Clement Jewitt

Clement Jewitt

Clement Jewitt is a composer, improviser and all-round interested-in-everything man who is passionate about the role of sound and music in a balanced and grounded life.  He writes music which aims to deepen the listener's experience, working through the body, as also with singing bowls and shamanic drumming in groups seeking doorways to the transcendental.  His particular current concern is with raising awareness of the possible imminent catastrophes threatening our world.

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