Bio

Vibhas Kendzia

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East to West.

After his music graduation Vibhas studied Music-Therapy in Cologne and Raststadt at the “Family Therapy Center Odenwald” Germany and Sexual-Healing-Therapy at the Multiversity in Egmont Netherlands. He composed and recorded music for educational children shows and worked as sound editor for “Stein Video Production” and the Public TV Station “Hessen3” in Frankfurt Germany.

His work and personal curiosity brought him to India where he was introduced to meditation, and to the beautiful classical sounds of the Bansuri, or native bamboo flute. He met and studied with world famous flutist Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia.

In 1997 Vibhas visited Sedona, AZ where he met Prasado, who became his wife and singing partner. It was here that he first heard the haunting sounds of the Navajo flute. Playing these traditional native flutes around the Southwest for the last ten years has brought him much praise from the local Native American population, who are fascinated by his intimate feeling for this ancient instrument, and the longing he expresses through it.

Drawing on his background as a sound editor he founded his company “Music from the Garden,” Recording-Studio, Music Productions and Entertainment. He recorded with international Therapists guided exercises and meditations with his original music. You can find his music in movies, on Yoga-DVD’s and on web-pages.

Vibhas strength is versatility. He plays his original piano solos with a classical touch, his fingers running over the keys like a soft cool breeze in summer. With the keyboard accompaniment, Vibhas is free to play haunting melodies on the Indian flutes, or smooth jazz arrangements with the soprano sax.

- See more at: http://www.musicfromthegarden.com/about.html#sthash.mAP4LGZE.dpuf

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East to West.

After his music graduation Vibhas studied Music-Therapy in Cologne and Raststadt at the “Family Therapy Center Odenwald” Germany and Sexual-Healing-Therapy at the Multiversity in Egmont Netherlands. He composed and recorded music for educational children shows and worked as sound editor for “Stein Video Production” and the Public TV Station “Hessen3” in Frankfurt Germany.

His work and personal curiosity brought him to India where he was introduced to meditation, and to the beautiful classical sounds of the Bansuri, or native bamboo flute. He met and studied with world famous flutist Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia.

In 1997 Vibhas visited Sedona, AZ where he met Prasado, who became his wife and singing partner. It was here that he first heard the haunting sounds of the Navajo flute. Playing these traditional native flutes around the Southwest for the last ten years has brought him much praise from the local Native American population, who are fascinated by his intimate feeling for this ancient instrument, and the longing he expresses through it.

Drawing on his background as a sound editor he founded his company “Music from the Garden,” Recording-Studio, Music Productions and Entertainment. He recorded with international Therapists guided exercises and meditations with his original music. You can find his music in movies, on Yoga-DVD’s and on web-pages.

Vibhas strength is versatility. He plays his original piano solos with a classical touch, his fingers running over the keys like a soft cool breeze in summer. With the keyboard accompaniment, Vibhas is free to play haunting melodies on the Indian flutes, or smooth jazz arrangements with the soprano sax.

- See more at: http://www.musicfromthegarden.com/about.html#sthash.mAP4LGZE.dpuf

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East to West.

After his music graduation Vibhas studied Music-Therapy in Cologne and Raststadt at the “Family Therapy Center Odenwald” Germany and Sexual-Healing-Therapy at the Multiversity in Egmont Netherlands. He composed and recorded music for educational children shows and worked as sound editor for “Stein Video Production” and the Public TV Station “Hessen3” in Frankfurt Germany.

His work and personal curiosity brought him to India where he was introduced to meditation, and to the beautiful classical sounds of the Bansuri, or native bamboo flute. He met and studied with world famous flutist Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia.

In 1997 Vibhas visited Sedona, AZ where he met Prasado, who became his wife and singing partner. It was here that he first heard the haunting sounds of the Navajo flute. Playing these traditional native flutes around the Southwest for the last ten years has brought him much praise from the local Native American population, who are fascinated by his intimate feeling for this ancient instrument, and the longing he expresses through it.

Drawing on his background as a sound editor he founded his company “Music from the Garden,” Recording-Studio, Music Productions and Entertainment. He recorded with international Therapists guided exercises and meditations with his original music. You can find his music in movies, on Yoga-DVD’s and on web-pages.

Vibhas strength is versatility. He plays his original piano solos with a classical touch, his fingers running over the keys like a soft cool breeze in summer. With the keyboard accompaniment, Vibhas is free to play haunting melodies on the Indian flutes, or smooth jazz arrangements with the soprano sax.

- See more at: http://www.musicfromthegarden.com/about.html#sthash.mAP4LGZE.dpuf

    Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East to West.   

   After his music graduation Vibhas studied Music-Therapy in Cologne and Raststadt at the “Family Therapy Center Odenwald” Germany. He composed and recorded music for educational children shows and worked as sound editor for “Stein Video Production” and the Public TV Station “Hessen3” in Frankfurt Germany.

   His work and personal curiosity brought him to India where he was introduced to meditation, and to the beautiful classical sounds of the Bansuri, or native bamboo flute. He met and studied with world famous flutist Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia.

   In 1997 Vibhas visited Sedona, AZ. It was here that he first heard the haunting sounds of the Navajo flute. Playing these traditional native flutes around the Southwest for the last ten years has brought him much praise from the local Native American population, who are fascinated by his intimate feeling for this ancient instrument, and the longing he expresses through it.

   Drawing on his background as a sound editor he founded his company “Music from the Garden,” Recording-Studio, Music Productions and Entertainment. He recorded with international Therapists guided exercises and meditations with his original music. You can find his music in movies, on Yoga-DVD’s and on web-pages.

   Vibhas strength is versatility. He plays his original piano solos with a classical touch, his fingers running over the keys like a soft cool breeze in summer. With the keyboard accompaniment, Vibhas is free to play haunting melodies on the Indian flutes, or smooth jazz arrangements with the soprano sax.

Vibhas - Native American Flute Vibhas Kendzia - Piano Solos VibhasKendzia - Alto Sax

             

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My original CD-recordings and CD-Productions:

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Germany:

1988 “Frankfurter Freiheit” - Political Rock & Ballades, Vibhas on the Piano and multiple singers with words from Brecht and Weil, Herman Hesse and Comedian Harmonists

1990 “Dreams” - Piano Solos, original piano work by Vibhas Kendzia. 

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USA – Vibhas Instrumental Cd’s:

2001 “Light On The Path” Native Flutes, Sax & Piano, USA.

2003 “Longing” Native East and West Indian Flutes over Latin Rhythms, USA.

2012 "Viva Vibhas" Live from Las Vegas, Sax, Flutes & Piano USA

2016 "Chakra Sound Meditation" The compositions of the Chakra Sound Meditation have been recorded with Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls, Percussion, Piano, Keyboard and Synthesizer and are fine-tuned to the specific energy bodies and chakras that they are created for.

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Vibhas & Prasado Kendzia:

2004 “Flowers Of The Dawn”, devotional chanting arranged by Vibhas with vocals by Prasado Kendzia 

 

US & Japan - “Sound Resonance” guided meditations by Komala Uta Rhode with Music by Vibhas Kendzia:

2003 “Chakra Suite Vol. 1,2,3”

2004 “Chakra Resonance Meditation"

2007 “Im Wohlfühlen Ankommen” Guided Relaxation Exercise, Voice: Michael Noack, Music: Vibhas Kendzia

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Mediation CD's:

Guided meditations and hypnoses CD's in English, German, Italian and Japanese language:

2000 “Eyes Of Love”

2001 “Opening The Eyes”

2001 “Opening The Heart”

2002 “Pain Meditation”

2003 “Transforming”

2003 “Power Of Compassion”

2004 “The Alchemy of the Heart”

2004 “Returning To The Center”

2005 “Chakra Gibberish”

2005 “Mastery Of Emotions”

2013 “The Alchemy of the Heart” by © 2013 Leela Lovegarden, Prasad David Wandres, Alvina Wandres, Music by Vibhas Kendzia © 2013, Sedona , AZ, USA.

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Etsuko Muto - Music: Vibhas Kendzia

2004 "Aura-Soma Color Meditations", Meditation based on Aura-soma color and oils, JAPAN

2006 "Rainbow Color Meditations", Meditation based on Aura-soma color and oils, JAPAN.

Tarika Lovegarden: Meditations

2015 "Cooking with Love"

2015 "Divine Eating Meditation"

2015 "Eating Healthily in Social Situations"

2015 "Satisfying Cravings in Healthy, Fulfilling Ways"

2015 "Smart Choices at the Grocery Store"

2015 "Stopping When Your Body's Had Enough"

2016 "Breaking Unhealthy Eating Habits Meditation"

2016 "Detoxing and Revitalizing Your Body Meditation"

2016 "Finding real Value in your Llife Meditation"

2016 "Increase Your Body Intelligence Meditation"

2017 "Workplace Mindfulness" sound editing.

2017 "Deepening Meditation" with music by Vibhas

2018 "Enjoy Deep Sleep Meditation" with piano music by Vibhas

2018 "Relaxing Your Mind for Sleep Meditation" with piano music by Vibhas

2018 "Releasing a Stressful Day for Sleep Meditation" with piano music by Vibhas

2018 "Transforming Anxiety Over Sleep Editing" with piano music by Vibhas

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International – CD-Production for other Musicians and Therapists:

2007 “The Inner Dance” by Maneesha McClure - Dance Music, USA, ITALY.

2007 “Letting Go” by Krish and Amana, meditations, USA, GERMANY, ITALY.

2008 “Heartbeat” by Theresa Robertson - Jazz, USA.

2009 “Soul of Paris” by ZAZU, Gipsy Jazz Double CD, remixing and mastering, USA.

2010 “Out Side The Box” by Theresa & Band, Latin Jazz,

2010 “I’m not your Clown” by Roger Svensson, Ballads, USA.

2011 "Not Guilty" by Roger Svensson, Ballads, NORWAY.

2016 "Anurag & Desolation Angels" by Roger Svensson, Ballads, NORWAY

2017 "Dancing Heart Meditation" by Maneesha McClure with music by Vibhas and Deva Premal

 

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East to West.

After his music graduation Vibhas studied Music-Therapy in Cologne and Raststadt at the “Family Therapy Center Odenwald” Germany and Sexual-Healing-Therapy at the Multiversity in Egmont Netherlands. He composed and recorded music for educational children shows and worked as sound editor for “Stein Video Production” and the Public TV Station “Hessen3” in Frankfurt Germany.

His work and personal curiosity brought him to India where he was introduced to meditation, and to the beautiful classical sounds of the Bansuri, or native bamboo flute. He met and studied with world famous flutist Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia.

In 1997 Vibhas visited Sedona, AZ where he met Prasado, who became his wife and singing partner. It was here that he first heard the haunting sounds of the Navajo flute. Playing these traditional native flutes around the Southwest for the last ten years has brought him much praise from the local Native American population, who are fascinated by his intimate feeling for this ancient instrument, and the longing he expresses through it.

Drawing on his background as a sound editor he founded his company “Music from the Garden,” Recording-Studio, Music Productions and Entertainment. He recorded with international Therapists guided exercises and meditations with his original music. You can find his music in movies, on Yoga-DVD’s and on web-pages.

Vibhas strength is versatility. He plays his original piano solos with a classical touch, his fingers running over the keys like a soft cool breeze in summer. With the keyboard accompaniment, Vibhas is free to play haunting melodies on the Indian flutes, or smooth jazz arrangements with the soprano sax.

- See more at: http://www.musicfromthegarden.com/about.html#sthash.mAP4LGZE.dpuf

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East to West.

After his music graduation Vibhas studied Music-Therapy in Cologne and Raststadt at the “Family Therapy Center Odenwald” Germany and Sexual-Healing-Therapy at the Multiversity in Egmont Netherlands. He composed and recorded music for educational children shows and worked as sound editor for “Stein Video Production” and the Public TV Station “Hessen3” in Frankfurt Germany.

His work and personal curiosity brought him to India where he was introduced to meditation, and to the beautiful classical sounds of the Bansuri, or native bamboo flute. He met and studied with world famous flutist Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia.

In 1997 Vibhas visited Sedona, AZ where he met Prasado, who became his wife and singing partner. It was here that he first heard the haunting sounds of the Navajo flute. Playing these traditional native flutes around the Southwest for the last ten years has brought him much praise from the local Native American population, who are fascinated by his intimate feeling for this ancient instrument, and the longing he expresses through it.

Drawing on his background as a sound editor he founded his company “Music from the Garden,” Recording-Studio, Music Productions and Entertainment. He recorded with international Therapists guided exercises and meditations with his original music. You can find his music in movies, on Yoga-DVD’s and on web-pages.

Vibhas strength is versatility. He plays his original piano solos with a classical touch, his fingers running over the keys like a soft cool breeze in summer. With the keyboard accompaniment, Vibhas is free to play haunting melodies on the Indian flutes, or smooth jazz arrangements with the soprano sax.

- See more at: http://www.musicfromthegarden.com/about.html#sthash.mAP4LGZE.dpuf

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East to West.

After his music graduation Vibhas studied Music-Therapy in Cologne and Raststadt at the “Family Therapy Center Odenwald” Germany and Sexual-Healing-Therapy at the Multiversity in Egmont Netherlands. He composed and recorded music for educational children shows and worked as sound editor for “Stein Video Production” and the Public TV Station “Hessen3” in Frankfurt Germany.

His work and personal curiosity brought him to India where he was introduced to meditation, and to the beautiful classical sounds of the Bansuri, or native bamboo flute. He met and studied with world famous flutist Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia.

In 1997 Vibhas visited Sedona, AZ where he met Prasado, who became his wife and singing partner. It was here that he first heard the haunting sounds of the Navajo flute. Playing these traditional native flutes around the Southwest for the last ten years has brought him much praise from the local Native American population, who are fascinated by his intimate feeling for this ancient instrument, and the longing he expresses through it.

Drawing on his background as a sound editor he founded his company “Music from the Garden,” Recording-Studio, Music Productions and Entertainment. He recorded with international Therapists guided exercises and meditations with his original music. You can find his music in movies, on Yoga-DVD’s and on web-pages.

Vibhas strength is versatility. He plays his original piano solos with a classical touch, his fingers running over the keys like a soft cool breeze in summer. With the keyboard accompaniment, Vibhas is free to play haunting melodies on the Indian flutes, or smooth jazz arrangements with the soprano sax.

- See more at: http://www.musicfromthegarden.com/about.html#sthash.mAP4LGZE.dpuf

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East to West.

After his music graduation Vibhas studied Music-Therapy in Cologne and Raststadt at the “Family Therapy Center Odenwald” Germany and Sexual-Healing-Therapy at the Multiversity in Egmont Netherlands. He composed and recorded music for educational children shows and worked as sound editor for “Stein Video Production” and the Public TV Station “Hessen3” in Frankfurt Germany.

His work and personal curiosity brought him to India where he was introduced to meditation, and to the beautiful classical sounds of the Bansuri, or native bamboo flute. He met and studied with world famous flutist Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia.

In 1997 Vibhas visited Sedona, AZ where he met Prasado, who became his wife and singing partner. It was here that he first heard the haunting sounds of the Navajo flute. Playing these traditional native flutes around the Southwest for the last ten years has brought him much praise from the local Native American population, who are fascinated by his intimate feeling for this ancient instrument, and the longing he expresses through it.

Drawing on his background as a sound editor he founded his company “Music from the Garden,” Recording-Studio, Music Productions and Entertainment. He recorded with international Therapists guided exercises and meditations with his original music. You can find his music in movies, on Yoga-DVD’s and on web-pages.

Vibhas strength is versatility. He plays his original piano solos with a classical touch, his fingers running over the keys like a soft cool breeze in summer. With the keyboard accompaniment, Vibhas is free to play haunting melodies on the Indian flutes, or smooth jazz arrangements with the soprano sax.

- See more at: http://www.musicfromthegarden.com/about.html#sthash.mAP4LGZE.dpuf

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East to West.

After his music graduation Vibhas studied Music-Therapy in Cologne and Raststadt at the “Family Therapy Center Odenwald” Germany and Sexual-Healing-Therapy at the Multiversity in Egmont Netherlands. He composed and recorded music for educational children shows and worked as sound editor for “Stein Video Production” and the Public TV Station “Hessen3” in Frankfurt Germany.

His work and personal curiosity brought him to India where he was introduced to meditation, and to the beautiful classical sounds of the Bansuri, or native bamboo flute. He met and studied with world famous flutist Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia.

In 1997 Vibhas visited Sedona, AZ where he met Prasado, who became his wife and singing partner. It was here that he first heard the haunting sounds of the Navajo flute. Playing these traditional native flutes around the Southwest for the last ten years has brought him much praise from the local Native American population, who are fascinated by his intimate feeling for this ancient instrument, and the longing he expresses through it.

Drawing on his background as a sound editor he founded his company “Music from the Garden,” Recording-Studio, Music Productions and Entertainment. He recorded with international Therapists guided exercises and meditations with his original music. You can find his music in movies, on Yoga-DVD’s and on web-pages.

Vibhas strength is versatility. He plays his original piano solos with a classical touch, his fingers running over the keys like a soft cool breeze in summer. With the keyboard accompaniment, Vibhas is free to play haunting melodies on the Indian flutes, or smooth jazz arrangements with the soprano sax.

- See more at: http://www.musicfromthegarden.com/about.html#sthash.mAP4LGZE.dpuf

Vibhas grew up in West Germany and studied piano and flute from the age of five. While receiving a degree in music education from “Johann Wolfgang Goethe University” Frankfurt, he had the privilege to study Flute with Rolf Bissinger, flutist for the Frankfurt Opera Orchestra, and Piano with Matitjahu Kellig, well known for his Mozart interpretations. Studies in Latin percussion and traditional instruments from many countries were all influential in his creation of original world music, melting genres from East to West.

After his music graduation Vibhas studied Music-Therapy in Cologne and Raststadt at the “Family Therapy Center Odenwald” Germany and Sexual-Healing-Therapy at the Multiversity in Egmont Netherlands. He composed and recorded music for educational children shows and worked as sound editor for “Stein Video Production” and the Public TV Station “Hessen3” in Frankfurt Germany.

His work and personal curiosity brought him to India where he was introduced to meditation, and to the beautiful classical sounds of the Bansuri, or native bamboo flute. He met and studied with world famous flutist Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia.

In 1997 Vibhas visited Sedona, AZ where he met Prasado, who became his wife and singing partner. It was here that he first heard the haunting sounds of the Navajo flute. Playing these traditional native flutes around the Southwest for the last ten years has brought him much praise from the local Native American population, who are fascinated by his intimate feeling for this ancient instrument, and the longing he expresses through it.

Drawing on his background as a sound editor he founded his company “Music from the Garden,” Recording-Studio, Music Productions and Entertainment. He recorded with international Therapists guided exercises and meditations with his original music. You can find his music in movies, on Yoga-DVD’s and on web-pages.

Vibhas strength is versatility. He plays his original piano solos with a classical touch, his fingers running over the keys like a soft cool breeze in summer. With the keyboard accompaniment, Vibhas is free to play haunting melodies on the Indian flutes, or smooth jazz arrangements with the soprano sax.

- See more at: http://www.musicfromthegarden.com/about.html#sthash.mAP4LGZE.dpuf

 

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Listen to VIBHAS CD's

 

Light On The Path - Instrumental Music CD by Vibhas: Piano Solos, Native American Flute Songs and Soprano Saxophone

LIGHT ON THE PATH

Instrumental Music on Native American and East Indian Flutes and Piano solos

 

 

Longing - Instrumental Music CD by Vibhas: Native American Flute Songs over Piano Accompany, Latin Rhythms or Nature Sounds

LONGING

Instrumental Music on Native American and East Indian Flutes over Latin Rhythms

 

 

VIVA VIBHAS - Instrumental Music CD by Vibhas: Romantic and meditative Piano Solos, haunting Native American Flute Songs and smooth Latin Jazz Soprano Saxophone Songs

 VIVA VIBHAS

Instrumental Music on Native American Flutes, Piano solos and Soprano Saxophone songs over Latin Rhythms

 

 

Flowers of the Dawn – Devotional Songs and Chanting by Prasado (voice) and Vibhas Kendzia (all instruments)

FLOWERS OF THE DAWN

Voice, Native Flutes, Piano and Keyboard

Songs of love and beauty surround you… With these songs we want to capture our intimate feelings of being present to the moment. The sweet conversation between flute and voice, the play of sound and silence.