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Solo musical evening held at BNM

Culture Desk     10 August, 2017 12:00 AM printer

Solo musical evening held at BNM

The solo musical evening on Rabindra Sangeet titled ‘Srabanghonogohon Mohe’ held at Sufia Kamal Auditorium of Bangladesh National Museum to mark the 76th death anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore on Sunday.


Organised by Bangladesh National Musuem, noted media personality and reputed Tagore Singer Kamal Ahmed performed on the occasion.


Singer Kamal Ahmed spellbounds audience by rendering some of Tagore’s rain and love songs  like-  Abar Eshechhe Ashar, on Mollar Rag, Asar Sandhya Ghoniye Elo on Emon Rag, Aji Srabonghonogohon Mohe on Gouro Mollar Rag, Jadi Jantem Amar Kisher Betha on Ramkeli Rag ,Valobesha Sokhi Nivrite Jotone and others.


The artiste performed total seventeen songs on the occasion.


The Singer highlighted time of song creation, Tagore’s age, socio Cultural Context, beat and Rhythm of each song on the eve of his performance Howover, the auditorium was over crowded and many of the audience were bound to listen the Musical event just standing on foot.


Kamal Ahmed performed half of the songs of musical evening which were requested by the audience. The appeal of each song to the audience was certainly enjoyable as per as the devotion to rain, love, affair and affection.  


Singer Kamal Ahmed has a long career of Musical performance both on home and abroad, He performed our nearest country India several times from 1989 to present. However he was invited at Bangladesh High Commission Sri Lanka in the year of 2011 where he performed on high commission Hall Room on March 26 and 27.


Mr. Ahmed enriched his Acknowledgement through National and International awards. He received SAARC Cultural Award in 2010, Bangabandhu Gobeshana Foundation Award 2015, Adwaita Mallabarman Award from Maharaja Birbikram University, India in the year of 2017 and Beer Shaheed Dhirendranath Dutta Award from Agartala, Tripura in the same year.  


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