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‘Peace Is My Dream’ concert tomorrow at Indian Cultural Centre


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Indian Cultural Centre will be presenting ‘Peace Is My Dream’, a concert by Ambassador Nirupama Menon Rao, Former Foreign Secretary of India as lead singer, together with eminent musicians from Sri Lanka Soundarie David Rodrigo on Piano and Neranjan de Silva on keyboard, on Friday 9 February at 5.30pm at the Centre’s auditorium at 16/2 Gregory’s Road, Colombo 7.

This unique project, ‘Peace is My Dream’ a brain child of Ambassador Rao, is aimed at projecting the message that music unites people everywhere: despite political and economic differences, it promotes harmony and understanding.


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