Doha: Wilson Olivera Nite to enthrall music lovers in Qatar on Jan 17

Media Release

Doha, Jan 12: Wilson Olivera Nite, a Konkani musical extravaganza will be held on January 17 at 4.30 pm at the DPS Monarch International School, Al Wukair.

This programme has been organised by Mangalore Cultural Association (MCA), an associate organisation of Cultural Centre under the aegis of the Embassy of India.

Singing sensations of Konkani, 'Sangeeth Sardar' Wilson Olivera, Zeena Pereira and Ashwin D'Costa will enthrall the audience with their melodious voices. They will be joined by the Konkani singers of Qatar like GVOM Season-6 winner Clement Fernandes, Preema Pinto, Carol D'Souza, Wilson Mendonca and Naveen Pinto. Music is provided by Roshan D'Souza Angelore who is ably supported by Doha's Singing Birds group.

The singing will be accompanied by rib-tickling comedy by Team Pinnacle from Kuwait. Dances will be presented by Doha Dancing Squad – Sean Fernandes, Naveen D’Souza, Jeevan Ferrao, Shown Fernandes, Rocky D’Souza, Andrea D’Souza, Melita D’Souza, Jyoti D’Souza, Gina Noronha and Viola Pereira under the ace choreography of Sean Fernandes.

The programme will be compered by talented master of ceremony (MC) Ronald Olivera.

Entry to the event is free and includes dinner.

For entry passes please contact the below committee members:

Clement Saldanha – 55262586

Shalini Mendonca - 55247196

Jason Quadros – 55244281

Wilson Mendonca - 55316376

Sandeep Noronha – 55780560


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