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20 September, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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‘ICCR Scholar’s Evening’ at Nat’l Museum today

DL desk, Dhaka

Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre (IGCC), High Commission of India, Dhaka is organising an event titled ‘ICCR Scholar’s Evening’ by Aditi Mohsin today at the main auditorium of Bangladesh National Museum in the capital. Aditi Mohsin was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh into a family of music connoisseurs. Recognising her keen interest and natural aptitude for music at an early age, she was admitted into the Bulbul Academy of Fine Arts (BAFA). After receiving her diploma in Rabindra Sangeet from BAFA, Aditi continued her music training under the tutelage of Sadi Mohammad, one of the renowned Rabindra Sangeet artists in Bangladesh.

In 1992, Aditi received a scholarship from the Government of India (ICCR Scholarship) to study music at Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan. At Visva-Bharati University, she was trained by legendary scholars and performers like Smt Kanika Bandopadhyay and Smt Nilima Sen. She also received individual training, guidance and mentoring from Smt Swastika Mukhopadhyay of Santiniketon for more than six years to further explore the fascinating world of vocal music.

Aditi Mohsin is a regular performer and play-back singer of Rabindra Sangeet with numerous recordings to her credit. Her first recording was a CD and cassette titled ‘Amar Mon Cheye Roy’ for the Bengal Foundation, Dhaka that was released in 2003. Her second recording titled ‘Sharado Prate’ was released in 2004 in India by Prime Music, Kolkata. Aditi is a regular performer at Bangladesh Television, Bangladesh Betar (Radio), and other private satellite broadcasting media. Since 2000, she has been working as a Senior Teacher at Chhayanaut, one of the pioneering music schools of Bangladesh.

Where: Nation Museum, Shahbag

When: 6:30pm, today

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