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Memorable Milton

Unforgettable yesteryear singer Milton Perera’s songs will come alive with ‘Adaraye Samanwele’, a musical show organised in remembrance of the late singer which will be held at 6 pm on October 26 at the Elphinstone Theatre, Maradana.

The show which was organised by late T. M. Sangadasa and now is continued by the National Film Corporation (NFC) and the musical show will feature Milton Perera’s sons Priyankara Perera, Chalaka Chamupathy, Priya Sooriyasena and Damitha Abeyratne.

‘This was a project initiated by T. M. Sangadasa who recently passed away. However as a tribute to Mr. Sangadasa we wanted to continue it,’ an official from the NFC said.

Nearly 25 songs of the late singer will be sung to the music of the Sri Lanka Army band. The entrance is free of charge on a first-come-first served basis and while the concert is continuing it will be screened outside the Elphinstone theatre on a mega screen.

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