Marking another revolutionary milestone, in the history of Sri Lankan Percussion Art. Sharing the rhythm of humanity witnessed the incipience of “Thuryaa” the first ever women s’ drums ensemble in Sri Lanka. Seeded within the walls of University of the Visual and Performance Arts, the ensemble was formed with 9 talented under graduate minds. Shaping with the essences of Kandiyan, Low country & Sabaragamu the tri tradition of the Sri Lankan percussion art mixing with offshore percussion music we set our path on a colorful effort to research innovate and create a unique masterpiece.

Since it's inception in 2014, Thuryaa came a long way, not only winning 1000s of hearts of local enthusiasts but also that of our International audience. You can have a look at Portfolio of our work.

Our Composition

Categories of Thuryaa Performances

We have a wide variety of performance acts for any occasion

Sri Lankan Traditional & Classical Drum Acts

  • Sri Lankan traditional drum fusions with upcountry, low country, Sabaragamu and Thammattam drums
  • Upcountry classical drum acts
  • Welcoming acts with drums accompanied with Traditional Dance

Contemporary Creative Drum Acts for Events

Catching up with new music trends , composing creative energetic drum acts with mixing traditional & offshore percussion / perform with attractive choreography.
Ideal for Cooperate events

Indian Drum Acts

Energetic Punjabi Rhythms with attractive dance choreography.
Ideal for wedding ceremonies

Afro Latin Drum Acts

Drumming fusions which are composed by using African and Latin percussions.

Western Drum Fusions

Drumming acts with western music patterns and Dynamics

Solo Drumming and Accompaniment

SOLO DRUMMERS for your event.
Western Drum/ Indian/ Sri Lankan /Afro Latin and other percussions

Our Most Recent Work

WCIC Leadership Forum unlocks the power of women 2020

  • 2020
  • WCIC, Hotel, Galadhari , Sri Lanka

The Women’s Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Sri Lanka (WCIC) recently held a unique ‘Women Leadership Forum’ under the theme ‘Unlocking Her Power’.
WCIC Leadership Forum unlocks the power of women
It was held with the objective of harnessing the economic power of women to gain recognition and to improve their lives while stimulating economic growth. A captive audience of over 150 entrepreneurs and corporate women attended the event featuring experts such as Indira Malwatte, Tusitha Kumarakulasingam, Ramya Weerakoon, Jayomi Lokuliyana, Indrani Fernando, Gayani de Alwis, Sanath Fernando, Anura Ekanayake, Nayana Karunaratne and Prasanna Hettiarachchi.