Sing and dance at online Jam Session tomorrow

Live online (Facebook) Concert by Dunedin Tamil Society and Moksha Base

Venkat Raman
Auckland, May 22, 2020

If you are a Tamil movie buff and a music enthusiast, you would be delighted to be a part of an online Jam Session tomorrow (Saturday, May 23, 2020) on Facebook.

The one-hour concert by Moksha Base is being organised by the Dunedin Tamil Society.

Event Coordinator and Society Vice-President Dr Nivethanan Kamalendran said that the online event is an offering to the community which, along with other New Zealanders has sacrificed a lot since the Covid-19 lockdown rules were announced in March 2020.

Please follow this link to the Concert.

https://m.facebook.com/events/699792317252343

About Dunedin Tamil Society

The Association which began as ‘Dunedin Tamil Friends,’ has grow big.

“A majority of the Dunedin Tamil Society community are full-time employed or are studying, and yet contribute their time and energy to organise and participate in our events. I am sure that our community will continue to grow, transform and gather more and more strength in the coming years. Our only goal, objective and passion is to make our people feel at home away from home,” he said.

About Moksha Base

‘Moksha Base,’ a musical group of young men and women from Rotorua and Hamilton.

Their members participate at several Tamil programmes in Hamilton and Auckland.

The group released its maiden album called ‘Cheru Meghamay,’ (Small Cloud) last month.

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