These are artist whom we have worked with in the past on events and whom help create "Peace for Tibet" a song in honor of the missing Panchen Lama.
Peter Kater, multi-Platinum selling pianist-composer, has received 6 Grammy nominations in the last 7 years and has scored over 100 television programs and films including the award winning "10 Questions for the Dalai Lama" as well as 11 On and Off-Broadway dramatic plays. He is also a proud recipient of the prestigious Environmental Leadership Award from the United Nations. His creative and life work focus's on protecting and healing the environment as well as up-lifting the individual.
To listen to his music and to learn more, go to: www.PeterKater.com
Nawang Khechog, grammy-nominated multi-instrumentalist and composer renowned for his flute-playing on both solo and collaboration albums, including with Peter Kater. He offers his music and compassion workshops in support of many Tibetan causes. A monk for 11 years, he studied with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and other Tibetan Buddhist masters. He has collaborated with Philip Glass, Laurie Anderson, Kitaro, Trey Anastasio [Phish], Ustad Sultan Khan, Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma, David Bowie, Michael Stipe (R.E.M.), Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (nephew of the famous Qawalli singer), Natalie Merchant, Peter Kater, R. Carlos Nakai, Paul Winter, Allen Ginsberg, Patty Smith, Steve Gorn, and performed in the same concerts with U2, Pearl Jam, Taj Mahal, Beastie Boys, Ben Harper, R.E.M., Alanis Morissette, Bjork, Sonic Youth, Billy Corgan, Moby, Dave Matthews, Herbie Hancock, Tracy Chapman, KRS-1, Sean Lennon and A Tribe Called Quest.
To listen to Nawangs music and to learn more, please go to: www.NawangKhechog.com
Michael Fitzpatrick, Concert cellist and recording artist Michael Fitzpatrick has worked musically with His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama for the past 13 years, who stated, "The emotioninduced by Michael Fitzpatrick's music is so powerful it seems almost verbalized."At the forefront of utilizing music as a vehicle for inducing feelings of peace, he isthe architect of the unprecedented East-West musical collaboration involving His Holinessthe Dalai Lama - COMPASSION RISING - recorded inside the largest cave in the world. Fitzpatrick is the recipient of the Prince Charles Award for Outstanding Musicianship conferred by H.R.H. the Prince of Wales and has performed as soloist in concerts around the world, and at the Hollywood Bowl, the National Cathedral, the United Nations, and the House of Blues.
To learn more please go to: www.MichaelFitzpatrick.com