The 6th edition of Bengal Classical Music Festival, which commenced on December 26 night at the Abahani Playground in Dhanmondi, will end on Saturday.
The Bengal Foundation organised the festival with a view to popularising and perpetuating the practice of classical music.
The event was dedicated to eminent educationist, researcher and cultural exponent Professor Emeritus Dr Anisuzzaman.
The change of venue could not dampen the spirit of the music lover
On the last day (December 30) of the event, the audience will enjoy the beautiful performance of Odissi by Vidushi Sujata Mohapatra, Mohan Veena by Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Khayal by Brajeswar Mukherjee, Sitar by Pandit Kushal Das and Kalyanjit Das, Khayal by Pandit Kaivalyakumar, Flute by Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia.
This year's festival was initiated with a soothing performance of Raga Abhogi by Dr L Subramaniam on violin, with the sophisticated support of Sriram Murthy on mridangam, PanditTanmoy Bose on tabla and SathyaSaiGhantasala on the morning.
The Bengal Foundation has been organising the festival since 2012 aiming to revive the lost heritage of the rich classical music.
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