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"Music, Photography and Film is my Life, Love and Meditation. When composing, filming or photographing, I follow my instincts and my longing for a deeper meaning, looking for the light shining through from the beyond. When I am playing my songs or editing a film, the melodies, stories and ideas keep on changing, realizing that they having a life of its own. I am never playing the same song the same way. How could I?
In all of my music, film and photos, you can find the silence from within. They are playful and relaxing, because to me, sound, form, light and shadow are stepping stones on the journey to the center. There is a nonverbal magic that is transmitted through the scenes, words and melodies, giving them space, so the watcher can feel the gaps and catch a glimpse of the beyond which is felt deep within." Vibhas Kendzia
My music is perfect for Art Festivals, dinner parties, weddings and special events. In Summertime (June, July and August) I am touring Wisconsin, the northern parts of Michigan and Minnesota and in Wintertime you can find me in AZ, CA, NM and NV. Please see my Calendar for more details. At this time I am also available for Flute, Native American Flute & Piano Classes.
Vibhas performing on 2 Native American Flutes (F#m). Recorded in Indio, CA at the "South West Arts Festival" 2011
This video introduces the oil painting "Canyon of the Anasazi" by the nationally recognized artist William Scott Jennings (www.wsjennings.com), accompanied by the song "Goddess of the River" from the CD "Light on the Path" by the multi instrumentalist Vibhas Kendzia.
In this video I am playing my original Piano Composition "Winter Hike at West Fork" to my romantic snowy winter pictures from a hike in West Fork Canyon near Sedona Arizona 10 miles north on Highway 89A.
Produced by Sasha Hirayama and the team from Aura-Soma Kansai, Osaka, Japan:
WEB: http://www.aurasoma-kansai.com/ E-mail: email@example.com
Concert Video by Yoko, recorded at OSAKA Kodomo Bunka Center
Cherry blossoms Videos, recorded at Yoshino Mountains, Japan and editing by Vibhas Kendzia
Music and Video-Graphy by
Vibhas Kendzia: Native American Flute in G-Minor
Viru: Lead Guitar