Neecia Majolly - Trivia

Trivia

  • First public performance at age 6, followed by numerous radio and television appearances in Brunei Darussalam.
  • International debut as concert pianist in 1996, going on to other successful performances.
  • Accompanist to Russian-American violinist, Galina Heifetz, in India.
  • Co-founder and ex- director of the Bangalore Society for Performing Arts.
  • London College of Music Examinations representative for Karnataka, India.
  • Founder-Trustee of the Majolly Music Trust, Bangalore.

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