Nazrul Sangeet workshop ends at Barishal

Nazrul Sangeet workshop ends at Barishal

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Barishal Correspondent

A two-day long Nazrul Sangeet workshop was held at Barisal on Friday and Saturday. The program was organized by Bangladesh Nazrul Sangeet Sangstha (BNSS) and supported by Nazrul Sangskritik Jote, Barisal (NSJB).  The aim of the workshop was to spread original compositions and propagate the thematic aspects of Nazrul songs.
National poet of Bangladesh Kazi Nazrul Islam wrote and composed more than 4,000 songs (including gramophone records), which are widely popular in Bangladesh and India, a fact mentioned by discussants. They also gave a brief on what Nazrul Geeti entails .
Fifty Nazrul Sangeet singers from different parts of the city participated in the workshop held at City College and Charukala Barisal.
In closing ceremony of the programme, held in Ashwini Kumar Hall of the city on Saturday night, was presided over by vice president of NSJB Papiya Jesmin.
Deputy Commissioner of Barisal Habibur Rahman was chief guest, while eminent Nazrul Sangeet singer and organizing secretary of BNSS Mahamudul Hasan, and poet and literary personality Principal Tpankar Chakraborty, were special guests of the closing ceremony.
Among others, director of the workshop Tanvir Hasan, cultural activists Shuvangkar Chakraborty and Basudev Ghosh, NSJB secretary Gopal Krishna Guha Ripon, organizer of Charukala Sushanta Ghosh, gave speeches at the closing ceremony of the programme.
National poet of Bangladesh Kazi Nazrul Islam wrote and composed more than 4,000 songs (including gramophone records), which are widely popular in Bangladesh and India, a fact mentioned by discussants. They also gave a brief on what Nazrul Geeti entails.
They discussants also said songs of Nazrul inspired people during liberation war and after independence, to build the nation as a secular country, and to form societies based on equity, love and justice.

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