This three months-long unique festival (চতুর্থ বাংলা সঙ্গীত উৎসব), returning to different prestigious venues of London (e.g. Keats House, Rich Mix, Nehru Centre etc.) for the fourth times, showcases the splendour of Bangla Music and its spectacular latitude through mind blowing performances (with relevant translation wherever necessary). It features the evolution of Bangla music (evolved approximately at 730 AC) from Charjya-Pod, folk, Kirton, Toppa, Poncho-Kobi (Tagore,D.L Roy, Atul Prasad, Rajanikanto and Najrul) to Bangla Adhunik (Salil, Manna, Sochin and all other doyens and legendary composers of Bangla music).
Brady Arts Centre is proudly hosting a beautiful mix of Kirtan and pre-Tagorian semi-classical music that includes Toppa of Nidhu Babu, Sridhar Kathak, shakto geeti of Ram Prasad etc. The leading singers of each genre from West-Bengal and Bangladeshi origin will exude the treasure and the glory of this captivating music.
T M Ahmed Kaysher will curate the event with a brief introduction on the history and background of this sublime form of world music.