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A musical tribute to Manna Dey

Amitabha, Mridula and Poluck perform at IGCC’s event today
DL desk, Dhaka
A musical tribute to Manna Dey

Today, Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre (IGCC) is organising a musical tribute to Mannay Dey on his birth centenary by Dr Amitabha Chanda, Mridula Samadder and Samiul Islam Poluck in Gulshan Avenue of the capital. Manna Dey (1 May 1919−24 October 2013) was an internationally acclaimed Indian playback singer, music director, musician and Indian classical vocalist.

He is considered one of the most versatile and celebrated vocalists of the Indian film industry. From the year 1942 to the year 2012, Manna Dey contributed immensely in the field of Indian Film Music as an arranger, singer and music director.  Manna Dey received the prestigious ‘Dada Saheb Phalke’ award in the year 2007 for lifetime contribution to Indian cinema.


Dr Amitabha Chanda is a renowned neurosurgeon from India and is one of the pioneers of awake brain surgeries in India. He does regular stage performances in India and Bangladesh. He was closely associated with the legend Manna Dey, from whom he received invaluable tips in music. In 2018, he received ‘Bangaratna Gourab Samman’ award from India both for neurosurgery and music.    

Mridula Samadder is a music teacher at Excel Academy and is enlisted Artist of BTV and Bangladesh Betar. She is the principal at Surbani Lalitkala Academy.  She is the recipient of awards from Shishu Academy, Shikkha Soptah, Moushumi Protijogita and others.

Samiul Islam Poluck is a regular artiste of Bangladesh Television (BTV). His first solo recitation album ‘Iti Rabindranath’ was released from Historical Music Label of India, Hindustan Records which is a smash hit. He is the recipient of Prayash Award, Minarva Rabindra Padak.

Where: NE (K) 14,

Gulshan Avenue

When: 6:30pm, today l

 

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