Music & Concerts

Members who love music

Eshana Gadjanski

Novi Sad, RS

Eshana is an accomplished pianist. She is the leader of the female music group Blue Flower, whose members come from the former Yugoslavian republics, and which offer concerts of Sri Chinmoy's music all over Europe.

Source: Radio Sri Chinmoy

Eshana's group Blue Flower offer a beautiful rendition of Sri Chinmoy's song called 'Kato Deb Debi' which is contained in their latest album, called 'Petals of My Dreaming Heart'.

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Agnikana Senkyrova

Zlín, CZ

Agnikana has been surrounded by music since her childhood and leads a group that plays spiritual music in concerts all over Europe. She is also a fast runner over short and long distances.

Source: Radio Sri Chinmoy

A song from a live concert performance by Agnikana's Group in Vaasa, Finland in 2010

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Apaga and her husband Dipavajan manage the Sri Chinmoy Centre in Graz. Apaga regularly offers meditation classes in her home town, and sings with Paree's International Group in concerts all over the world.

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Apaga recorded a CD 'Oneness Joy - Music for Meditation' of Sri Chinmoy's music with other female members of the Graz meditation centre. Here is a track 'Dubche Tari' from that CD.

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Bhashini Neve became a student of Sri Chinmoy in 1994. She works for the Run and Become athletic store in London. A talented actress, Bhashini has appeared in many theatrical productions of Sri Chinmoy's plays.

"When we play soulful music, psychic music, then immediately we are transported to the highest realm of consciousness. When we play music soulfully, we go high, higher, highest. Each time soulful music is played, we get inspiration and delight. In the twinkling of an eye, music can elevate our consciousness."

- Sri Chinmoy 1

For Sri Chinmoy, music was a form of inner communion with the Highest that everyone could relate to. During his lifetime, he composed over 22,000 soulful songs and gave over 700 free concerts of music all over the world. Read more about Sri Chinmoy's concerts »

Music as meditation

Music is an indispensable part of the spiritual life of the Sri Chinmoy Centre, and our individual daily and group Centre meditations are considerably enriched by singing songs from the huge repertoire Sri Chinmoy composed over the years.

Every April and August, Sri Chinmoy's students would visit him in New York - he encouraged us to share musical and orchestral performances of his songs as part of the meditations that took place, and often gave detailed guidance on how to get the most out of the songs in terms of soulfulness and perfection. He would often spontaneously compose songs and teach them to his students in the traditional Indian fashion, singing them and listening as they were sung back to him.

Many Sri Chinmoy Centres all around the world organise concerts of meditative music for the general public, in a wide variety of formats, from instrumental duets to large orchestral performances. The concerts are always given free of charge.

Songs of the Soul

songs of soulIn April 2008, a series of concerts called Songs of the Soul began as a tribute to Sri Chinmoy's musical legacy. These concerts feature a variety of different performances in both Eastern and Western style, and occasionally feature guest musicians.  Find out more on


Links to other sites:

  • Radio Sri Chinmoy : listen to meditative music from Sri Chinmoy, and groups who perform his music
  • Sri Chinmoy Songs : an online database with over 10,000 of Sri Chinmoy's songs, including lyrics and musical scores.
  • Music Groups of Sri Chinmoy Centre at Radio Sri Chinmoy
  • Songs of the Soul - Concerts offered by members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre

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