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A classical guitar concert, ‘Solidarity with Cuba, Venezuela & Palestine,’ performed by Aditya Gandhi (India) and powered by Yamaha Music Centre will be held today, 20 January, at the Russian Centre from 6 p.m. onwards.

The concert will feature compositions by Leo Brouwer (Cuba) and Antonio Lauro (Venezuela) and is being held in aid of Guitar Fest 2018 – Guitar Association of Sri Lanka.

Tickets priced at Rs. 1,000 are available at Yamaha Music Centre Colombo 7, Russian Centre Colombo 7, Sarasavi Bookshops Nugegoda and Barefoot Gallery Colombo 4.


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