Dhrupadshoilee at Bengal Shilpalaya05 September 2014
Art & Culture Report :
Jessore has a glorious contribution to the folk culture of the Bengal. Baul, Jari, songs of Gazi and Manik Pir have emerged from this region.
The district is the grazing land of songs of Shib, Balaki, Barase and many other folk classics.
Modhusudon Kinnor is one of the iconic singers from this land who made Padabali Kirtan famous in all over the country.
In participation of eminent music maestro of Jessore Ardhendu Prasad Bandhapadhay and some young talented singers Bengal Foundation organised a soiree of classical music titled Dhrupadshoilee. The musical soiree was held recently at the Bengal Shilpalaya in the city’s Dhanmondi area.
The invited singers presented Dhrupodi, Kheyal, Dhamar, Dadra and Thumri in the programme.
The young talented singers who performed with Ardhendu Pasad Bandhapadhay were Shwarnali Dey, Maimuna Nasrin Oishi, Moumita Boral and Manika Debnath.