An Evening of Music with Prabuddha Raha: Bengali and popular Hindi Bollywood Songs

021Bengali songs will include songs by Rabindranath Tagore, Rajanikanto Atulprasad and melodies from the golden era such as Manna, Hemanta, SD Burman, Shyamal, and Pintu Bhattacharya.

Prabuddha has extensively performed both Rabindra Sangeet and modern songs in different cities of India and abroad. He remains one of the most acknowledged singers of our times and his songs have been reviewed with very high ratings by leading music critics. His rendering originates from his soul, helping the audience to see and feel the visual imagery which is so very unique to Tagore and other Bengali songs.

An Alumnus of Dakshinee, Prabuddha continued his advanced training in Rabindra Sangeet from Acharya Sailajaranjan Majumdar and he has trained himself in classical music under the tutelage of Prof. Debiranjan Bandyopadhyay. Prabuddha has graduated from Presidency College with Honors in Geology and thereafter he pursued his career in leading foreign and Indian publishing companies. Prabuddha was appointed as the external examiner of Visva Bharati University in 2008 and Calcutta University in 2012 and Rabindra Bharati in 2013. He was also invited as the Guest Lecturer on Music for their Orientation courses for College Teachers. Aparna Sen chose him to playback for the movie Paromitar Ekdin. Prabuddha left an indelible mark with his rendition of ‘Bipulo Tarango Re’ in the movie. Prabuddha sang and composed music for a large number of telefilms and documentaries and he has recently scored music for his first ever feature film, Tagore’s Chaar Oddhyay directed by Nitish Mukherjee. He received the prestigious “Vivek Vikas Samman” award in 2012 on 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami-ji. He also received “Gauri Mitra Smriti Puroskar” from Dakshinee for contribution as a singer and trainer in the field of Rabindrasangeet.

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