The Annual "Tibet Effect Concert" Benefit for the Tibetan Children's Villages (INDIA)
Fri Eve 22nd November 2013
Melbourne once again hosts a night of profound and heartfelt Tibetan music and culture from the roof top of our world.
Exiled in the Sun-burnt Country - Tibetan performers Lhamo Dolma, Tenzing Yeshe & Tsering Dhondup will generously share there passion, art and culture with YOU!!!!
Bring your friends and family & rest in the knowing that your generous contributions are helping to save the precious endangered Tibetan way of life through the work and the efforts of the Tibetan Children's Village projects all through out India.
For more information, phone Elyjah McLeod - 0417 534 805 To book tickets, click the buy tickets button below.
The Tibet Effect Benefit Concert North Fitzroy Fri Eve 22nd NOV 2013 7pm-8:30pm
Hungarian Reformed Church 129 St Georges Rd North Fitzroy, Melbourne Tickets available at the door from 6.30pm.... $25.00 Love for you to join us
Lhamo Dolma - (Amdo Eastern Tibet)
Lhamo learned her style of singing from her Grandmother on the farm in the far reaches of Eastern Tibet. Since her escape from Tibet into Exile she has offered her music at numerous human right’s festivals in India, Switzerland, France, Nepal. Lhamo has been recorded for 4 international films and documentaries on Tibet including "Tibet In Song" featured this year at Melbourne inaugural Tibet Festival.
Since her arrival in 2009 to Australia she has performed at the Cobargo and Peats Ridge Festival, Tibet effect concert Byron Bay and His Holiness the Dalai Lama's teaching's in Sydney and Melbourne. She is currently in the studio recording her Traditional Mountain songs.
She is very proud of her culture. It is her dream to share with you all the mountain songs and keep alive and preserve her precious Tibetan ways.
Tenzing Yeshe - Mebourne's own since October 2009
Studied a diploma of Tibetan music and dance at the prestigious Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA), Dharamsala, India, graduating in 2006 and was then appointed music, dance and drama teacher.
He was selected as a top ten contestant at the Melbourne Street Change 2010 competition and has traveled around Australia sharing his rich cultural heritage with many communities, both Tibetan and non-Tibetan.
Currently, Tenzing is teaching the young Tibetans in Melbourne their traditional cultural dances and music. He has also performed at Melbourne Festival Of Tibet 2013, for Multicultural Arts Victoria throughout Melbourne and has been an integral part of the organization committee for The Melbourne Festival of Tibet.
Tenzing has been heard and seen at the Woodford folk festival, Festival of Tibet @ Brisbane’s powerhouse and on PBS 106.7FM, ABC drive, Radio National and Music Deli. He has recently released his debut album “Lewang”.
It doesn't get as raw and real as this performance! Tsering is a nomadic singer who arrived in Melbourne only 6 months ago. Born in U-Tsang, Nangchu in the region called Pharda Dew in a nomadic family.
Since his childhood he was very interested in singing songs and listening to songs from the elders. Now he is older he has became very interested in singing traditional and folk songs.
Even today he loves to sing songs while doing his chores. For Tsering coming to Australia is like a dream, he still can't believe it.
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