Published:  03:16 AM, 14 September 2019

'Magic Bauliana' season three announced

'Magic Bauliana' season three announced Anjan Chowdhury (centre) speaks at the press meet. -Collected

'Magic Bauliana 2019' is coming soon on Maasranga Television, to discover new talents of Bangla folk songs, initiated by Sun Foundation and sponsored by Square Toiletries Limited. Introducing the new generation to the world of folk songs is the goal of this reality show, said a press release.

To preserve the tradition and culture of folk songs and to archive them properly for the future generations, as well as to give the deserving credits to the artists, Sun Foundation was formed. Sun Foundation has been working on promoting the folk songs since the beginning of its journey, the organizers informed.

As a continuation of this effort--this is an initiative of Sun Foundation and supported by Square toiletries ltd.--the folk reality show 'Magic Bauliana's third season was announced at a press conference.

 At the press conference, Chairman of Sun foundation and Managing Director of Maasranga television & Square toiletries ltd, Anjan Chowdhury, Head of operations of Square toiletries ltd, Malik Mohammed Sayeed and other department heads were present.

The registration process has already started and will go on till September 26. Magic Bauliana 2019's audition round will take place in seven regions of Bangladesh- Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Kushtia and Mymensingh.

A grooming session will be conducted with these participants. During this season, introductory lessons about performance, use of melody, selecting proper scales, practicing, performing in front of the camera, position of the microphone, projecting sound, performing art etc will be provided.

Three best artistes will be selected step by step who will be the Bauliana winners. Shofi Mondol, Dr Nashid Kamal and Chandana Majumdar will be the judges of Magic Bauliana competition.

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