“To share the rhythm of humanity”
Marking another milestone of the history of Sri Lankan traditional art, the foremost Women’s Drums Essemble is ready to embark with their second performance after a successful performance on 10th February 2015 at the Panee Bharatha Auditorium of University of Visual and Performing Arts.
Thurya is ready with a novelty of their performance at the 2nd Consecutive time with the participation of renowned artists and famous celebrities of Sri Lanka with a great public gathering.
Malini Fonseka, Wajira Chithrasena and many famous female celebrities will be special guests of the event.
Thurya will mark another milestone of their performance in the Sri Lankan Percussion Band history. It is expected more than 1,700 of public participation comprised with Artists, University Lectures, University Students, Parents and other.
The concert will encompass with...
Rhythm of the Human Body
Performance with a mix of Traditional Drums and Dance
Special performance of Thuryaa featuring Guest Performance of Senior Lecture Waidayawathi Rajapaksha and composed by Famous Senior Artist Ravibandu Vidyapathi
Composed with a special instrument called "Framed Drum" an visual composition of a sad story of women in the world.
A sweet combination of Western drums, Congas and Tabla blooming into an extravagent classical percussion
Mix of a flamenco music and rhythm with Cajon
- Rhythm of Lanka
Prepare your taste buds for an adventure of a life time! a huge orchestra of all the drums in Sri Lanka
Performance with a mix of Sri Lanka, Indian, African and Western Instruments