The East Indian Community

Original Inhabitants of Bombay, Salsette & Thana.

East Indian Marathi Music Conerts in USA and Africa

Posted by Greg DSouza on January 1, 2012 at 7:25 AM

 Virgil Sequeira, has been the Director of the Xavier College Chorus, Mumbai and teaches music at Gandhi Ashram School, Kalimpong.

He will be representing India and Asia as Tenor/Baritone at the International Vocal Quartet on SOUL Tour 2012 in USA and Africa.

He will be sharing East Indian Marathi music as well as music from other parts of India arranged for choirs of all age groups in this unique cultural music exchange from January to July 2012 organized by Singers of United Lands, USA .

Do check the itinerary of the tour ( to see if the quartet is visiting close to where your relatives and friends live so that they can attend concerts!

Proud grandparents: Evelyn and Lawrence Remedios from Remedy, Vasai


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Reply Leroy Almeida
2:28 AM on January 28, 2012 
I would like to congratulate you, all the very best for the good works also have a good journey towards spreading the East indian Music across the Globe.
Reply Greg DSouza
3:09 AM on January 31, 2012 
First feed back of the performance by Virgil Sequeira --'Zanglan Mor' - East Indian Marathi Song from Mumbai, India. Composed by Valley Matthews Performed by: Virgil Sequeira and the Royal Oak and Detroit Children's Choirs, in Detroit Accompanying instrument....'Ghumat '.... Here is the link to the video: More will be up shortly.
Submitted by Virgil Sequeira.
Reply Bonnison Pereira
1:58 AM on March 29, 2012 
Hi Greg, I am from Vasai (W), St. Thomas Parish. i am looking out for lyrics for the marathi songs sung in our wedings. I'd be highly appreciate if you can provide them to me or suggest me a way to get them - looking for your supportive response.

You can contant me if required on : 904 9077 907

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