We have extended our invitation to these eminent performers.
Anweshaa Datta Gupta, winner of the Best Female Playback Singer award for Bengali song in Tele Cine Awards 2011, is one of the youngest playback singers in India. She renders playback songs in Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Kannada and Telugu movies. She has many musical albums to her credit.
Raghab Chattopadhyay started his musical journey under the tutelage of a student of Pt Ajoy Chakraborty and Ustad Rashid Khan. In his repertoire, are a broad range of renditions, from jazz and fusion to pure Indian classical music. Raghab has won a number of distinguished awards in music.
Rupankar Bagchi, a versatile vocal artist, learned classical vocal from his father Ritendra Nath Bagchi and Rabindra Sangeet from his mother Sumitra Bagchi. He was trained in classical music from Sukumar Mitra and in modern songs from Jatileswar Mukhopadhyay. His first stage performance was at the age of eleven. He received the National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer in 2014.
Young Jimut Roy, a versatile and mellifluous singer, has recently joined the commercial music arena of Kolkata after being crowned the winner of 2017 Zee Bangla Sa-Re-Ga-Ma-Pa competition. The classically trained singer Jimut switches effortlessly between semi-classical to adhunik, from both yesteryears to the most recent ones.
An alumnus of Dakshinee, the eminent school of Tagore music, Shamik Pal had his initial training in the rendition of Tagore songs. However, he also deftly performs contemporary Bengali songs. Apart from his distinguished musical career, Shamik is a faculty in a management school in Kolkata.