Don’t miss this special benefit concert on June 22 to raise funds for Nepalese and Indian children! We begin with a festive dinner at Serenity Ridge in our new building, Kunzang Khang (House of All Goodness). Dinner is followed by Sa Le Ö, a very special musical healing and meditation concert created by Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche that will be touring the U.S. and Mexico in June 2019.

Sa Le Ö means “clear light” in Tibetan, and this performance will guide us to rest inner own inner light using the Three Heart Mantras of the Yungdrung Bön tradition of Tibet. Inspiring the audience to experience well-being, peace, and joy through the sounds of Eastern music from the Himalayas are Raman Maharjan, a Bansuri flute artist from Nepal; and Tsering Wangmo, a Tibetan performing artist and master singer who will perform music created by Rinpoche. A guided meditation practice will support the power of the mantras and bring us into stillness, silence, and spaciousness. Geshe Thupten Negi of India and Lama Kalsang Nyima from Mexico will perform a sacred dance.

All profits from the event will be given to Indian and Nepalese programs for the welfare of children.

Tsering Wangmo is a Tibetan performing arts artistic director, and master singer and dancer. A graduate of the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts in Dharamsala, India, she is co-founder and artistic director of Chaksam-pa, a well-known Tibetan dance and opera company in California. Her vocal and dance performances worldwide include Lincoln Center in New York and the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. She has made numerous recordings.

Raman Maharjan is a well-known bansuri flute artist from Nepal. He has performed in countries including Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Spain, Norway, Italy, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Tibet, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Australia and the United States.