A short Clip of Monk Party in Mongolia (July 3-6, 2017). For more info please visit the www.monkparty.com
Words and Music by Sri Chinmoy. is the ‘He Param Pita’ song by Pavaka & Nelson. The video made by Homagni, Pavaka and Ashivard. The audio recorded live on July 6 Concert in Erdenet by Ashivard.
This is a video of the performance of Paree’s incredible arrangement of the Peace Run and World Harmony Run songs performed at Song of the Soul Concert (NYU Skirball Center, NY – August 25, 2017). This particular concert was a special tribute to the 30th anniversary of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run. Special gratitude to Mridanga for making this video.
Recently, the music group Oneness-Dream offered 31 acapella singing performances of Sri Chinmoy’s music at spiritual locations throughout Tuscany, Italy.
The members of the group are students of Sri Chinmoy and come from several different countries. During the tour, they performed in churches and monasteries in Florence, Sienna and Pisa, and the surrounding Tuscany countryside.
The concerts were attended by members of the public and members of the local congregations. Those who attended the concert expressed their appreciation for the uplifting music.
During his lifetime, Sri Chinmoy composed many thousands of songs and also offered many Peace Concerts as an offering to seekers. Sri Chinmoy felt music could be a vehicle for bringing the heart to the fore and dissolving the barriers which can exist between people.
The Enthusiasm-Awakeners singing group sing for about 30 minutes each morning for the 3100-mile runners every morning. Today they celebrated their 10th anniversary of when Sri Chinmoy gave them that name. Parvati is the leader of this group of girls. She has calculated that over the years her group has sung for 44 different runners from 17 countries. Of the 44 runners 9 were women. Ananda-Lahari has been the only runner they have seen every year since they have been coming to sing. She adds that they have learned 1528 songs from of which they routinely sing 227 of.
This is a simple recording from the audience of a live version of ‘Saraswati’ from Purushottama, the “Grandfather of Russian Rock”. Sung at the Tribute Concert for Sri Chinmoy on April 15, 2014, at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. This concert was dedicated to the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Sri Chinmoy’s arrival in the West. In this concert, he performed a traditional Indian mantra in honour of the Goddess Saraswati, the Mother aspect of God that presides over the arts and learning.
The concert of Anahata Nada took place on Jan 11, 2015. Even though it happened 2 years ago, we feel that it still worth sharing 🙂