Shrutinaad’s Forthcoming Musical Events

I have been extremely busy last two months preparing for the two events planned in Assam by our organization Shrutinaad. For the first time ever there will be an All Assam Competition on Bauli Kavi Kamalananda Bhattacharyya’s evergreen melodies on June 02, 2009 at Sankardev Kalakshetra Auditorium, Guwahati from 9am onwards. The competition will be followed by a musical tribute to the great poet-composer and prize distribution at 5.30pm. June 02 is the Birth Anniversary of Kamalananda Bhattacharyya. Applications forms can be submitted till May 26.

Trying to overcome the problem of good workers and lack of funds I had been running around personally to prepare posters, leaflets and mementos. I had also made a CD from my audio album on Kamalananda songs titled ‘My Grandfather’s Songs’ and made this CD available to prospective candidates in Assam for the competition.

Event two will be a solemn concert of classical music titled ‘Prashanti’ on May 28, 2009 at 5.30pm at the same venue. This concert is in fond memory of Sangeet Jyoti Bibekananda Bhattacharyya on his 79th Birth Anniversary. Prashanti had earlier been organized on September 28, 2008 on the occasion of the first death anniversary of this tabla maestro and music director and the program got tremendous appreciation from the audiences and the media.

I have reached Assam on 14th May and been hoping to get the events organized successfully. If successful, Shrutinaad is planning to organize these events regularly every year.

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