FIRST TIME in SEATTLE! Shreya Ghoshal Live in Concert with Symphony!
Shreya Ghoshal needs no introduction to an Indian Cinema lover. She first came into limelight with her victory in the TV reality music show, ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’. Bengali by origin, she has taken not only the Bollywood industry by storm but has also captured the fancy of the South Indian movie industries. One of the most notable characteristics of her singing is the way she adapts to different languages and gets the pronunciation of words spot-on as it if were her own mother tongue! With many awards and billions of fans behind her, she is destined for greatness in the industry. Many know only a little about the honor is given to her in the US - The state of Ohio celebrates June 26th as ‘Shreya Ghoshal Day’! This was following the new-age nightingale’s performance in the state back in 2010 which impressed the governor who was in power at that time, Ted Strickland. She is also very popular on social media with her fan following numbers being on par with other iconic celebrities from sports and cinema. Shreya Ghoshal tours the US consistently performing at various shows and even being the judge of a few reality music shows. The NRI Indians love her and would settle for nothing less than a front-row ticket to her shows. Ghoshal performs in musical concerts around the world. In 2013, she went to Australia and New Zealand and gave performances at the Brisbane Convention Center, Dallas Brooks Center in Melbourne, the Sydney Opera House, and Vodafone Events Centre in Auckland. In the same year, she performed at the Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium in the United Arab Emirates. The same year, she paid her respects to the casualties of excessive rainfall in Mauritius with a concert at the Swami Vivekananda International Convention Centre in Pailles. Along with Hrishikesh Ranade, she also made a stage performance during the 18th annual day celebration of Airports Authority of India. She made London tours where she performed twice in Royal Albert Hall in 2013 and 2014. On the first tour in 2013, she also celebrates 100 years of Bollywood by performing many of the old Bollywood hits songs.