Final day of Dum Dum Marga Sangeet Sammelan made it a ultimate joyful experience for Hindusthani Classical Music. Like the Day one the list of artist are real legends of their field.
PANDIT TEJENDRA NARAYAN MAJUMDAR,USTAD RASHID KHAN,PANDIT SHIV KUMAR SHARMA,PANDIT ANINDO CHATTERJEE,PANDIT TANMOY BOSE,PANDIT SUBHANKAR BANERJEE and PANDIT JYOTI GOHO need no introduction to the music lovers.
About the event:
BRATYA BASU CONCEIVES DUM DUM CLASSICAL MUSIC FESTIVAL ON BENGALI NEW YEAR
Pratyay, a non profit organization headed by Raju Sen Sarma hosted the Dumdum Classical Music Festival between 15th April-16 April on the occasion of the Bengali new year at Rabindra Bhavan, Dumdum. The organization started its journey in 2013.It started conducting various health awareness program & cultural program and other activities side by side It organized free medical camp & treatment, free medicine for senior citizens, regular cleaning ,free vaccination program and so many to follow in future.
Beside that Cultural and other activities like drama performed by street children, Bearing all expenses for 25 poor children’s education, cloth distribution to poor people following past natural calamities Pratyay is going big day by day It even gets support from hon’ble minister Prof. Bratya Basu as its mentor. hope to prosper, serve to society for years to come. This Bengali new year it presented a two day long hindustani classical music festival ,the biggest ever of its kind happened in north kolkata.
It was inaugurated by Bratya Basu, Sougata Roy, Raju Sen Sarma and so on. The two days classical festival featured artistes like
Day 1.a) Bickram Ghosh presents DRUMS OF INDIA, b) Begum Parveen Sultana c) Pt Hariprasad Chourasia, Pt Subhankar Banerjee and Pt Jyoti Goho.
Day 2 a) Pt Tejendra Narayan Majumdar b) Ustad Rashid Khan c) Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma. Accompanying by Pt Anindo Chatterjee, Pt Subhankar Banerjee, Pt.Tanmoy Bose, Pt Abhijeet Banerjee, Pt Jyoti Goho.
IT Minister and local MLA Shri Bratya Basu, said, “ It is finally about to held…an idea that for long rested inside my mind.
The north Kolkata ,often referred to as the original Kolkata always starved of good quality classical music festival or live classical music, although the place never lacked noted listeners and music lovers.
I shared this idea with Mr Raju Sensarma and never knew that he will put so much effort to give birth of my brain child. Dum Dum is about to witness the biggest classical music festival ever to happen in this part of Kolkata.
I cordially welcome you all to make this Bengali new year even sweeter with blissful touch of our very own Hindustani music. Lets music fill our soul from the core.”