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  • 53rd 'Praner Khela' held at Chhayanaut

    Noted Rabindra Sangeet singer, Shama Rahman and young singer, Mustafizur Rahman Turjo performed at the 53rd musical soiree of Bengal Foundation's regular programme Praner Khela at Chhayanaut auditorium, Dhanmondi on September 25.

  • Legacy of Rock electrifies the port city

    Rock music electrified Chattogram last weekend, when some of the top bands of Bangladesh came together to perform at the Legacy of Rock n' Roll concert. Presented by Dan Cake, the third chapter of the ongoing rock show attracted a large number of Chittagonian rock music lovers.

  • 'Sunaad': A memorable musical soiree

    This month, young apprentices of Bengal Parampara Sangeetalay created an escape for the city dwellers with their enticing performances of evening ragas throughout a two-day musical soiree at Chhayanaut.

  • Channel i to honour Subir Nandi with Lifetime Achievement Award

    Subir Nandi, who is a remarkable singer, will add yet another trophy to his cabinet as he receives the Channel i Music Awards 2018's

  • Why bands like The Seesaw Quartet need your attention

    Recently, I was welcomed to witness an up-and-coming jazz band in Dhaka, The Seesaw Quartet, at Alliance Française de Dhaka, Dhanmondi.

  • Dhikkar Amay – Gods Must Be Crazy

    A large portion of the audience of rock music today is left relatively uncatered to- ones I would like to call 'nostalgia-mongers.' There are a lot of people who just want pure, unadulterated hard-rock, much like the days when Artcell reigned supreme and underground concerts were still 'in'.

  • Enabling the music community

    National Music House (NMH) is a musical instrument manufacturer and importer based in Dhaka which makes top-class exclusive musical instruments and imports from noted brands like Conn & Selmer, Buffet Cram Pone, Yamaha, Ludwig and several others.

  • Revisiting the songs of soul

    Folk Music takes a prominent place in Bangladeshi culture. Following the Guru-Shishya Parampara many mystic bards have been carrying

  • Bengal's classical music soiree 'Sunaad' ends today

    To promote and disseminate North Indian Classical Music in Bangladesh, Bengal Foundation has set up Bengal Parampara Sangeetalay in Dhaka, where young and talented singers are learning classical music under eminent Gurus of the subcontinent in a congenial aura.


    In a noble initiative, Bangladesh Musical Bands Association (BAMBA) has partnered up with the Ministry of Social Welfare and PFDA – Vocational Training Center to arrange a stellar concert on September 28. The concert will raise awareness for autism, which is a commonly neglected phenomenon in Bangladesh.