Maestro Sri Chinmoy (1931-2007) was a musical and spiritual luminary whose 22,000 compositions have profoundly influenced many contemporary musicians and established him as one of the most prodigious composer in history.

Over his lifetime, Sri Chinmoy offered almost 800 concerts around the world, all of them free of charge, in the belief that the inner peace and happiness he sought to convey through his music was everyone’s birthright.

Come and enjoy the soul-stirring melodies of Maestro Sri Chinmoy, performed by his students. From the pure sounds of Bengali and English plainchant to dynamic musical arrangements, the concert will offer a diverse selection of music and mantra, inundating listeners with a peaceful sense of inner tranquillity and well-being.

It is music not merely to hear with the ears, but to experience with the heart –  by feeling not by thinking. This will enable you to experience a tangible feeling of harmony within yourself.

songs-of-soul-poster1Don’t miss our next upcoming  free concert on November 7th, Songs of the Soul, a major musical event with visiting musicians from Europe, the US and England. Songs of the Soul will feature seven different music groups and a grand finale at the Dorothy Winstone Centre, Auckland Girls Grammar School, 16 Howe Street, CBD at 7:30 pm. For further concert information and ticketing please click here.

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Sri Chinmoy Centre is proud to continue that self-giving tradition by offering all their concerts free of charge.

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“Sri Chinmoy’s sublime spiritual mastery reveals through music the infinite vastness of the universe as an intimate sanctuary of the soul”  – Free Spirit Magazine.

“Sri Chinmoy’s music is a magical flow deep down in your heart of hearts.”  – Roberta Flack

“The crowd had come not only for the music, but also for what was between the compositions, the inner serenity that the sounds only serve to prolong.”    –  Le Monde, Paris