The Aeon Tree is an ongoing musical pilgrimage, finding inspiration in the many ways people from all over the world have approached music as a doorway to transcendence.
Although I usually have one single instrument as my main focus, over the years, because of my love for sound and an eagerness to experiment, I saw myself growing into a multi-instrumentalist.
The main instruments I see rotating in my practice are the Ney, Clarinet, Kamanche, Ukulele, Guitar, Double bass, Voice and occasionally percussion and some other odd instruments if a musical setting asks for it. Together all the different colours of those instruments form a palette that allows me to cover a broad musical frequency spectrum when recording music.
The Aeon Tree, a one-man-orchestra with occasional guests, is a kind of musical playground where I can weave the colours of all these instruments together.