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Antonio Enzan Olías
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Shakuhachi, Overtone & Fujara Musician

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About me:
Antonio Enzan Olías is a professional overtone singer, Grand Shakuhachi Master and an accomplished fujara flute performer.

Antonio has received tuition from Thomas Clements, Michael Ormiston and the Mongolian band Altaï-Hangaï. In 2002 I took part in the first international overtone festival in Germany, called KLANGZAUBER-Festival Chiemsee. (SOUNDMAGIC). It was an unforgettable experience.

In addition, Antonio Enzan have studied under the direction of the best shakuhachi masters. In classic styles he studied with Tanaka Komei, Etsuzan Fujiyoshi. Modern and Contemporary music with Teruhisa Fukuda, Kuniyoshi Sugawara and Tanabe Shôzan.

In 2011 Etsuzan Fujiyoshi sensei awarded him with the professional name Saiho Enzan ·西方炎山· that means Fire Mountain from the West. In 2014 Teruhisa Fukuda awarded him with the Shakuhachi Dai Shihan "Grand Shakuhachi Master" license.

He has released his first studio album "Encuentros" in 2007 recorded in Kanna Earth Studios in Japan.

He has colaborated in the album Cantigas de Nuestro Señor produced by Eduardo Paniagua, one of the most foremost especialist in Spanish Medieval Music.

His last collaboration was on the studio album produced by Erwin Grafe "Canciones Incrustables".
As a band we are:
Antonio Enzan Olías.
Instruments:
Shakuhachi flute, Overtone - Throat Singing and Fujara flute.
Influences:
Yamaguchi Goro, Tanaka Komei, Teruhisa Fukuda, Kuniyoshi Sugawara, Etsuzan Fujiyoshi, Katsuya Yokoyama, Aoki Reibo, Shôzan Tanabe, Katoh Hidekazu, Thomas Clements, Palamjav from Altaï-Hangaï, Michael Ormiston, Wolfgang Saus and Lies Beijerinck.

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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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