Celebrated singer Aditi Mohsin recently released her fifth solo album of Tagore songs from Kolkata, India on Friday.
Eminent Tollywood actor Soumitra Chattapadhyay unveiled the album cover at Kalimandir—a local venue in Kolkata.
The album Hridoy Bashona, released from Kolkata-based Bhabna Records, is her 12th album of Tagore songs, said the singer in an interview with New Age.
‘Hridoy Bashona includes 10 popular Tagore songs. I decided to release the album from Kolkata to reach a greater audience beyond the border of Bangladesh,’ said the singer, hoping that her fans would be able to listen to the album online.
‘Though the album will be released from Kolkata I hope that the production company will release some of the songs online so that my fans in Bangladesh will be able to listen to them,’ added Aditi.
Auditi Mohsin released her first album Amar Mon Cheye Roy in 2003 from Bengal Foundation. Till date she has released 12 albums, among which 11 are solo albums.
Among her albums are Srabon Prate, Bhalobashi Bhalobashi, Barshamukhor Raate Phagun Sameerane and Amar Adhar Bhalo.
Born in Dhaka, Adity Mohsin received initial training in music at the Bulbul Academy of Fine Arts in Dhaka. In 1992, she won the ICCR Scholarship and went to pursue her music training at the Visva Bharati University in Shantiniketan. There she got tutelage under legendary exponents of Rabindra Sangeet like Smt. Kanika Bandopadhyay, Smt. Nilima Sen, Gora Sarbadhikari, Swastika Mukherkee, Shri Mohan Singh and Shri Arupratan Banerjee.
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