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  • Performing for THE SOULS

    As Puranchand Wadali and his son Lakhwinder Wadali settle down to start singing for the audience, the senior Wadali runs his eyes through the crowd and smiles as he figures out the songs he and his team are about to perform.

  • Abida Sultana and Shouquat Ali Imon's beautiful collaboration

    Two years back, renowned singer Abida Sultana lent her voice to the song, Fagune Elo Srabon, which was penned, composed and directed by her younger brother Shouquat Ali Imon, a popular musician himself.

  • Rabindra Sangeet Singer Tapan Mahmud

    Tapan Mahmud's golden jubilee in the music industry

    Tapan Mahmud, the very first Rabindra Sangeet artiste at Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra, will celebrate the 50th anniversary of his storied music career.

  • Kazi Faisal Ahmed joins Artcell

    Having played for prominent bands such as Pentagon, Warfaze, Aurthohin and Cryptic Fate, Kazi Faisal Ahmed has long been one of the

  • BD HIP HOP FEST 2018 press meet

    According to the veterans in the field of Hip Hop, it is not just a music genre, but it far exceeds to have formed a cultural movement that has its roots in Bronx, New York. The culture is relatively new in Bangladesh, but a handful of artistes have dedicated their talents to this art form.

  • Dan Cake Rocks Dhaka

    Dan Cake presents The Legacy of Rock n' Roll brought the musical extravaganza to Dhaka's ICCB on Friday. Warfaze, Aurthohin, Nemesis,

  • HoiChoi launches its first album Larelappa

    S I Shumon, a renowned singer and sound engineer, has received several accolades throughout his career.

  • A tribute to Bhupen Hazarika on his death anniversary

    Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) and Byatikram MASDO jointly hosted a discussion and cultural programme titled Aj Jibon Khuje Pabi to mark the 7th death anniversary of Dr Bhupen Hazarika, at the National Theatre Hall, BSA, recently.

  • Dhaka International Folk Festival 2018

    Dhaka International Folk Fest 2018 to open on November 15

    Like previous years, the fourth edition of the Dhaka International Folk Fest will have a myriad of Bangladeshi and international folk artistes on one platform.

  • Tagore Terrace and Dhaka Gallery take their first step

    The official inauguration of a unique rooftop reading & coffee lounge, Tagore Terrace and Dhaka Gallery began their voyage on November 2 at Banani 12. Named after Kabi Guru Rabindranath Tagore, the café's theme revolves around the idea of the cultural practice of the Bengalis.