Nadeeka Guruge

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Nadeeka Guruge
Nadeeka Guruge.jpg
Background information
OriginSri Lanka
GenresSri Lankan music
Occupation(s)Music Director, Composer, Singer, Guitarist, Actor

Nadeeka Guruge (Sinhala: නදීක ගුරුගේ) is one of the most influential[according to whom?] composers in Sri Lankan music.[1]

Biography[edit]

"I grew up with the guitar and the guitar speaks at this concert" says Nadeeka on his concerts titled Nostal Guitar Electrica 2015 and 'Echo in the Mountains'.[2]

Guruge started as a young musician researching in 1999.[citation needed] His first serious musical work was "Sanyugma" a folk and applied music production with Marcello Titto Li, a Bolivian folk musician, in 1999.[citation needed] Since then he has been working in movies, tele dramas, stage dramas, songs and advertising.[citation needed]

Films[edit]

Stage Dramas[edit]

  • Mal Nelanna Ba 1997
  • Gewan Naththan Bambu Gahannada (Mahesh Kumara) 2001
  • Master Harrold (Buddika Damayantha) 2003
  • Master Builder (Piyal Kaariyawasam) 2005
  • Sanda Langa Maranaya (Kaushalya Fernando) 2005 [16]
  • Rathnawalli (2006)

Teledramas[edit]

  • Sinidu Piyaapath (Geethika Palipana) 2003
  • Aga Pipi Mal (Sumithra Rahubaddha) 2004
  • Ranga Soba (Sumithra Rahubaddha) 2005
  • Rasthiyadukaraya (Lakmini Amaradeva) 2006
  • Kampitha Wil (Dr. Dharmasena Pathiraja) 2008
  • Ahi pillamak Yata (Pradeep Dharmadasa) 2009
  • Sihina Aran Enna (Niroshan Perera) 2011

References[edit]

  1. ^ Magic in the hills at Sundayobserver (newspaper)
  2. ^ "Nadeeka on stage with Nostal". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 11 March 2017.
  3. ^ Sulanga Enu Pinisa at the Festival de Cannes
  4. ^ Sankara at Island (newspaper)
  5. ^ Sankara official movie page
  6. ^ Aba official movie page
  7. ^ Aba at the National Film Corporation Of Sri Lanka
  8. ^ Karma at The Sundaytimes Sri Lanka Newspaper (newspaper)
  9. ^ Ira Handa Yata at Sundayobserver (newspaper)
  10. ^ Ira Handa Yata at Adaderana (online news portal)
  11. ^ Nikini Wessa at the National Film Corporation Of Sri Lanka
  12. ^ The Kuveni at the National Film Corporation Of Sri Lanka
  13. ^ Cindrella at the National Film Corporation Of Sri Lanka
  14. ^ Gamani at Sandeshaya (online news portal)
  15. ^ Maharaja Gemunu at the National Film Corporation Of Sri Lanka
  16. ^ Sanda Langa Maranaya at The Sunday Leader

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