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NDB Amayuru Swara ends on soulful note


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A night of musical miscellany titled “Amayuru Swara” was organised recently by the NDB Staff Recreation Club at the Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre. 

The event featured renowned artists who turned an ordinary night into a soulful evening of melodic notes. Artists Sunil Edirisinghe, Victor Ratnayake, Deepika Priyadarshani and Kasun Kalhara were featured at “Amayuru Swara” where NDB’s staff and families were present.

The event tickets priced from Rs. 500 to Rs. 7,500 were initially sold to the bank’s staff members prior to being released to the public. The night was a true testament to NDB SRC’s efforts in creating a satisfactory work environment within the bank. The NDB Staff Recreational Club often organises such events in order to encourage the bank’s employees, their spouses and families to be a part of the bank via its many recreation activities. The bank’s ultimate goal is to ensure employee satisfaction to the maximum.

 


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