While attending Everness Festival in Hungary Estas was invited by colleague artist Istvan Sky Kék Égto to visit his Surya Sangíta Asram. There four beautiful souls met together and by improvising created the musical adventure you are witnessing now.
Music made by Collaboration of: Istvan Sky Kék Ég, Estas Tonne, Pablo Arellano and Indrė Kuliešiūtė.

Filmed & Edited by: Geri Dagys – www.abu2.com


10 thoughts on “The Song of the Butterfly [Hungary 2014]

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  1. Kirby 6 months ago

    What beautiful music! How do I buy it so I can support all of you amazing musicians?

  2. ef965ik2 3 years ago

    very beautifull

  3. Anay 5 years ago

    Gods who remembered who they were…
    Thank you Estas Tonne for being.

  4. Marita Gulklett 5 years ago

    Beautiful, peaceful, relaxing, melodious and destressing – love it <3

  5. Steve Stott 5 years ago

    Simply amazed. An amazing journey captured with sound/music created from the heart and soul. For a brief moment , time had no meaning, for I was in a complete state of wonder and astonishment at what my mind was interpreting. I’m a musician of 35 years…… I believe I have just witnessed and heard the holy grail of music.


  6. C Bartlett 5 years ago

    I listen to heavy metal normally – but found this by accident from a youtube pointer – just made me stop and breath!
    Absolutely fantastic – but does not appear to be available on the site to download – can you change this please?

  7. Bourgin Nathalie 5 years ago

    thank you very much for your connected music.
    I give classes of relaxation to young people with mental disorders and I see them feeling better with special music
    I will let them discover your music.
    A few years ago, you gave me back my zafu from Vipassana in France, you were in Paris
    and I can see the camino you made. congratulations, happy new year

  8. Alessandra Murri 5 years ago

    I discovered you by an accident, looking for a song by Albeniz on you tube . Come to Rome to play. I’m waiting for you. You play what I protect in my hearth.