On May 27 of 1987, spiritual teacher Sri Chinmoy (1931-2007) had a 7-hour Concert & Meditation in the Swiss village Davos where he performed on many musical instruments he never played before: flutes, a variety of chimes, string instruments, the cello, contra bass, synthesizers and some unusual instruments like the sound-producing Indonesian wood sticks. In between the musical pieces he meditated in silence. Watch the highlights of this historical event. During the same trip he played for the first time on a pipe organ in Zurich on May 26th (see DVD No. 03A). Length: 1:31 h
On March 31, 1985 Sri Chinmoy gave his first big concert in the Zurich Hallenstadion, a prestigious hall, where normally large sports events, musicals or pop concerts take place. Sri Chinmoy transformed the hall into a vessel of spiritual manifestation. About 6000 seekers from all over Europe attended the performance that was divided into three parts an lasted for more than three hours. Sri Chinmoy often meditated between the different instruments. View an excerpt on www. srichinmoy.tv. Length: 2:09 h dvdkv003.
During his European tour in September 2002 Sri Chinmoy visited also enterprises managed by his Swiss students, composed new songs on a meadow outside of Zurich and attended several meetings with his students and their parents and friends, many of them seeing him for the first time. Length: 1:42 f dvdkv183
On May 26, 1987 Sri Chinmoy performed for the first time on a pipe organ in Zurich. The video covers this historical music piece as well as many more organ improvisations in the following European cities: Stockholm, Den Haag, Copenhagen and Munich. from 1987-1990. View excerpts on srichinmoy.tv. Length: 1:34 h dvdkv036
Concerts of Sri Chinmoy in Florence, Antwerp and Den Haag, “Lifting up the world with a oneness-heart” performances in Zurich and Munich, a talk on enthusiasm, a surprise trip to the Swiss mountains and unique im- provisations on various percussion instruments. Visit of Natika’s “Oneness-World” bookshop in Zurich. Length: 1:14 h dvdkv004