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Daniel Espada is a multi - instrumentalist composer born in Madrid.

As a child he finds refuge in music and soon recognizes it as his way of life and his companion.

He studied classical guitar and later trained professionally as a drummer and percussionist. He is part of different Rock and Jazz projects of the national scene, recording several studio albums, besides working for several years as a professional drummer and educator.

Passion and curiosity for different ways of understanding music leads him to travel to South America, Africa and India, where he spends seasons discovering new instruments and learning with great masters.

In 2015, he created "Organic meditation music", a project that ranges from Mantras and sacred songs to compositions of meditative music performed with ancestral instruments from around the world.

Daniel offers regularly Kirtan, concerts and he is recording a new album studio.

 

oRGANIC MEDITATION MUSIC

Organic meditation offers meditative music composed and played with ancient instruments from different parts of the world.

Composed and produced by Daniel Espada ©

www.organicmeditationmusic.bandcamp.com

 
 

from the self to the self

 

INTO THE SILENCE

 

THE MAGIC OF NATIVEAMERICAN FLUTE

KIRTAN

“In the Kirtans with Daniel, the continent is as important as the content. The first is a wonderful voice full of nuances. The second are beautiful Mantras that make you connect immediately. You don't need a special spiritual sensitivity to reach a deep meditative state. ”

Gong Samadhi

“A Kirtan with Daniel is a mystical experience. The repetition of the Mantras takes you to a state of stillness and connection with your deepest being, beyond time and space. Each session is different, but they all release that perfume of Being. The chanting of the Mantras does its work beyond what one feels or experiences, releases the body and gives calm and well-being.

Judith

Contact

Kirtan, concerts, workshops….

info@danielepada.com

 
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