Melodious nights come to an end

The opportunity to entertain oneself with evenings advanced with music and move, has arrived at an end. After much course of action, five otherworldly evenings left the gathering of people hypnotized and foreseeing again for one year from now.

The swarmed armed force stadium stuffed with onlookers spread over the grass, exhibition and seats, took in all that Bengal Traditional Music Celebration brought to the table on the most recent night.

The music bureau of Dhaka College engaged the gathering of people with their opening execution, trailed by Parampara Sangeetalaya understudies on sitar.

Like without fail, savant Shivkumar Sharma asked for the gathering of people to settle down unobtrusively. ‘You can’t simply listen to music; you need to feel it,’ he said, before catching the gathering of people with a great execution helped by Yogesh Samsi on tabla.

Kumar Mardur, Arati Ankalikar, Kusul Das and Hariprasad Chaurasia were different craftsmen who flabbergasted the gathering of people with their supernatural execution the previous evening.

For the fifth year Bengal Established Music Celebration was sorted out by Bengal Establishment in relationship with Square Gathering, bolstered by BRAC Bank and oversaw by Blues Correspondence.

Originator and executive of BRAC Fazle Hassan Abed was the central visitor, while emeritus teacher Anisuzzaman, overseeing chief of Square Pharmaceuticals Anjan Chowdhury, Dhaka North City Organization chairman Annisul Huq and Dhaka South City Company leader Sayeed Khokon were additionally extraordinary visitors at the end service.

‘On the off chance that Bengal Establishment keeps on thriving effectively, Bangladesh may soon find their own Ravi Shankar,’ said Fazle Hassan Abed. He would have liked to see the tenth Traditional Music Fest being held while he is still alive.

Executive of Bengal Establishment Abul Khair expressed gratitude toward everybody for taking an interest in the occasion. Khair likewise asked for everybody to stand and watch a snapshot of hush for every one of the lives Bangladesh has lost in the previous year, including the casualties of the Heavenly Artisan assault.

Executive general of Bengal Establishment Luva Nahid Chowdhury, overseeing chief of Blues Correspondence Farhadul Islam and overseeing executive of Bengal Express Zeenat Chowdhury were likewise in front of an audience as uncommon visitors.

‘It is astonishing to see a large number of individuals go to this occasion and remain the whole night, only for the music. This shows the amount we acknowledge and esteem our way of life,’ said teacher Anisuzzaman.

The group of onlookers developed in number as the night turned out to be longer. A couple of the group of onlookers said that they had come to hear Hariprasad Chaurasia play the flute at sunrise.

Chaurasia communicated appreciation to the gathering of people who went to the occasion exclusively to hear him play. ‘The occasion coordinators treat me like a football. They utilize me to score the last objective of the match,’ kidded Chaurasia showing how his execution denote the end of Bengal Traditional Music Celebration.

The report initially distributed in Bengali in Prothom Alo print version is revamped in English by Tazrian Rahman.

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