Genres:Electronic - Lounge/Chillout, Electronic - Experimental, Electronic - Ambient, Jazz - Fusion, Specialty - Soundtrack Alternatives, World - African
At present they are working together under the band name of Siva Hari. They have released two CDs, “Deli,” a chill work, and “Innuendo,” a collection of creative moods.
Robert resides in Florida, USA, and has produced or composed and performed over 30 albums since 1979 under the group names of Rasa, BLISS, and Sri Hari. The combined sale of these albums is slightly over 2,000,000 copies in Europe. He is a proficient recording engineer and mixer who plays keyboard, guitar, percussion and vocals. He is presently partnered with Mamed as the group “Siva Hari.”
Mamed resides in Kazakhstan and has composed music for film, television and theater since 1991. His first film score was for “The Heather,” and his first theater composition was in the Theater Post Scriptum in 1992. He is a sought after session musician for his skill on keyboards and guitar. In 1999 he founded his own company, “New Project,” which produces content for documentaries and advertising. In January of 2004 he received the prize of “Audience Sympathy” as well as the special prize of “The Favorite of the Festival” at The International Festival of Theatre Improvisation in Amsterdam. In 2006 he wrote the music and libretto of “Plant Mechanics” that was performed for two years in Almaty. In 2008 he composed the music for the ballet, “Illusion of Love,” now playing in Moscow, Minsk, Almaty and soon in Paris. He has written over 200 themes used in TV, documentaries and advertising.
He has worked for the following companies: 'Khabar', '31st Channel', 'AlmaTV' (national TV channel), 'Radio NS' (Kazakhstani local radio as the official music composer in 1995). He has composed music for the theatres 'Art & Shock', '7th Verge', and 'Youth Experimental Theatre'. He has written advertising music for 'Nokia', 'Procter & Gamble', 'Samsung', 'Hoffmann La Roche', 'Varta' (international brands), 'Assam Tea', 'Simba Tea', Tassay', 'Dalina' (mineral water), 'Armada' (furniture), and 'S&X' (drinks), amongst others.