Singer/songwriter & multi-instrumentalist, specialised in overtone singing. My concerts are voyages through a musical world, from India to Mongolia, from Australia to Bern, from America to Amsterdam. I offer seminars for voice, overtones, didgeridoo and percussion, as well as individual voice coaching.
Born '68 in Amsterdam, Holland.
Concerts, seminars, CD productions and art projects in Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Holland, France, Austria and USA. Living in Switzerland since 2002.
Musicians and bands i've played with:
Dargo Raimondo (CH), Marco Trosi (CH), Walter Lupi (Italy), Anna Oxa (Italy), Emily Walker (England), Cristina Ruffino (Italy), Hu Dost (USA), Tuula Hunkannen (Finland), Cheb Hedi (Tunesia), Alev Kowalzik (Turkey), Felice Limacher (CH), Planet House Project (CH), Notorious (CH), Badi Assad (Brasil), Victoria Angela (USA), OOTop (NL) and other good people.
My vocal repertoire ranges from tibetan to european overtones, shamanic chant, sufi mantras, soul and blues. In my concerts, musical voyages around the world, I accompany myself with many instruments: guitar, mandola, percussion, didgeridoo, Hang, shrutibox, E-tampura, and others.
Definitely David Hykes' live concert in Amsterdam, as well as Jonathan Goldman's overtone book. But I've ear-travelled the world, from Stevie Wonder to aboriginal song...
welcome to OMN. If you have any questions you can contact Marco or me. For any issues you can send me a report - also Marco will be informed. I wish you new contacts and hope you enjoy this kind of network.
Greetings overtone singers and overtone enthusiasts! I just made my documentary "Space Sound Voice" on overtone singing available for free on youtube.My first production - a documentary about overtone singing - was published in 2010. Now after 10…See More
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