Michael Fitzpatrick

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I-nterlude

Michael Fitzpatrick

Michael Fitzpatrick performs a beautiful musical interlude, originally released with His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama in their TUNING THE PLANET performance initiative. Charged with sharing a new consciousness and spiritual message through the vehicle of the music, the initiative joins the ancient music of East and West, deep inside the largest cave in the world. The goal was clear: enter the very heart of the Earth, listen, then musically transcribe its voice and message to bring back and share with humanity.

11:23 | 2016

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About Michael Fitzpatrick

Hailed by The New York Times as possessing “A sense of humor, virtuosity, and an ear for musical dialogue”, Michael Fitzpatrick has shared the stage with His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama for the past 17 years as part of the TUNING THE PLANET recording/film/performance platform he is spearheading. He is the recipient of The Prince Charles Award for Outstanding Musicianship conferred by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales.

Michael Fitzpatrick plays the Gemunder / Injeian ‘Golden Cello’ restored by Master Violinmaker Phillip Injeian of Pittsburgh – and the Jensen 5-String Electric Cello made by Eric Jensen of Seattle. His principal cello studies were with Scott Ballantyne, Personal Teaching Assistant to Leonard Rose.

Source: A Better World Studios NYC

Watch more with Michael Fitzpatrick: One World on Newswirefm