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  • Star Melodies to present 'Muktijoddhar Priyo Gaan'

    Star Melodies, an initiative of The Daily Star to promote Bangla music, will host a special musical programme, titled, Muktijoddhar Priyo Gaan, on March 23, commemorating our Independence Day. It will be held at The Daily Star Bengal Arts Precinct of The Daily Star Centre at 6 pm.

  • Putul dolls up for her wedding

    Sajia Sultana Putul first came to the limelight as a singer in the reality television programme, Close Up- 1 :Tomakei Khujchhey Bangladesh. Since then, the talented singer has won the hearts of many with her melodious voice, as well as her prowess in anchoring. Today, Putul will get married to Nurul Islam, as she embarks on a new journey in her life.

  • Putul dolls up for her wedding

    Sajia Sultana Putul first came to the limelight as a singer in the reality television programme, Close Up- 1 :Tomakei Khujchhey Bangladesh. Since then, the talented singer has won the hearts of many with her melodious voice, as well as her prowess in anchoring. Today, Putul will get married to Nurul Islam, as she embarks on a new journey in her life.

  • Rafiath Rashid Mithila

    Mithila in Arnob's music video

    A lot of speculation and buzz was created recently, when Rafiath Rashid Mithila posted pictures of her and Arnob on social media, during a presumable shoot. “Cousins working together” was the caption of the set of photos.

  • Chol re Chopoltoruun dal on Independence Day

    The latest installment of the song, Chol re Chopoltoruun Dal by Gems of Nazrul, is set to hit TV screens on March 26. Gems of Nazrul is an initiative to portray National Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam's musical genius in new light and popularise his spirited songs.

  • Two-day music festival at Jagannath University begins

    A two-day music festival will start today at Jagannath University (JnU) campus, organised by their music department.

  • RHCP in the land of the pharaohs

    The area around the great pyramids of Giza lit up recently as American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers took to the stage to entertain an

  • THE ARBOVIRUS EPIDEMIC

    In 2002, two friends and former classmates Shuharto Sherif and Asif Asgar Ranjan started a band, pursuing their dreams in music.

  • Armeen Musa

    “Let music help you” – Armeen Musa

    'Simultaneously' a part of four diverse projects, Armeen Musa has quietly worked her way up in Bangladesh's music scene to become one of the most beloved faces in the industry.

  • Armeen Musa

    “Let music help you” – Armeen Musa

    'Simultaneously' a part of four diverse projects, Armeen Musa has quietly worked her way up in Bangladesh's music scene to become one of the most beloved faces in the industry.

  • Nafeez Al Amin endorsed by Soultone Cymbals

    Drummer for ace rock band Arbovirus, Nafeez Al Amin, has been endorsed by renowned Turkish music company, Soultone Cymbals, as one of their featured artistes. “This is the first time an

  • Syed Mohammad Musa releases two new albums

    Syed Mohammad Musa releases two new albums

    Rabindra sangeet singer Syed Mohammad Musa, a student of Ustad Sukhendu Bikash, released two albums recently titled Shuru Hok

  • Monir Chowdhury performs at 'Chirodiner Gaan'

    The Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre, High Commission of India, Dhaka, organised a musical evening titled, Chirodiner Gaan, featuring singer Monir Chowdhury at Bangladesh National Museum recently.

  • Badrul Hassan Khan Jhontu's 'Shesh Thikana'

    Badrul Hassan Khan Jhontu's 'Shesh Thikana'

    Artiste Badrul Hassan Khan Jhontu, unveiled his first solo album during a ceremony held at a hotel in the capital recently.

  • Tahsan talks 'Jodi Ekdin'

    Tahsan talks 'Jodi Ekdin'

    Jodi Ekdin, starring celebrated singer-turned-actor Tahsan Rahman Khan, released in the prominent movie theatres across the country

  • Joy Bangla Concert 2019

    Joy Bangla concert 2019 resonates across Dhaka

    In remembrance of the historic March 7 speech by the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the Joy Bangla Concert 2019 set off amidst spectacular enthusiasm at the Bangladesh Army Stadium yesterday.

  • Annual Classical Music Conference

    Lakshyapar's 10th Annual Classical Music Conference

    Lakshyapar's 10th Annual Classical Music Conference was held recently with great enthusiasm and festivity. It was dedicated to Sudhin Das, described as the “sincerest soul of Bangladesh music.”

  • Joy Bangla Concert 2019 at Dhaka's Bangladesh Army Stadium

    Joy Bangla Concert to rock the youth today

    In remembrance of the historic 7th March speech by the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the annual Joy Bangla Concert will take place at Bangladesh Army Stadium today.

  • Khamkheyali Sobha completes 5 years

    Khamkheyali Sobha completes 5 years

    Khamkheyali Sobha recently celebrated its 5th birthday at the Bishwo Shahitto Kendro. Bangladeshi academic scholar, Syed Akram

  • Arafat Mohsin Nidhi on 'Thako'

    Arafat Mohsin Nidhi on 'Thako'

    The spearhead behind numerous hit songs as a part of the famed Studio 58, Arafat Mohsin Nidhi's pedigree as a musician extends far

  • Tagore Award for  Cultural Harmony  programme to be  held today

    Tagore Award for Cultural Harmony programme to be held today

    Due to the tragic incident at Chawk Bazar, the programme regarding the Tagore Award for Cultural Harmony at Chhayanaut had been postponed.

  • Beenkar Musical Society hosts music workshop

    Beenkar Musical Society hosts music workshop

    Recently, a music workshop was held at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy as a part of Beenkar Musical Society of Bangladesh. At the

  • Owned's 'Bondi' released

    Owned's 'Bondi' released

    The music video for rock band Owned's Bondi has been released on their social media platforms, including their Facebook page and

  • An offering of songs of language and love in spring

    As part of our regular musical programmes, Star Melodies, an initiative of The Daily Star to promote Bangla music, will host a special musical evening titled, 'Falgun-er Rongey Aanka Bhaasha O Bhalobashar Gaan' (Songs of language and love portrayed through the colours of spring).

  • “Music is like oxygen to me” – Shusmita Anis

    As an artiste, Shusmita Anis personifies discipline and drive. Hailing from the same family as legendary singers Kamal Dasgupta and Firoza Begum, the multi-talented singer has created her own identity with her excellence in Nazrul Sangeet and modern Bangla songs. Acting as the managing director of one of the country's leading pharmaceutical companies, the accomplished artiste talks to The Daily Star about her latest releases, musical philosophy, and more.

  • An offering of songs of language and love in spring

    As part of our regular musical programmes, Star Melodies, an initiative of The Daily Star to promote Bangla music, will host a special musical evening titled, Falgun-er Rongey Aanka Bhaasha O Bhalobashar Gaan (Songs of language and love portrayed through the colours of spring).

  • “We have to move forward, but with our heritage” – Kamal Ahmed

    With a noteworthy singing career of seven national and international awards, Kamal Ahmed also holds the important position of Director of Programme at Bangladesh Betar, a cultural pillar of the country. Finding his comfort zone in Rabindra Sangeet, the ever-passionate musician keeps expanding his repertoire. He has16 versatile albums of different genres to his credit. The artiste talks to The Daily Star about his latest albums, musical philosophy, and more.

  • Baroque music performed at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy

    A musical evening titled, 'Son Ar Mein Consort Vers Les Indes Baroqueson', was held at the National Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy recently.

  • An offering of songs of language and love in spring

    As part of our regular musical programmes, Star Melodies, an initiative of The Daily Star to promote Bangla music, will host a special musical evening titled, 'Falgun-er Rongey Aanka Bhaasha O Bhalobashar Gaan' (songs of language and love portrayed through the colours of spring).

  • Pandit Barin Mazumder Music Fest Concludes

    In 1963, music exponent, educationist and Ekushey Padak winner Pandit Barin Mazumder, founded the Government Music College in Agargaon, Dhaka. To commemorate the 98th birth anniversary of the maestro, Government Music College recently organised a two-day long music festival titled Pandit Barin Mazumder Sangeet Utshab 2019, at its premises.

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