‘Auckland Galatta’ on January 30 from 9 pm at Round 6 Bar & Eatery
Auckland, January 20, 2021
If you have not experienced the fun and amusement that the youth of South India can offer to fill and evening of entertainment, you must then book for an event that will be next weekend in Auckland.
Called, ‘Auckland Galatta,’ the programme is being organised by Chennai City Gangzta, a group that has rocked on stage, offering entertainment to thousands of people over the past few years in New Zealand.
‘Auckland Galatta’ will be held on Saturday, January 30, 2021 from 9 pm to 2 am at ‘Round 6 Bar and Night Club,’ located at 17A Albert Street in the Central Business District.
Tickets for the programme are on sale now. For bookings and more information, please contact Abi on 022-3955739 or Barath 022-4661170.
Auckland Galatta a new brand
Chennai City Gangzta Principal and Director Raisa Infreda said that ‘Auckland Galatta’ will also be established as a brand on its own at the event.
“For the past ten years, I have been keen to establish a programme, project or an institution to represent my community. I hope that ‘Auckland Galatta’ will showcase the type of entertainment that South India, can offer to New Zealanders. We expect the venue to be filled with enthusiastic people from across communities,” she said.
Raisa said that ‘Auckland Galatta’ is being prepared as the ‘First South Indian Clubbing experience with music popular among people who are conversant with Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada languages.
“This will be a unique entertainment experience for our young people,” she said.
will be the NZ’s First South Indian Clubbing experience. This event exclusively surrounds music from Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada language.
Passion for dance
Raisa is an IT professional with a postgraduate (Masters) degree in Engineering from the AUT University in Auckland.
Passion for dance encouraged Raisa to set up the ‘Indian Flocks Club’ at AUT in 2012 along with a group of youngsters who shared her passion for performing arts.
The initiative was later renamed ‘Chennai City Gangzta’ Dance Academy.’
“Our debut was at the Civic Theatre in 2012. The journey that began as ‘fun,’ has grown to become a professional group. It has been a very satisfying experience thus far. We have presented our performances at the Annual Auckland Diwali Festival continuously for the past six years,” she said.
Students and professionals from the Academy have been performing popular Tamil film songs at several events for the past few years with abiding interest among people.
Classes for children and adults
Chennai City Gangzta conducts regular classes for children, youngsters and adults at the Blockhouse Bay Community Centre, located at 524 Blockhouse Bay Road, Blockhouse Bay on Sundays from 11 am to 1 pm. Classes will commence on February 14, 2021.
“We recently staged our biggest production involving 50 dancers, collaborating with Shawn Thomas, ‘Bollywood Ambassador in New Zealand.’ He is very popular for his routines in remaking classic popular songs. ‘Verithanam’ is a recent hit Tamil song from the movie ‘Bigil,’ and our project was to remake the song. The filming of the song (the first in New Zealand) for held for about seven hours during the night,” she said.
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