DECHEN & The Jewel Ensemble Prague


Treat yourself to an unforgettable evening and ease your mind to the rhythm of ancient Tibetan mantras at the first ever concert of Swiss-Tibetan singer Dechen Shak-Dagsay and The Jewel Ensemble in the Czech Republic.

Dechen Shak-Dagsay’s collaborations with Tina Turner and Regula Curti on the “BEYOND” albums have won her worldwide acclaim, and her music has taken her as far as Carnegie Hall in New York. Dechen is considered a pioneer in the traditional chanting of Tibetan mantras with the sounds of Western music, and is regarded as a insider’s tip by lovers of spiritual music.

You can enjoy music from her new album “Emaho – the Story of Arya Tara”, as well as some favourites from previous albums. Dechen’s music includes songs celebrating the earth, nature and animals as well as precious Tibetan mantras that carry the wisdom and healing power of her ancient Tibetan heritage. Specifically, the album “Emaho” is dedicated to the energy of ancient mantras promoting peace. These mantras support the release of collective positive power for a more sustainable and peaceful world.

About Dechen:
Dechen Shak-Dagsay is a Swiss-Tibetan singer-songwriter who has lived in Switzerland since childhood and uses her music to convey the Buddhist wisdom of her culture. She is the eldest daughter of the Tibetan Lama Venerable Dagsay Rinpoche, who gave her the transmissions of the precious Tibetan mantras that she sings around the world. Dechen’s music symbolises inner peace, love, compassion, reconciliation and peace. Her music is appreciated not only by her listeners, but also by artists from around the world with whom she has had the privilege of working. Her albums Jewel and Day Tomorrow have brought Dechen and her ensemble to Carnegie Hall in New York.

Place: the Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží, Old Town, Czechia
Date: Sunday, 23.10.2022
Start: 19:30 h
Price: 190 – 990 CZK

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Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží, Old Town, Czechia


190 - 990 Kč EUR

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