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Programmes 2011

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DATE 6th March 2011
EVENT Talk on 'The Wonder Book of Harendra Kishore' and a Rabindrasangeet Recital by Smt.Ratna Biswas
VENUE Golf Green Phase-I AOA Hall
PROGRAMME DETAILS
In 1929, Harendra Kishore Roychowdhury, the Zamindar of Ramgopalpur in Mymensingh District of the present Bangladesh, wrote an unnasuming book in English that contained the biographies and, believe it or not, photographs of 24 premier classical musicians of contemporary India. About 82 years later, Snigdhadeb Sengupta came across this treasure called THE MUSICIANS OF INDIA and shared his reading experience with the house in an intriguing talk.
In the later half of the programme Smt.Ratna Biswas presented a few Rabindrasangeet.
 
 
 
DATE 11th June and 19th June 2011
EVENT Rabindrasangeet Competition for school students ... with a difference
VENUE Indumati Sabhagriha and Dr.Triguna Sen Auditorium, Jadavpur University Campus
PROGRAMME DETAILS
This event was the last in the yearlong series of events held by MUSIC to celebrate the 150th year of Rabindranath Tagore. MUSIC always intended to organize an event only for the students and in its first attempt MUSIC had hearty response from 5 districts in South Bengal as students from IX to XII standards came to compete.
All the ten finalists faced a strong challenge and held great promise for the future. Sri Prasun Dasgupta, Smt. Srinanda Mukhopadhyay and Sri Aniruddha Singha were the honourable judges. Sri Srikanto Acharya was present durig the prize-giving ceremony.
 
 
 
DATE 7th August 2011
EVENT Guitar recital by Sri Angshujit Sarkar - View poster
VENUE Golf Green Phase-I AOA Hall
PROGRAMME DETAILS
Angshujit Sarkar, a young and promising disciple of Pt. Kushal Das, was accompanied on the Tabla by Bivas Sangai, as he played Raga Puriya Dhanashree on Guitar. A modified form of this originally western instrument sounded very close to Sitar in portions. Angshujit later played a few light songs also.
 
 

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