About the artist
Silentaria music layered with progressive parts, effective vocals and proper sound effects creates gentle themes which take the listeners on a journey of self-actualization, inner thought and peaceful insight, while focusing on pure experience of life, beyond conceptual words and beliefs.
The project’s music combines elements of Electronic, New Age, Progressive, Contemporary Instrumental and Ambient music.
The main instruments are Keyboards, Synthesizers, drum machines and digital choirs. Rixa White also uses digital sounds like Flutes, Strings and computer-generated human voices and writes all the lyrics by himself. Silentaria music is mainly instrumental and vocals are occasionally used to highlight its message.
It is the reminiscence of New Age and Electronic music projects such as Enigma, Yanni, Jean Michel Jarre, Kitaro, Vangelis and Era.
Silentaria is inspired by the Wholeness and Emptiness philosophy. Its voice is an invitation to the inner world which is silent but the source of every sound. This manifests Silentaria’s slogan: “The Voice of Emptiness”.
Rixa White Bio:
As a self-taught musician, Rixa composed his first pieces of music at the age of 14 by Electric Melodica and later continued his music career by giving electronic recitals for family members using his Commodore64.
While studying Industrial Engineering, he continued composing more music using musical softwares and several types of keyboards.
In late 1990s after composing plenty of enthusiastic musical themes, he gradually got involved in computer software business and carried on with his life as an online entrepreneur.
This made him travel around the world, being in touch with more than 20 countries and cultures and stop playing and composing music for a while.
15 Years later, enriched with life and business experiences, like Japanese painters in ancient Zen stories, he started to compose music again after a long break. He has been working in his personal studio as a professional composer, arranger, keyboardist and sound engineer since then.
Rixa White also writes haiku-like poems that follow the same concept as his music.