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Paul Vens



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Paul Vens

From Netherlands, Paul Vens lead us to a very relaxing time, connecting his beautiful compositions with different topics, always attached to the soul and the strenght of love.

In his early years as a child, Paul discovered the magic of nature and started looking for ways to express these experiences. When he was ten years old, he played his first chords on a selfmade wooden guitar.

Later painting and writing also became ways of expressing his experiences. He made his first three albums for record company Oreade/Warner. His music could then be released all over the world.

The Albums: “Promise”, “Aquarius” and “Son to the Father”. These albums have mainly very open, clear, instrumental work. Very special is the way he creates silence between the notes.

The longing for pure freedom of creativity finally pushed him in the direction of his own independent musiclabel.

Now, already 9 albums have been released through this label, as well as a couple of booklets and prints of his paintings.

At the end of the last century Paul discovers the Tibetan Singing Bowls through a friendship with an old priest. The Tibetan Singing Bowls have thereafter played an important role in his musical journey, they have become part of his music and concerts. The Singing Bowls are known to be able to shift one’s presence from thinking to feeling and Paul has had special experiences in using these bowls in ‘experiencing sound’ workshops with the mentally handicapped.

In Holland and Belgium Paul writes articles about the Tibetian Singing Bowls, Music and Nature.

Paul Vens & Friends play their music for Radio Stations all over the world, and they have concerts in France, Germany, Belgium and Holland.



Timeless Love, Ode to Arthur van Schendel (Dutch Writer 1874-1946)

Serenity, Voice of the Heart

Playing in the Fields, the concert playlist

Words in Time: A very special Journey to Aurora

Daughters of Light: With Singing Bowls for rest and peace

Open: Songs about Inayat Kahn, Nag Hammadi, Tibet

Earliest Light: Lovesongs, or search for the earliest light

The White Lake: Songs about the Nag Hammadi, Katharen, Troubadours-songs

Aquarius: Instrumental, light and transparant

Promise: Instrumentals and very quiet folky songs

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