Wouter Kellerman, a flutist from Johannesburg, South Africa, won his initial Grammy for Best MODERN Record in 2015. Winds of Samsara — a cooperation with American-born Indian designer Ricky Kej — was a mixture of Kellerman’s calming flute and noises from India. It had been also Kellerman’s 6th album. At age group ten, he started playing the flute and continued to be among South Africa’s youngest acknowledged talents. Studying overseas, he learned to build up global noises into his personal improvisational design. In 2008 he released his debut, Color, a assortment of tunes influenced by global noises (Argentina, Ireland, Spain, Africa) and performed on his brand flute. Tunes from that debut (plus a few from his 2010 sophomore follow-up, Two Voices) produced their method onto 2012’s Fifty percent Moon collection. Some fresh tunes had been included on 2012’s Timeless, especially a set of tracks focused on Nelson Mandela and a sparse cover of the overall game of Thrones theme track. Mzansi, his 2013 launch, included just two tunes that didn’t currently show up on Two Voices. Collectively, these five produces founded Kellerman as a favorite world/origins musician, nonetheless it had not been until Samsara that his worldwide recognition improved. He adopted that achievement with Love Vocabulary in 2015.