Flautist, composer and self-described "sound healer" Tim Wheater began his musical training at the Guildhall School of Music in London, later winning a scholarship to study in Paris under Marcel Moyse, Jean-Pierre Rampal and Roger Bourdin. A stint at New York's Eastman School of Music under the auspices of James Galway followed before Wheater toured with the dance-pop outfit Bronski Beat; he later spent three years with Eurythmics, subsequently working with Ugly Kid Joe. Additionally performing with everyone from the London Symphony Orchestra to jazz figures like Sonny Stitt and Al DiMiola, Wheater recorded his solo ambient debut A Calmer Panorama in 1988; subsequent efforts include 1991's Mistral: The Wind of Change, 1994's Fish Night Moon, 1997's This Earth and 1999's Incantation. He additionally recorded a series of albums in collaboration with fellow flautist Michael Hoppé, among them The Yearning, The Dreamer and Wind Songs. ~ Jason AnkenyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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