Among Previous Grammy Winners South African Flute Player Wouter Kellerman Included in 58th Grammy Nominations

Grant winning flute player and arranger Wouter Kellerman has been assigned for the prestigious 58th GRAMMY Grants for his collection ‘Cherish Dialect’ ( in the BEST CONTEMPORARY INSTRUMENTAL Collection classification. It was declared today by The Recording Institute. This is Kellerman’s second selection – he was designated a year ago too, and went ahead to win his first Grammy prior this year.

‘Adore Dialect’ appeared at #1 on the Board World Music Diagram and kept on being in the Main 10 for the following 5 weeks. This awesome collective collection by Kellerman likewise appeared at #1 on the ZMR World Radio Graphs and burned through 10 weeks in the main 40 of the CMJ New World Outlines. It has been an awesome year for Kellerman, as he performed sold out shows over the world, incorporating at Carnegie Corridor in New York and the Kennedy Center in Washington DC.

The limit breaking Contemporary Instrumental collection ‘Adore Dialect’ is Kellerman’s fourth discharge. Drawing impact from Senegal and Spain, Cuba and India, Greece and the Assembled States, Love Dialect embodies the bunch ways we interface on the points of life and love – and the endless dialects with which we talk about the all inclusive association that ties us to each other.

“The subject of being adoring consolidates every one of us,” says Kellerman, “and music connects every social crevice, turning into a general dialect that conveys crosswise over apparently impossible obstructions. A few people indicate love by giving presents or by complimenting somebody, investing energy or by touch”, he proceeds. “My affection dialect is music,” he says with a grin.

On being designated, Wouter Kellerman stated: “I am essentially overpowered by this selection! It is to a great degree gladdening to realize that all our diligent work is being perceived. This collection has really risen above fringes and social boundaries and I trust the positive vitality made will impact positive change on the planet. I feel extremely advantaged to be in such great organization and wish my kindred candidates all the absolute best”.

Wouter Kellerman will effortlessness celebrity main street at the Staples Focus in Los Angeles on Monday February fifteenth, 2016 for the night charged as Music’s Greatest Night . The communicate will begin on CBS at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

About Wouter Kellerman:

Globe-jogging flute player and author Wouter Kellerman got a 2015 Grammy Grant at the 57th Yearly Grammy Grants for his collection Winds of Samsara, a cooperation with Indian writer and maker Ricky Kej. Winds Of Samsara came to #1 on the US Board New Age Collections Graph furthermore topped at #1 on the Zone Music Journalist Beat 100 Global Radio Airplay Diagram in the month of July 2014, winning both the ZMR ‘Collection of the Year’ and ‘Best World Collection’ grants.

Kellerman has likewise been perceived at home, most as of late winning three SAMA’s (South African Music Grant, equal to the American Grammy) in 2015 to add to his past wins in 2010 and 2011, strengthening his status as one of South Africa’s premier performers. Whether composing mind boggling instrumental pieces or charming groups of onlookers with an attractive speculative chemistry of warmth and specialized dominance, Kellerman discovers his motivation in the spaces amongst societies and nations, classes and trains. He flourishes with trying different things with the shades, surfaces, and hues that his woodwind can bring, pushing the instrument into new planes of inventiveness.

The most recent couple of years have seen Kellerman performing in Berlin, Shanghai, New York, Sydney, and past, incorporating an appearance before 700-million individuals as a component of the 2010 FIFA World Container Shutting Service. Late appearances incorporate an execution at the Grammy Exhibition hall in LA in 2014 and shows at Carnegie Corridor in 2014 and 2015.

Enthusiastic about instructing and enabling youngsters, Kellerman has supported the everyday costs of ten kids in the SOS Kids’ Town in Ennerdale, South Africa for as far back as 15 years. For his proceeded with endeavors in giving these kids a superior life, Kellerman was selected for the Inyathelo Exceptional Acknowledgment Grant for Charity.

Kellerman’s strikingly unique woodwind playing can be heard on the soundtrack of the Emmy Grant winning film, Eye of the Panther.

Listen to ‘LOVE Dialect’, 2015 Grammy Named Best Contemporary Instrumental Collection of the Year at:


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