“The 21st Annual Tibet House Benefit was an eclectic and diverse affair at Carnegie Hall. Celebrating, creativity, passion and freedom for Tibet, Philip Glass brought disparate artists together for one beautiful cause.

The evening began with an invocation from monks studying at the Drepung Gomang Monasteries. The wordless song was visceral and immediate. The monks were motionless, letting their voices rise in harmony and create a powerful resonating moment of reflection. In previous years, instruments aided their voices but not this year. In some ways the unaccompanied vocals were more powerful, more affecting because of this stripped down presentation. [...]”

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