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A Musical Extravaganza Peace & Harmony Lead by Tabla Maestro Prodyut Mukherjee

News Desk, News Nation 360 : At the esteemed Vivekananda Hall of The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture in Kolkata, famous musicians gathered to create an enchanting atmosphere celebrating Peace & Harmony on Saturday, which resulted in an evening of transcendent musical performances. Presenters of this unique musical extravaganza were Rhythm Express, Global Art Presenter (Kolkata) & Kalyani Roy Memorial Trust. Prodyut Mukherjee (Grammy Jury Member & GIMA Award Winner), Asish Chatterjee, and Pt. Partha Bose, a sitar virtuoso, captivated the audience with their extraordinary talents. Ashish Chatterjee set the tone for an evening full of spiritual resonance and emotional depth by captivating the audience with soul-stirring renditions of devotional songs like Amay Ektu Jayga Dao, Mayer Mondire Bosi, and Khelicho E Biswa Loye to begin the evening's performances. Prominent figures graced the occasion, including Gautam De (former regional director, ICCR), Alokananda Roy (renowned dancer), Shyam Pandey (founder and CEO, IPAF - International Performing Arts Festival), and Dr Sayan Bhattacharya (education officer, Indian Museum). Tabla Maestro and Prodyut Mukherjee stated that "Peace & Harmony" is proof of the ability of art and music to bring people together. Events such as these serve as a reminder of common humanity and the universal language of creativity in a world where differences frequently divide people. Tonight's performances were soulful expressions as much as technical mastery. Together, the artists' distinct viewpoints resulted in a beautiful tapestry of sound and emotion. Ashish Chatterjee set the tone for an evening full of spiritual resonance and emotional depth by captivating the audience with soul-stirring renditions of devotional songs like Amay Ektu Jayga Dao, Mayer Mondire Bosi, and Khelicho E Biswa Loye to begin the evening's performances. Pt. Prodyut Mukherjee took the stage after Chatterjee's moving performance to give an enthralling demonstration of "The Art of Percussion." The audience was enthralled with Mukherjee's performance, which showcased the rich tradition and virtuosity of Indian classical music with complex rhythms and expert precision. 


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