The video clip that was promised earlier on Sugata Marjit’s vocal performance has been uploaded.
The video is also accessible from our Videos page.
In memory of the great music exponent late Krishna Chandra Banerjee, Sangeet Darbar arranged an evening of Indian classical music at Shishir Mancha last evening.
The program started with a sitar recital by Saptarshi Hazra. He was accompanied on the tabla by Shankar Prosad Chowdhury.
The next (and last) performer was Sugata Marjit (a disciple of late Krishna Chandra Banerjee, popularly known as “Keshto Babu”), for whom this performance was a tribute to his former teacher.
He started his repertoire of kheyals with raag Shankara (“Vamana Devata“) and followed it up with raag Chhayanat (“Jhana Nana“) and an excellent piece on raag Bahar.
Later he switched to raagpradhan Bengali songs (light classical / songs based ob raagas) and rendered three songs based on raag Nandkosh, raag Surdasi Malhar and raag Bhairavi.
He ended the evening’s performance with a short kheyal on raag Vasant on requests from the audience.
He was accompanied quite ably on tabla by Aurobinda Bhattacharjee and on harmonium by Pradip Palit.
Video clips will be posted soon – stay tuned.
Debu’da has informed that Sugato’s program is being organized by “Sangeet Darbar”.
This has been updated in our Programs page.
Sri Sugato Marjit will perform at Sisir Mancha on 7th April 2012 from 6:30 PM.
This entry has been added to the Programs page. However, as the other details of this program are still unknown, the organizer’s name has been kept blank for the time being.