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Sunday, 9 February 2014





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'Janu' promotes drumming

A versatile percussionist, composer and singer, Jananath Warakagoda wants to teach the art of playing drums to the youngsters plus the drum enthusiasts, exactly the way he had learnt it as a novice.

"Percussion is my forte and I am keen to promote this art with a new generation of people," he says.

Jananath, widely known as 'Janu' was born into a family of artistes where his parents were well known actors/musicians and his sister is a classical dancer. He began to play drums at a very young age and by now Janu has proved to be one of the talented drummers of modern times. He has travelled widely in Europe, the US and Asia and has performed in many international concerts.

In his effort to promote the wonderful art of drumming, Janu will soon start classes at the 'Ape Gama' premises in Battaramulla. The inauguration ceremony will be held on February 15 at 11 AM.

Kema Lasthi

Ajith Mendi's Kema Lasthi will be staged at the Town Hall, Badulla on February '15 at 3.30 p.m. and 6.30 p.m.

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