Andrew Kim

Andrew Kim - CD Reviews

Press Coverage:
Andrew has performed on CBC 10 times, and was featured on the CBC documentary “Cliché”. He as also appeared in various newspapers including The Province, The Georgia Straight, Burnaby Now, The Beijing Times, and the Thai National newspaper.

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"the kind of eclectic genius who needs to be celebrated and has unlimited potential"
- Kulpreet Sasan - Review Vancouver

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"A deep distance from earth with a glimpse at the eternal. Andrew Kim captures the experience of astral projection with strings as his voice. Transcending through the planes into the light. A perfect blend of melodies and enchanting suggestions to relax the body, calm the mind, and enrich the soul.
- Adam Garwood: music critic - CITR Radio.

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"Andrew's music creates a beautiful ambience for connecting the body, mind, and spirit, preparing the students for the class ahead. The vibrations in Andrew's music help connect us to our own inner vibrations and spirit. His music is grounding and helps to keep us present and connected to the centre of our being. His music is very thoughtful, yet peaceful and creates a beautiful atmosphere for the students to meditate."
- Ifat Erez: founder of the Prana Yoga Centre, Vancouver,BC

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"Andrew Kim plays with the penetrating skill of a master magician"
- Luis Dahl: founder of Twin Dragon Visionary Services

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"Andrew's use of his many exotic instruments lend to an experience of expression in it's rawest form, oozing passion and a deep warmth. Tracks to open an ear and a heart."
- Anil Bidessie - Host for Instant Karma 102.7 FM

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Thank you for the airplay copy of "The Journey." It is an excellent debut. I like the mediative quality of the sounds...very "raga" like and orginal. A well-balanced texture of east and west.
- Renee Gelpi, "Celebration Starsong" Interplanetary Radio Group

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On Andrew's music used in the film The Chameleons...

"Andrew's music brought exactly the kind of rich, yet relaxing ambiance I was looking for the restaurant scene in "The Chameleons". The music plays as an interesting counter element to the tense and somewhat apprehensive feel to the dialogue. The beautiful melody from Andrew's sitar gave the scene a standout appeal, and as a result the scene often lasts in the audience's memory.
- Faisal Lutchmedial: filmmaker


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