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This music video for Klare KuOlga’s song “Flowers of One Garden” promotes the universal principal of the oneness of humanity. It was filmed at the Boulders near the township of Babinda, North Queensland, Australia. This project began with an Indigenous Elder of the region, Annie Wonga, who is seen in the opening scene of the video.
Originally from the highlands of Papua New Guinea, Klare KuOlga brings a unique sound and experience through her music by drawing on her traditional roots, combined with elements of Jazz, RnB, World and Soul music genres. Klare is a Jazz graduate of the Canberra School of Music and also holds a Master of Arts Degree in Contemporary Music from Macquarie University in Sydney. Her skills range from being a musical director, professional performer, singer/songwriter, and arts educator, and she’s currently based in Australia.
She was also interviewed as part of the Ink of Light Baha’i Writers’ Festival and she shared how the teachings of the Baha’i Faith influence her music.
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