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‘21/4 We Care’ Tribute Concert


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Musicians, private sector and the civil society united on Saturday in solidarity for the victims of the Easter Sunday attacks via the ‘21/4’ Tribute Concert at the BMICH on Saturday. Over 20 musicians performed and enthralled a packed house during the show which was in aid of scholarships for 21 orphans of the 21 April tragedy. The concert was initiated by the International Chamber of Commerce Sri Lanka with the support of a multitude of institutions whilst the Daily FT was a co-organiser. Rookantha Gunathilake, Chandralekha Gunathilake, Sohan Weerasinghe, Bathiya and Santush, Kishani Jayasinghe, Soul Sounds Choir, Ashanthi de Alwis, De Lanerolle Brothers, Dushyanth Weeraman, Voice Print, Lahiru Perera, Raini Gunathilake, Randhir Withana, Stephanie Siriawardhana, Dumi Fernando, Old Joes Choir, Billy Fernando, Madhavi Senarathna, Shaveen Ileperuma, Nayomi Makalanda and Alston Koch sang 

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