Sri Chinmoy’s Music

Sri Chinmoy composed almost 22,000 songs during his lifetime and gave around 800 concerts of meditative music around the world.

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  • Sri Chinmoy in concert – Prague 2004

    Sri Chinmoy in concert – Prague 2004

    In this video Sri Chinmoy performs one of his memorable Peace Concerts in front of a large audience in Prague. Sri Chinmoy begins with a short silent meditation and then proceeds to play on several instruments, such as the esraj and flute before a rousing finale on the grand piano and then the closing meditation.

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  • Piano Improvisation in Bali 2004

    Piano Improvisation in Bali 2004

    A piano improvisation by Sri Chinmoy from 2004 in Bali.

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  • Performing on 70 Pianos

    Performing on 70 Pianos

    On his 70th birthday in August 2001 Sri Chinmoy surprised with many outstanding achievements: Chanting 70 times the mantra “Supreme”, composing and singing 70 new Bengali songs, playing on 70 instruments and playing on 70 pianos. This video shows highlights of this piano marathon. Filmed by kedarvideo, Switzerland.

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  • Sri Chinmoy’s concert after weightlifting ceremony

    Sri Chinmoy’s concert after weightlifting ceremony

    This video includes highlights from a concert of meditative music on 27 November 1998. The concert includes some of Sri Chinmoy’s favourite instruments, such as the flute, esraj and cello; plus some moving and soulful singing performances.

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  • Sri Chinmoy’s Hannover concert 1990

    Sri Chinmoy’s Hannover concert 1990

    This video offers highlights from Sri Chinmoy’s Peace Concert in Hannover on February 20th 1990

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  • The Zurich Hallenstadion Concert 1985

    The Zurich Hallenstadion Concert 1985

    This is a recording of an early Peace Concert by Sri Chinmoy in Zurich, 1985. The concert was held in the Hallenstadion sports stadium and received an audience of around 5,500. Sri Chinmoy begins the concert with a silent meditation before moving on to play the esraj and a series of other instruments.

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