Astral Flowers (Txai Fernando & Bastiaan Kamãvena) is an enchanted musical project, with the aim to capture Astral Flowers into the divine harmonies of sound. A vast range of enchanted world music is woven together, where all colors of the rainbows are honored and given expression to. Sacred indigenous chants, ancient melodies & hymns, circle songs straight from the heart, multi-instrumental journeys that help to arrive deeper in tune with the messages and wisdom of nature.
Ayla is a multi-lingual ‘world folk’ singer-songwriter and a visionary musical artist weaving together a stunning repertoire of original poetic songs with traditional and tribal music from across South and North America.
With a growing international presence she has become known as 'A voice of Mother Earth' and is a powerful voice in the world of ‘Ceremonial/medicine music’ and the rising global community of people who are committed to residing in harmony with the Earth.
Brazilian Kalimba master Chandra Lacombe has a unique voice, vision
and way of playing his instrument of choice. The African instrument is
central to his work, and Lacombe gained worldwide recognition by
expanding its use. Traditionally the Kalimba is just used for its
melodic function and is played using only the thumbs. Lacombe invented
a different technique, using several fingers, and has turned it into a
lap piano of sorts on which he explores harmonic textures and creates
International quartet Curawaka describe their unique sound as "sacred
world music". A respectful yet passionate way of connecting the new
with the ancient, the open mind and searching heart with the spiritual
and ritual. Sacred world music is here to facilitate a reawakening of
the soul and reopening of cosmic channels. The project is equal parts
spirituality and music, and with an undeniable dimension of environmentalist consciousness.