter-tenor (highest male voice’s pitch in opera) afterwards, giving him the ability to increase his voice range and to reach high pitches that sounds like female voice.
After years of practice he developed the complex technique of Throat Singing, including Khoomii from Mongolia also known as Polyphonic Voice, and other overtone styles incluiding western harmonics which made an important step whilst working with Vibrational Sound Healing. As part of that process, together with his passion for different ancient cultures, he started to investigate about the power of sound and how it generates changes in many different ways and levels of conciousness.
Anthar is also an educator and has been touring the UK facilitating Traditional Colombian drumming and Tribal Voice workshops in different festivals and schools. He teaches and shares the roots of Colombian traditions and rhythms of the Indigenous people who were living (and still) on the Carribbean Coast of Colombia and got mixed with African slaves brought with the Spanish colony at the end of the 16th century.
I sing with "MuOM, Barcelona Overtone Singing Choir" & we visit London & Wales at the end of this month! It'd be a genuine blessing for the group if you are able to attend an event or share the info with some of your contacts, if you feel inspired to do so.
Thank you & enjoy your week! Moises
"MuOM, Barcelona Overtone Singing Choir" in concert:
Saturday July 26th - 8:00pm St. Ethelburga’s Centre for Peace & Reconciliation ("Listen to the World Concert Series")
Liverpool Street Station
£12 - please book online: www.stethelburgas.org/events/performance
nice to hear from you. Enjoy Bristol and carry your sound waves with you wherever you travel. Taking a year out of many things to get my studio built at home. Hope to see you soon.
Best wishes, Jonathan.
Bienvenida la fuerza de tu musica!!
Me podrias decir el nombre de la primera cancion de Velo que Bonito, suena como una cancion tradicional religiosa.- donde podria encontrar el texto completo?
Buenos Aires - Argentina
Dear Anthar Kharana,
It's a pleasure to give you a hand . Please send me questions . If I can answer to them, I will do with pleasure.
I am fine . There are lots of things I have done since.
You can watch on http://youtube.com/tranquanghai
Awaiting your news,
Tran Quang Hai
thank you for comment. may be you hit the nail on the head. those pieces are very slowly therefore time stretching toys. (i'm attracted by gradualness, not only in music. it's my island.) thank you for your music. makes me feel your country. greetings from far.
"Freude schöner Götterfunken" (Ode to Joy) in overtone singing style by Wolfgang Saus.
More information: http://www.oberton.org
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