News Desk, News Nation 360 : The Debasree Foundation, a well-known institution devoted to promoting and conserving India's rich cultural legacy, presented a remarkable Hindustani classical music evening that included some of the most renowned performers in the field. Mounita Chattopadhyay skillfully engaged the audience and brought a delightful touch to the entire evening as she hosted the captivating musical journey. The event showcased the extraordinary abilities of violin virtuoso Vidhushi Kala Ramnath and the rhythmic mastery of tabla player Pandit Abhijit Banerjee. Professor Rajyasree Ghosh's melancholic vocal performance was complemented by Pandit Samar Saha's intriguing tabla rhythms. A melodic symphony played by harmonium player Gourav Chatterjee enthralled the audience. Debasree Banerjee, Founder of Debasree Foundation said that the goal of this lovely evening is to support Hindustani classical music. They consider it an honour to have had over the years such a remarkable group of performers who have committed their lives to upholding and developing the traditions of Hindustani classical music. He wanted to thank the participating artists, the anchor, and the audience on behalf of their Foundation for making this musical evening a huge success. Connoisseurs and enthusiasts of Hindustani classical music came together to celebrate the rich tradition of this genre. The performers, who were all masters in their own right, showed off the richness and beauty of Indian classical music while enticing the audience into a world of pure musical bliss.
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