Tibetan Music Awards 2015 October 2015

The award statuette - Lhamo Yangchen ma (Saraswati)

The Winners of the Seventh Tibetan Music Awards

Voting was held from 10 to 20 September, and the results were announced at the event on 12 October.


Tashi Dele and Hello,

I am happy to announce the Tibetan Music Awards 2015, held at 6.30 pm on 5 October in McLeod Ganj, at Norbu House (next to Pema Thang). The event is held to honour Tibetan musicians, singers, and others from the recording industry for their musical and artistic achievements, and to encourage excellence in the industry. It is the seventh in the series since the awards were started in 2003.

The event is held every two years, and the awards are based on albums produced within that time. The winners were directly elected by the public through online voting on this website.

The voting from 1 to 10 July let YOU vote for your favourite artistes, lyricists, composers and producers who have had success and exceptional talents in the music industry. Musicians, singers, and others who got the maximum number of votes were the winners in each category. The winners were announced on the Awards presentation ceremony night on 5 September.

There were 19 different awards given in the categories such as: Best Male Singer, Best Female Singer, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Debut Album, Best Country Singer (Lu or Nomadic song), Best New Age, Best Classical (Traditional or Folk song), Best Music Video, etc.

All musicians, singers, and others from the recording industry who have produced works and are deemed eligible for awards will be invited for the event.

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