Miguel B. Hart “Tuning The World” live with Michael Fitzpatrick


Miguel rocks with renowned cellist Michael Fitzpatrick & the amazing Lisa Campbell

Miguel B. Hart feat. Michael Fitzpatrick & Lisa Campbell "Change This Year (Wish You Were Here)"

Miguel B. Hart

“Tuning the World”

LIVE with

Michael Fitzpatrick

Check out a video of the performance below:

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Praise for Michael Fitzpatrick:

“The emotion induced by Michael Fitzpatrick’s music
is so powerful it seems almost verbalized.” 

His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama
“An exceptional talent and I couldn’t agree with him more –
music is the only thing that can change the world” 

Sir George Martin, Producer of the Beatles
Michael Fitzpatrick is nothing short of a cello legend and without a doubt a beautiful and bright soul. He is the recipient of The Prince Charles Award for Outstanding Musicianship conferred by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. Featured in the New York Times, the USA Today, on PBS’ The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer and National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, Fitzpatrick has performed around the world for the past 30 years,

I had a great time rocking the house with Michael and the amazing Lisa Campbell in an impromptu jam-session full of high vibrations. Special thanks to A.Zolezzi for connecting the dots!



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