"… Tibetan singer-instrumentalist Tenzin Choegyal, with a
rapid vibrato and volume wattage to put any Italian opera tenor in the
The Australian,(Vincent Plush)
"Tenzin Choegyal bristled with talent, from his extraordinary singing
and mastery of several instruments, to the telling of humorous anecdotes
Sunshine Coast Daily,
"Tenzin Choegyal has been a good cultural ambassador for the Tibetan
people by singing and performing traditional songs and music at festivals,
cultural events and concerts in Australia and New Zealand. He is a passionate
and dedicated performing artist who possesses the talent and skill to
Mr Chope Paljor Tsering, Representative of His
Holiness the Dalai Lama in Australasia.
"Through his music [and] his warm explanations, we were transported
to a world where peace, love and mediation are central to life. It is
Tenzin's obvious joyfulness when he sings and plays that contributes
to our listening pleasure."
Brisbane Ethnic Music and Arts Centre Magazine,
"..it's thrilling to hear Tenzin's voice, full of matter and movement away from matter, yearning and the movement away from yearning."
Zsuzsi Soboslay (Arts writer and Bodyworker)
"...Bringing a perfect close to the festival was none other than Tenzin Choegyal & The Tashi Lhunpo Monks of Tibet performing a ritual dance piece, followed by a solo show by Choegyal and a collaboration of the group to close. More than anything WOMADelaide symbolised the results possible when cultures are accepting of each other. WOMAD brings together those people who still hold hope for the cause of harmony around the world and the show witnessed over these two days and three nights was a direct result of the fostering of a positive energy, transferred in to positive action. .." Jordan Mulroney for WOMAD 08 In Review