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Adity Mohsin 

Bangladeshi Rabindra Sangeet singer Adity Mohsin Bulbul Academy of Fine Arts was where Mohsin enrolled (BAFA). In 1988, she completed her Rabindra Sangeet diploma after meeting music composers Abdul Ahad and Fazle Nizami. Dhaka’s Holy Cross College provided her with her IA. She attended Sangit Bhavana, Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan, to study music in 1992, thanks to a scholarship from the Indian government. Both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees were first class. 

Mohsin is the secretary of the Jatio Rabindra Sangeet Sammilon Parishad’s Dhaka City Committee. She is a member of the Rabindra Sangeet Shilpi Sangstha in Bangladesh. She has been a senior teacher at Chhayanau since 2000. 

Career Debut 

Her debut album, Amar Mon Cheye Roy, was made by Bengal Foundation. “S/he who sings for life, s/he is the spirit of his/her song,” wrote Waheedul Haq on the album’s cover. I hope Adity will continue her mother-like Guru Kanika Banerjee’s musical heritage in new nations, with new people, and in new offshore locations.” 

Tagore’s songs, according to Adity Mohsin of The Daily Star, are meant to convey a feeling of spirituality and a deep sense of life and accomplishment, not just for pleasure. “Rabindranath Tagore is inextricably linked with our culture.” “If you don’t understand the complexity of the words, it’s nearly difficult to sing his songs properly,” she explained. 

Success as a Singer 

Amar Mon Cheye Roy, Mohsin’s first album, was released in 2003. Sharado Prate was the title of her second album (2004). Barshamukhor Raate Phagun Sameerane was released in 2013. On Bangladesh Television, Bangladesh Betar, NTV, Maasranga Television, SA Television, and Tara Muzik, she performs. She has sang Rabindra Sangeet for several plays and serials on various television stations in Bangladesh as a playback singer. She performed in Rabindranath Tagore’s Chhinnapatra, a documentary film based on Nawajesh Ahmed’s still images. 

Mohsin performed with Asha Bhosle as one of the Panchakannyas in Kolkata in 2009, alongside Lopamudra Mitra, Subhamita Banerjee, and Srabani Sen. She performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London in 2016. 

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