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Andres Condon

Andres Condon

Andres Condon


Andres is a multi instrumentalist, singer, composer. Through his music, he makes audible his love to nature and spirituality. Frequently, he experiments with sounds recorded directly in nature, which he then merges with expressive material from vocalists as well as various instruments (guitar, bandurria, mandolin, viola caipira, tiple, charango). Andres was born in Santiago de Chile in 1957. He is recognized as one of the most important musicians from Chile in the genre of world music Read more on Last.fm
Andres is a multi instrumentalist, singer, composer. Through his music, he makes audible his love to nature and spirituality. Frequently, he experiments with sounds recorded directly in nature, which he then merges with expressive material from vocalists as well as various instruments (guitar, bandurria, mandolin, viola caipira, tiple, charango). Andres was born in Santiago de Chile in 1957.

He is recognized as one of the most important musicians from Chile in the genre of world music, having performed internationally in many concert halls and during festivals, e.g. at the Latin American Festival in the Royal Albert Hall, London, England, or at the State of the World Forum in San Francisco, California, USA. In Chile, he not only gave numerous concerts but he also musically mentored for many TV series. Among others, Andres over a period of seven years acted as composer and sound engineer in the award winning TV series 'Al Sur del Mundo' (In the South of the World). For his musical contribution to educational and environmental programs he was awarded the prestigeous 'Chucao Price' by the Chilean ministry of education. In order to help musicians from Chile to make their work known, Andres together with Rodriga Cepeda (Subhira) founded the music label 'Mundovivo' (www.mundovivo.cl), which now produces and sells music from Chile, North America, and Europe, among these productions some of Andres' own CDs such as "Caminos del Agua", 'Nomad', 'Waves of Silence', 'Dharma Moments' !Corazon de Aguila. Since 2003, Andres lives in Germany from where he repeatedly goes on international concert tours, particularly to Canada, Chile, the USA, and Europe.

Andres has been performing, recording or producing with: Subhira (Chile), Grupo Agua (Chile), Jaqueline Fuentes (Chile), Joakin Bello (Chile), Lenedra Carroll (USA), Sluka (USA), Jewel (USA), Amaresh Seelig (Germany), Dr. Hans Georg Hammerla (Germany), Vatika (Swizerland), Samarpan (Germany) For the past thirty years, he has performed his music all over Chile, Europe, Canada and U.S.A. Latin American Festival, Royal Albert Hall, England Spirit Festival, Gotland, Sweden The Festival, Varazze, Italy Miasto Summer Festival, Toscani, Italy Gautama Summer Festival, Varese, Italy Open Spirit Festival, Baden-Baden, Germany Parimal Festival, Germany Royal Roads University, Victoria, Canada Conservatory of Music, Victoria, Canada State Fair for the Arts, Homer, Alaska John's Beach, New Jersey The Lighthouse Hall, New York Wood Boat Festival, Port Townsend, Washington Sanctuary For the Arts, Portland, Oregon Kings Outdoor Venew, Rogue River, Oregon Great View Hall, Ashland, Oregon Humboldt University, Arcata, California Santa Barbara City College, Santa Barbara, California Rancho Santa Fe Hall, San Diego, California Private concert for Ravi Shankar, Encinitas, California Private concert for Deepak Chopra, La Joya, California Teatro Municipal de Valdivia, Chile Museo Nacional de Arte, Santiago, Chile Teatro Municipal de Las Condes, Chile, San Juan Island, Washington, Teatro Oriente, Chile. Read more on Last.fm.

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