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Rivega Dance Studio at ‘Feel Sri Lanka’ this Friday

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Sri Lanka Tourism’s Friday’s show ‘ Feel Sri Lanka’ will be staged this week by Rivega Dance Studio, a  popular dance troupe in both tradtional and fusion dance forms.

 Rangika Jeewantha who heads Rivega is a product of University of Performing Arts is an exponent in Kandyan, Southern and Classical Ballet. Apart from the Traditional dance forms,  Rivega Troupe is known to be creative dancers and they intend presenting some of their latest recitals at this Week’s show.


Rivega’s previous show at Feel Sri Lanka program earned much praise from the audience hence the invitation of Sri Lanka Tourism for this weeks presentation.

Sri Lanka Tourism invites all Tourists, Business Delegates and Expatriates to witness this wonderful show being presented on Friday 24 December 2010 at 5.30 pm at Hotel School Auditorium 7 th Floor (opposite Cinnamon Grand Hotel).


 
 

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-0+0 # Ian Evans 2011-12-17 10:14
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