Mahadeb Ghose enthralls audience at Nat’l Museum

Culture Desk

6 April, 2018 12:00 AM printer

Mahadeb Ghose enthralls audience at Nat’l Museum

Prominent Tagore singer Mahadeb Ghose enthralled audience at National Museum  on March 31.

Indira Gandhi Culture Centre was organised the Rabindra Sangeet evening by Mahadeb Ghose at Sufia Kamal Auditorium of the museum at 6.30PM on the day.

Mahadeb Ghose mesmerized audience by rendering a number of songs including – Tomarei korechhi Jiboner Dhrubatara.., Tumi Khushi Thako.., Ananda Dhara Bohichhe Bhubone.., Shokhi Bhabona Kahare Bole.., Dibosh Rojoni Ami Jeno.., Tumi Sundor Meghomala etc.

The singer was accompanied with Gautam Sarkar on Tabla, Asit Biswas on Esraj, Mohd Nasir on guitar and Robins on keyboard.

Mahadeb Ghose is an established Rabindra Sangeet singer of Bangladesh. He has completed a certificate course on Rabindra Sangeet from the Bulbul Academy of Fine Arts (BAFA) and has also taken training under many Gurus including Late Abdul Ahad, Late Kalim Sharafi, Late Sudhin Das, and Late Ajit Roy.

He has also taken short term lessons from Late Srimoti Neelima Sen and Shri Subhas Choudhury, teachers of Shantiniketan. He learnt Classical Music from Late Ustad Fazlul Haque, Late Gopal Das and Omar Faruque.

Mahadeb Ghose is presently Vice Principal and Senior Teacher of Rabindra Sangeet at BAFA. He is an enlisted special grade singer of BTV and Bangladesh Betar and also sings regularly in many TV channels of Bangladesh and India.

He established an organisation “Rabirashmi” in 1998 where Rabindra Sangeet is taught.  He has released seven music albums - his first album “Amar Hiyar Majhe” was by Sangeeta in Bangladesh, another “Amar Praner Manush Ache Prane” by Gathani of India and five others by Laser Vision.

Ghose performs regularly on stage in Dhaka and other parts of Bangladesh. He has also given many performances abroad, in India, Australia and Kuwait, some of which were organised by the Bangladesh Government.

He has received many awards including award by “PODOKKHEP BANGLADESH” for contributing music to the nation during the 40th year celebration of Independence of Bangladesh, and award by “Vanguard TV” News Channel in Agartala for their 4th Year anniversary celebration.

He is associated with many cultural organisations of Rabindra Sangeet. He was formerly Senior Joint Secretary of Bangladesh Rabindra Sangeet Shilpi Sangstha and presently the  Organising Secretary of Bangladesh Sangeet Sangathan Samonnay Parisad and Director of Rabirashmi. 

Ghose also has an M Com degree from University of Dhaka and is an Associate Professor and Head of Management Department, Ispahani University College.