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Tibetan singer/songwriter


“Music is like drifting clouds that fly freely over the man-made geographical borders in this infinite space of possibilities.”  -Tenzin Choegyal.

To get latest upcoming infos on Tenzin’s Tours, projects, songs, and concerts and maybe a poem or two. Please visit his Insta Page – Tibet_Effect or his Facebook Page 

Tenzin Performs at Carnegie Hall NYC

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Tenzin is planning on 2 new albums for the year of Water Rabbit 

2022 release Tenzin Choegyal’s New Album Yeshi Dolma
Hard copy available to order.

A New Album by Tenzin Choegyal Fuses Tibetan Traditions with Genre-Transcending Sounds. With his soul-stirring voice, Choegyal creates a meditative and heart-opening experience. Album review Tricycle Magazine

GRAMMY nominated album Songs from the Bardo begins with a bell ringing out once, twice, three times, as a ritualistic chant emerges from the dense silence. The collaborative composition by avant-garde icon Laurie Anderson, Tibetan multi-instrumentalist Tenzin Choegyal, and composer and activist Jesse Paris Smith is a guided journey through the visionary text of the Tibetan Book of the Dead, unfolding in an 80-minute ebb and flow of sound and words. Songs from the Bardo is a transporting experience, meant to draw the listener into the present moment and provide a framework for inner exploration. Anderson, Choegyal, and Smith fuse modern compositional techniques with the mystique of Tibetan Buddhist philosophy to make these visionary traditions more accessible to a new generation of listeners and to reveal the ancient wisdoms contained within. 

Order here: https://folkways.si.edu/songs-from-the-bardo

Reviews on Rollingstone  Pitchfork  Tricycle   

Tibet2Timbuk2's second CD, Apo Gaga - Little Boy

Tenzin Choegyal’s new release with his band  Tibet2Timbuk2 long-time friends and musical collaborators Marcello Milani, Shen Flindell  and new member Richard Grantham in a gorgeous sonic blend of Tibetan, Indian, pop, rock and classical musical sensibilities, with special guests Sangeet Mishra (sarangi) and Taro Terahara (bansuri). Get the full album at http://bit.my/apogaga  or  mail order here


From Tenzin’s own fav album “HEART STRINGS” this Video Clip with the Kids of Tibetan Children’s Villages India, Mustang and Nepal will definately open your hearts in being human.  online at EthnoSuperLounge.

Tenzin Choegyal retraces his roots with ABC Reporter Eric Campbell of Foreign Correpondent Watch it on ABC iView