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A musical soiree at IGCC tomorrow

Update : 08 Dec 2015, 06:13 PM

Organised by Indira Gandhi Culture Centre (IGCC), a musical evening, featuring songs of three Bengali poets and recitation, will be held tomorrow at the Indira Gandhi Culture Centre, Gulshan-1 in the capital at 6pm.

Nupurchhanda Ghosh from India will render some songs which are popularly considered as Tin kobir gaan, a bunch of popular Bengali songs written by Dwijendralal Ray, Atulprasad Sen and Rajanikanta Sen. Later, in the evening Dr Sahadat Hossain Nipu will recite infront of the audience.

 Nupurchhanda Ghosh was trained in Hindustani classical music by Pandit A Kanan, Rabindrasangeet in Dakshini, Kolkata, and worked under the guidance of Krishna Chattopadhyay in songs of Atulprosad, Rajanikanto, Dwijendralal and Dilip Kumar Roy for over two decades. Her research work on Atulprosad Sen, “Ananya Atulprosad” was published in early 2001 at The Kolkata Book Fair; and her research work on Dwijendralal Roy, “Deshatma Dwijendralal” was formally released in September 2014. Both the biographies have been widely praised by the media.

Sahadat Hossain Nipu is an artist, director and researcher. He studied MA in Rabindra Bharati University through ICCR scholarship and got his Doctorate from Bardhaman University. He was trained under famous theatre personalities in India, namely, Kumar Ray, Bivash Chakrovorty, and Manoj Mitra. He also got training in elocution from famous Indian elocutionist Pradip Ghosh in India. He is a trainer of elocution in Nazrul Institute and Bangladesh Shilpakala academy, and he has received several awards in India such as Rupashi Bangla Purashkar 2012, Swabhoomi Purashkar 2002 and the Atindra Sahitya Purashkar 2003. 

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