She moved to Australia in , then to New York City in Peter Gabriel to his recording company, Real World Records. She was inspired to reach out to world through her music. Check date values in:
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Retrieved from " https: Views Read Edit View history. InYungchen established the Yungchen Lhamo Charitable Foundation, which is dedicated to improving the welfare of all human beings in need, regardless of borders.
She collaborated with Annie Lennox on her album Ama. She crossed the Himalayan Mountains to Dharamshala, India, in order to continue her Buddhist spiritual practice. Luamo performance, with solo percussion by Florent Jodelettook place in one of the museum's locations the lnamo meter perspective stretching from the Winged Victory of Samothraceto the Renaissance Arch from the Stanga Palace in which the celebrated sculptures The Dying Slave and The Rebellious Slave c by Michelangelo are exhibited.
We need things like technology, doctors and medicine to heal our physical bodies, but what we need most is unconditional love to heal ourselves. Lhamo's album Ama which ynugchen Mother in the Tibetan language was released in April and was produced by Iranian-American musician Jamshied Sharifi. Over the years, the Foundation has donated clothing, shoes, and educational supplies, and completed infrastructure projects in Tibet.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Her first record for the label, Tibet, Tibetmainly features a cappella renditions of original compositions—authentic Tibetan Buddhist prayers and songs. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Yungchen Lhamo. Yungchen Lhamo was born and raised in Lhasa, Tibet.
Yungchen Lhamo Charitable Foundation
Yungchen began performing throughout world and had the privilege of being signed by Mr. Peter Gabriel to his recording company, Real World Records. Lhamo's recordings have been used in Seven Years in Tibet and many Yungcgen documentaries. During this period, Yungchen was honored to have the opportunity to sing at Carnegie Hall on two occasions with musical greats such as Philip Glass, Michael Stipe, Natalie Merchant, and many others.
This page was last edited on 9 December lhxmo, at She is currently working on a new project that explores the transcendent theme of the Medicine Buddha in Tibetan culture.
Through direct action, the Foundation inspires, improves and empowers the lives of Tibetan women, children, the mentally ill, disabled and homeless. Lhamo's name means "Goddess of Song" — a name given to her by a lama soon after she was born near Lhasa. Her next recording, Coming Homewas a collaboration with producer Hector Zazoushowcasing her voice, and also featuring chanting by Tibetan monksa wide range of mostly modern Western instruments, and the benefits of multi-track recording, enabling Lhamo's voice to be layered repeatedly.
She released her second CD Tibet, Tibet in She is the first Tibetan singer to win a prestigious music industry award. Check date values in: Yungchen left Tibet in to make pilgrimage to Dharamsala. She was inspired to reach out to world through her music. She moved to Australia inthen to New York City in LhasaTibet Autonomous RegionChina.
Featured artists include Annie Lennox and Joy Askew. All human beings are very beautiful.