Toma to perform at National Museum today | 2017-09-08 |

Toma to perform at National Museum today

Culture Desk     8 September, 2017 12:00 AM printer

Toma to perform at National Museum today

Popular Tagore singer Tanjina Toma will perform at the Begum Sufia Kamal auditorium of Bangladesh National Museum in the capital at 6pm today.

The National Museum is organising the event as part of its regular musical soirees.

Toma will perform songs of Tagore, D L Roy, Rajanikanta and Atul Prasad.

Toma following her career as a singer and a teacher over the last two decades. She founded ‘Bibhash’ in 2015, a learning center for music and art which keeps her busy alongside her music and media pursuits. Toma is also a regular presenter in a popular morning programme “Robir Abeer” of SATV.

Pre-eminent record publishing house Hindustan Records of India has recently published ‘Hriday Majhe’ a solo album of Toma. The album features eight songs from various segments of Gitabitan.

Toma is indeed quite thrilled with this release, her seventh album from Bangladesh and India. Hindustan Records started its journey in 1932, inaugurated by Rabindranatha Tagore himself where he recorded the famous “Tobu Mone Rekho”.

 Earlier, HMV (now Sa Re Ga Ma) published her much celebrated album “Tumi O Ami” from India in 2015.  G Series published “Khuje Berai” among her albums that won wide accolade from her fans.