Artists in Sahaja Yoga

Sangit Chamber Ensemble

The term “Sangit” means “music” in Sanskrit language. Although relating chamber music to an Indian term might look strange, there is a simple explanation for this: music comes from the Spirit (Atma in Sanskrit) and its value is universal.

Sangit Chamber Ensemble is not playing music for an aesthetic purpose, but for its spiritual goal: obtaining Self Realization through Sahaja Yoga method created by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi and experimenting the vibrations of music.

Genre: classical

Anne Marie Ene - violin
Cleopatra David - soprano
Miron Vasilescu - piano
Avadhut - tabla

Victor Marius Beliciu - sitar player

Descendent of Senia Gharana School, disciple of Pandit Debu Chaudhuri, Victor Marius Beliciu was promoted by Indian Embassy in Romania and also played under the patronage of Romanian Embassy in India. Victor performed Turkey, Romania, Italy, Hungary. He is preoccupied now by fusion between Indian and Europen music.

Reena Singh - Bharatanatyam dancer

Valeriu Piron - sculptor

Şerban Vrăbiescu - sculptor

Steluţa Nistorescu - painter

The artist is participating in collective exhibition since 1979 and in 1991 had her first personal one. She is practicing easel painting and graphic. Her works were exposed in private collections in Romania, Sweden, Spain, India, Austria, Switzerland, Bulgaria, etc. her current works are inspired by Sahaj experience.

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