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Dumdum Marga Sangeet Utsav Committee Hosted 4th Dumdum Marga Sangeet Utsav

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News Desk, News Nation 360 : Dumdum Marga Sangeet Utsav Committee inaugurated the 4th edition of the two-day Dumdum Marga Sangeet Utsav, a classical music festival at Dumdum Rabindra Bhavan Surer Math. The festival was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Minister In Charge, Department of Education Govt Of West Bengal, Bratya Basu, Honourable Speaker, Biman Banerjee, Hon’ble Member Of Parliament, Prof Sougato Roy and Music Maestro, Hariharan. Sukanto (Raju) Sen Sharma, Convener, Dumdum Marga Sangeet Utsav said that the Dumdum Marga Sangeet Utsav has always promised to be a grand celebration for the music aficionados over the years. They have lined up a host of musical geniuses to perform over two days. This year also they are witnessing an overwhelming response from people across the city. Dumdum Marga Sangeet Utsav is conceptualised by Bratya Basu. The event witnessed performances by Ustad Rashid Khan and Armaan Khan on Vocals accompanied by Yashwant Vaishnav on Tabla with Vijay Mishra on Harmonium and Janab Murad Ali on Sarangi, Pandit Rahul Sharma on Santoor accompanied by Ojas Adhiya in Tabla, Vidushi Kaushiki Chakraborty on Vocals accompanied by Ojas Adhiya on Tabla with Janab Murad Ali on Sarengi and Tanmoy Deochake on Harmonium, Pandit Bikram Ghosh on Tabla and Ustad Taufiq Qureshi on DJEMBE & Percussions with Vidwan Suresh Vaidyanathan on Ghatam and Abhishek Mullik on Sitar, a Jugalbandi featuring Pandit Bikram Ghosh & Ustad Taufiq Qureshi, for the first time together, was a major attraction, performances by Pandit Tarun Bhattacharjee on Santoor and Pandit Ronu Majumdar on Flute and accompanied by Jyotirmay Roy Chowdhury on Tabla, Pandit Sandipan Samajpati on Vocals supported by Pandit Parimal Chakraborty on Tabla and Hiranmoy Mitra on Harmonium, Ustad Shahid Parvez on Sitar and Subhojyoti Guha on Tabla, Hariharan along with Pandit Bikram Ghosh was another main attraction of the second day.

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Report : Anustup Kundu

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