GladsonPeter
(Singer-Songwriter/Multi-Instrumentalist)

Gladson Peter is a multi-instrumentalist from Mumbai. He started playing music by the age of 3 and today he plays the Drums, Piano and Ukulele with effortless ease. Not one to confine his talents to a particular genre, he enjoys experimenting with his music and has hence, tried his hand and talents at various genres. He is also a singer/songwriter, composer, arranger and music programmer. He has trained choirs and worked as a music conductor as well. Additionally, he has trained a capella groups. His a capella team is known as 'AKHAYPELLA.' He has played with multiple bands, 'Zion Alive' and 'Cross Bred' being among them. One of his most memorable collaborations was 'UKE-BOX' which featured a Ukulele-Beatboxing duet.


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just made me smile. Thank You!
hope to catch the next one at churchgate”

“I reached Vashi station tired and worn out from the days work, to see a crowd formed around a man, went to investigate, and I saw a man performing a song which sounded like Sufi music to me. His voice echoed through the granite corridors of the station and the merry strums of his guitar filled the air with melancholy. I stood there hearing his song about finding God in ones own belief, reminded me of Kabir ke Dohe which i had read when i was a kid.”

“An initiative that our city needed ! Learned many varieties of genres through this.”


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Natural Streets for Performing Arts Foundation(NSPA Foundation)
16, Jolly Maker Chamber No 2,
225, Nariman Point, Mumbai,
Maharashtra 400 021.
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Jessica Noronha: +91 9619152275

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