Join viennese composer and percussionist Reinhard Flatischler for an eye-opening listening experience. Through inspiring interviews with world-renowned artists, leaders, teachers, high- class performers and scientists, this podcast goes beyond music and explores rhythm from different angles: percussion, drumming, singing, chronobiology, spirituality, modern digitization and health. It will give you new perspectives of how to improve your creativity, your health and your resilience and getting into the flow of life
David Kuckhermann - Finding an Authentic Way of Drumming
Meet a versatile and creative percussion player who had the courage to craft his own style out of the many traditions he learned including Egypt, Europe, India, Turkey and Africa. David is a grammy nominee and a world-renowned handpan player. He currently tours the world as freelancer, soloist and band-member of Dead Can Dance as well as teaching masterclasses for handpan players and percussionist.
Giovanni Hidalgo, the Conga Legend
Are you in love with Salsa and Latin Music? Meet Giovanni Hidalgo - the man who took conga to the next level. Standing in the tradition of Tata Guines, Candido, Changuito and Chano Pozo, Giovanni has not only performed with most Latin Super Stars, he also has developed deep wisdom and love that he now shares with world. It is a true honor to have Giovanni Hidalgo performing live on my podcast - thank you hermano!
Arash Zanganeh, the Persian Daf Master, who bridges tradition and world music
Daf is a unique drum with a very special sound and Arash Zanganeh is one of the great masters of this drum, who uses it also in the traditional context and in world music. He is composer and percussionist with the Ensemble Diaspora World music group in Brisbane. He also recorded with the great female singer Abida Parveen in the project "Rumi in the Land of Khusrau". If you want to know more about the art of Daf drumming and its ancient roots, this episode is for you. Listen to this fascinating world music style and get a taste of the old tradition.
Rafael Reina: South Indian Rhythms for Western Music
This episode is a very interesting journey through unusual rhythmic landscapes. Rafael Reina studied extensively the theory of South Indian Karnatic music and with this knowledge he developed the program "Contemporary Music through Non-Western Techniques", which he teaches at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. He also composed three operas which have an intriguing rhythmic blueprint - contemporary music with the sensuality and driving power of rhythm.
Shamans of the New World with Ya'acov Darling Khan
This episode explores shamanism in modern times. My talk with Ya'acov Darling Khan reveals that shamans are not just ancient healers from the past. Ya'acov Darling Khan is acknowledged as a practicing shaman by indigenous elders from the Arctic to the Amazon. His message is: Shamanism, and a shift from society's focus on acquisition to reciprocity, is a key to restoring our universal connection and solving our interpersonal and world issues. Ya'acov sees shamanism as a path to reawaken a sense of the magic, potential and splendour of creation.
Einheit, Polarität und Resonanz - im Gespräch mit Rüdiger Dahlke
Was sind die Spielregeln des Lebens und wie können uns diese Orientierung im Leben geben?
In dieser deutschsprachigen Episode spreche ich mit dem Arzt, Psychotherapeuten, Autor und Seminarleiter, der mit seiner Arbeit Millionen von Menschen erreicht - Rüdiger Dahlke.
Seine Themen und Buchtitel „Krankheit als Chance“, „Angstfrei leben“ „Das Alter als Geschenk“ oder „Medizin und Menschlichkeit“ sind aktueller denn je. Wir beleuchten diese Themen in Bezug auf Rhythmus und Gesundheit, aber auch deren Rolle in der aktuellen Situation.