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Reverend Dr. Alan Jones Dean of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, California recently says of Blue, "Your flute playing is truly magic. Your playing alone and with Christopher created an atmosphere in which prayer happens very naturally. It made the service invitational and prayerful, which is very difficult to do through the medium of words. I hope to work with you again."

Dear Blue,

Countless thanks to you, once again, for your exquisite musicianship which enhanced the Institution service so beautifully. 

It was great to have you there (your presence), and great to have a chance to work together.  I will definitely get in touch with Dawn Atkinson at WindhamHill, and see if we can do a project together.

Jonathan Dimmock

Former Music Director of St. John The Divine Cathedral in New York City.

www.jonathandimmock.com

Reverend Dr. Alan Jones Dean of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, California recently says of Blue, "Your flute playing is truly magic. Your playing alone and with Christopher created an atmosphere in which prayer happens very naturally. It made the service invitational and prayerful, which is very difficult to do through the medium of words. I hope to work with you again."

Ray Brooks, Shakuhachi master and author of " Blowing Zen, Finding an Authentic Life " writes about meeting and performing with Blue, "Blue's playing was something special I'll never forget. Our flutes soared to the heavens together, then plummeted to the earth. Blue played his flutes like he was born to play them."

For the last 2 years Blue has been performing with Michael Stillwater and Gary Malkin as a part of Michael's "ChantWave" medicine music event. Michael writes of Blue,

"It is time for (his) soul and music to be shared with the world. Rooted in sacred tradition, standing in true humility, Blue honors all of us with every note he plays. Listen to the prayer of his heart - it is healing medicine. Ho!"