The highly-talented Sri Lankan singers, who first began as the Holy Family Convent senior choir in Colombo before venturing out on their own, have enthralled audiences around the world over the past several years.
The choir’s wide range of music is certain to keep the audience entertained, specially their adaptations of several favourites from the past and present in several languages.
Soul Sounds released their first international album in 2004 when they recorded a single for a Tsunami project where they shared the stage with the legendary Cliff Richard, Robin and Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees, Steve Winwood, Boy George, Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones, tenor Russell Watson and Chicago.
Since then, the all-female choir, who also have an impressive range of costumes, have won gold medals at the World Choir Games and performed in Australia, Austria, India, China, Kuwait, France, the US and Malaysia.
They have released two choral albums on CD, the latest being in 2010, and are directed by well known musician and pianist Soundarie David Rodrigo, with their artistic director being the multi-talented Jerome de Silva. (News.com.au)