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John Wubbenhorst is a master of the Western and Indian flute. His rich, varied background includes extensive training in jazz, Western classical flute, and music of world cultures. Wubbenhorst appears on several highly popular recordings, including Blue Incarnation by Sanjay Mishra with Jerry Garcia. Since his mid-teens, the multi-instrumentalist focused on the flute as his primary instrument. His musical education stretches from the Julliard School of Music to private studies with Indian master musicians. Wubbenhorst lends his talents to Rasa's album. Rasa is a couple that finds their love for each other also fuels artistic expression. That couple is vocalist Kim Waters and cellist Hans Christian. On Devotion they work with Wubbenhorst and other guest musicians to celebrate Indian devotional music in tranquil, contemporary new age arrangements.

Biography

Formed: California

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '00s

Vocalist Kim Waters and German-born multi-instrumentalist/producer Hans Christian comprise Rasa, a San Francisco-based duo dedicated to Indian devotional music. Waters has a parallel career as an illustrator, thanks to her mastery of classical Indian art styles, while Christian worked as a session musician in Los Angeles during the '80s and subsequently collaborated with artists like Robert Rich, Vas, Krishna Das, and Jai Uttal. Together, Rasa plays up the soothing, hypnotic aspects of Indian spiritual...
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