Accolades from the World's Press:
deep unwavering Om filled Carnegie Hall when the audience sang to accompany
Yungchen Lhamo's pristine, gliding vocal lines."
a fall concert in New York, Lhamo's devotional songs spun a hypnotic aural
image of Tibet's spiritual warmth and resilience. China could take a lesson
from the singer's words to the audience near the end of her set: 'Buddhism
gives us strength, not muscle.'"
Yungchen Lhamo not only charmed with her sweetly broken English and sense
of humor, she wowed."
she sings without any accompaniment, and succeeds in holding the attention
of the listener, places her in a special category. I cannot readily recall
another singer capable of such a feat."
carries the weight of the world with the grace of a dove. When she sings
tonight at the Knitting Factory, it's as near to heaven as you're ever
going to get on Leonard Street."
haunting, bell-like, clear, luminous. She sings from the heart to the
her extraordinarily long hair blowing softly in the breeze and her tiny
tiara shimmering under the lights, her voice soared through the chilly
night air, transporting the crowd's collective imagination to the highest
peaks of her homeland. With her gentle soul and angelic voice, this goddess
created a memorable festival night."
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