Did you play the didgeridoo at the Parliament of World's Religions? I read in the program you accompanied Visier Sanyu as he was chanting in a program session. Did you also play at a plenary session?
Let me introduce myself: I am a documentary film producer. My partner and I were documentarians for the Parliament. We filmed a didge player with a Native American singer, we thought, on the plenary stage. The singer was dressed in red. The didge player was seated. Was this you? And was the singer Visier? We are trying to find out because we are finishing our documentary about global spirituality called "Globalized Soul" and want to give these musicians credit in our film. Can you let me know if this was you? If it wasn't, do you know the didge player and singer's names? The didge player was onstage throughout the week, I think. We have looked through the program but couldn't find the names of these very gifted musicians. . .
We are in the midst of completing "Globalized Soul" this week so would love to know the names very soon.
Thank you very much for your assistance with this, Blessings, Cynthia Lukas, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
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