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Website of SS International Live launched

T. Madhavan
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Tabla virtuoso and composer Ustad Zakir Hussain has recently launched the official website of SS International Live, a Chennai based event management company, organising unique musical and entertainment programmes. The Website was launched in the presence of Grammy Award winner Ghatam player Vikku Vinayakram and Vocalist Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna.

The website, www.ssinternationallive.com, will carry information and audio/video content of events organised by SS International Live, besides providing information on future events. Event goers can book tickets for the events online.

SS International Live is also planning for live streaming of select events in future through its website. The website, which is designed for viewing from the latest mobile gadgets, will also run chat events with famous musicians.

SS International Live earmarks a portion of its revenue proceeds from the events to social service organisations as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative. The website will have details about the social service organisations that are benefited by the contributions made by the company.

Commenting about the website launch, Director, SS International Live D. Muralidharan, said, “In the recent past, we have organised a number of unique musical and dance events featuring leading artistes like Aruna Sairam, ‘Mandolin’ Shrinivas, Sudha Ragunathan, T.M. Krishna, O.S. Arun, Nithyasree, Danseuse Shobana and others.

Besides, we had also organised a unique debate show by Solomon Pappiah, We propose to host high definition video of such one-off events in our website for fans”. For details, visit www.ssinternationallive.com.

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