‘Gosha – Beat to Beat’, an evening of percussion drums, songs & serenity proudly presented by Limini Weearasinghe. Being the youngest female djembe player in Sri Lanka…
‘Gosha – Beat to Beat’, an evening of percussion drums, songs & serenity proudly presented by Limini Weearasinghe. Being the youngest female djembe player in Sri Lanka she will host her first public concert at the Bishop’s College Auditorium on the 13th of January, 2017 from 6:30pm onwards. Gosha will be graced by prestigious musicians of our nation featuring Bathiya & Santhush, Randhir, Jananath Warakagoda, and Dinaadaa.
Join us and trigger your pulses by percussion drums that are influenced by the sounds of Sri Lankan, Indian, and African drum beats.
Tickets priced at Rs. 800/=, Rs. 1,000/= and Rs. 1,500/=
Tickets available at LSR Travel Counters at Galadari Hotel & Global Towers, LSR Head Office at 29B, S de S Jayasinghe Mw, Kalubowila, Dehiwala, Glory Swim Shop, Thimbirigasyaya, Bishop's College Auditorium.
For more information, please call
Michelle - 077 6581914 / Ruwini - 076 3746130
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