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Yungchen Lhamo in Concert 

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The Council Chamber on the second floor of Kingston's City Hall will close its doors to a visionary in the international music scene on December 7. Draped in a traditional Tibetan gown of silk, the critically acclaimed Tibetan artist Yungchen Lhamo will perform her a capella numbers as part of Ione's 18th Annual Dream Festival. To feed the hunger of fans across the globe, Lhamo's concert will be streaming via Deep Listening Institute's Internet broadcast. In 1989, Lhamo pilgrimaged on foot from her homeland of Tibet and has since garnered an extensive musical repertoire, selling platinum records, collaborating with musicians like Phillip Glass, Sheryl Crow, and Natalie Merchant, and performing sold- out shows at Carnegie Hall and the Louvre. (845) 338-5984; Deeplistening.org/dreamfestival.


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