Amarasiri Peiris is a Sri Lankan Musical artist who is well known as a Violinist and a Vocalist.
He is the son of late Albert Peiris who was a Radio Ceylon artiste of the 1940s. He studied at Buwanekaba Vidyalaya, Maharagama and the University of Visual & Performing Arts (former Heywood Institute). He joined SLBC as an A-grade violinist, and eventually, became a music conductor, a music controller and, at the time of my retirement, he worked as the Director, Music at SLBC. Peiris is an awarded Singer in Sri Lanka and he still performs on stage. His first popular song is Landune which was composed by maestro Premasiri Khemadasa. And then he sang many popular songs like Hanthanata Payana Sanda, Oba Apple Malak Wage, Mage Punchi Rosa Male, Ape Ahinsaka Adare, Sanduda Awadiyen.
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