‘Gosha- Beat to Beat’ ; Evening of percussion drums, songs

9 January 2017 - 88   - 0

‘Gosha – Beat to Beat’, an evening of percussion drums, songs and serenity presented by Limini Weerasinghe will come alive at the Bishops College Auditorium on Friday, January 13 at 6.30pm.

Being the youngest female djembe drummer in Sri Lanka, Limini will host her first public concert at the Bishop’s College along with some of the popular singers in the music scene.

‘Gosha’ will be graced by popular musicians Bathiya & Santhush, Randhir withanage, Jananath Warakagoda and Dinaadaa.

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