‘Music of Bengal’, a production house, started its journey with the launching of its logo and an audio album titled ‘Mohakobi’ by singer Kamal Ahmed on Saturday.
‘Mohakobi’ is the first audio music album of ‘Music of Bengal’. Singer Kamal Ahmed has dedicated the album to the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.To mark the logo unveiling ceremony of ‘Music of Bengal’ Kamal Ahmed arranged a programme at Officers’ Club in the capital on Saturday evening. State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid graced the occasion as chief guest. Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) Chairman Md Abu Bakar Siddique, Ekushey Padak-winnig music director Sheikh Sadi Khan, Swadhinata Padak-winnig Tagore researcher and singer Rezwana Choudhury Bannya and renowned music director Anisur Rahman Tanu attended the programme as special guests with Music of Bengal Chairman Kamal Ahmed in the chair.
The main aim of ‘Music of Bengal’ is to create an enlightened generation. Through keeping alive freedom fight, Independence and eternal Bengali culture and tradition in present and future generation, ‘Music of Bengal’ is committed to innovate a luminous generation.
Kamal Ahmed is a renowned media personality, music connoisseur and eminent singer of the country. He is better known as a devoted Tagore singer. He is currently serving as the director of programme at Bangladesh Betar.
He got many prestigious awards including SAARC Cultural Society Award (2010), Bangabandhu Gobeshona Foundation Award (2015), Adwaitia Mallabarman Award (2017) from Maharaja Birbikram University, India, Beer Shaheed Dhirendranath Dutta Award (2017) from Agartala, Tripura, India, FOBANA Award (2017) from Canada.