Music Industry News Network [01-18-2014]
Michal Rudas - A New, Unique Vocalist On World Music Scene
Sound: http://michalrudas.pl/images/audio/changing promo-mix.mp3
Michal Rudas, born in Poland in 1981 is an exceptional vocalist graduated from Bednarska Music College in Warsaw - Vocal Department (2004) with a lot of diverse vocal, stage, studio and TV experience ("Strictly come dancing" - Polish version) in many different genres.
Currently focused on his own projects in the field of world music, deeply inspired by Indian classical music.
Michal learned Hindustani vocal in Varanasi in India from Anup Misra - the great singer and professor of Sampurnanda Sanskrit University of Varanasi - and in Bhavan Insitutute in London from Shubra Guha (great female singer and teacher of Agra gharana).
So far, he has released 2 albums: "Shuruvath" (2009), "Changing" (2013)
Michal's new album "Changing" is characterized by the depth of content and universalism of message. This project has been created together with the multi-instrumentalist producer Marcin ¦widerski. Songs are full of Indian flavours with influences ranging from pop, soul to flamenco set in a chillout, ambient space. Listening to the album, one can enjoy not only the smooth and relaxing electronics but also the accoustic sounds of such instruments as: tabla, cajon, sitar, dilruba, bansuri flute, classical guitar and oud and, above all, Michal's soothing voice. Finally, lyrics written by Michal are mostly in English with some parts in Polish (his mother tongue) and Indian languages: Hindi and Sanskrit.
This music is a perfect choice for people searching for subtle, esthetic experiences and deep contemplation in the field of heart and spirit.
Michal makes real World Music, magic fusion of East and West, which brings music to new levels and opens it to wider audiences from different countries and cultures.
Album available on Spotify and iTunes.
physical CD available on CDBaby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/michalrudas
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