Music - Ani Choying Live in Concert, Boston
Date: Sunday, Jun 25, 2017

Himalayan Heritage Cultural Academy in association with Ten Media Tech proudly presents: Unity & Hope US Tour 2017
ANI CHOYING live in concert. 
Boston, MA . June 25, Sunday 6 PM.

Ani Choying Live in Concert -"Unity & Hope" US Tour 2017 

Ani Choying Dolma is a Nepalese Buddhist nun and musician from the Nagi Gompa nunnery in Nepal. Known as Buddhist Rock Star Nun, she sings melodicious Tibetan Buddhist chants and songs to mainstream audiences. 

Ani Choying Dolma is an exceptional singer, admired by fans in Nepal and throughout the world. People are moved to tears by the plaintive purity of her voice, and the haunting melodies of her ancient songs and hymns, passed from master to pupil for many centuries. Please watch Ani on stage here: 

Born in Nepal to Tibetan refugee parents, Dolma's rise from teenage nun to international music star is the stuff of fairytales. Her prolific philanthropic work and subsequent role as Nepal's first UNICEF national ambassador has earned her comparisons to India's Mother Teresa.

As an internationally reputed singer of Buddhist hymns and chants who has toured extensively in North America and Europe. A philanthropist dedicated to the welfare of Buddhist nuns, who founded the Arya Tara School in the year 2000 for nuns. The school runs with the help of proceeds from her concert tours, CD sales and donation.

Ani Choying Dolma is an internationally-acclaimed singer, Known as "Buddhist Rock Star". Her traditional and modernized Buddhist chants capture fan worldwide. She has toured extensively in North America, Asia, and Europe to support her numerous humanitarian efforts, including the education of young girls, care of the elderly, and providing medical services for the underprivileged and dispossessed through her Nun’s Welfare Foundation.

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Venue: 136 Mass Ave Boston MA 02115
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