Dear Music Lover,
Our programmes for the next three months are given below. ALL ARE WELCOME to all our programmes unless otherwise specified. These are the programmes finalized as we go to print. Please note for additional programmes and alterations in existing programmes, details will be advertised on our website and on Facebook. Donors will be intimated through email & SMS. Kindly send in an email notifying us of any change in your email/contact number. Please contact the office for any queries.
Friday 1st at 6:30pm: Indranil Poddar invites to a program of Russian Romantic music focussed on the music of Sergey Taneyev, the first among Tchaikovsky’s pupils and a key connect between the twin currents of Russian Romantic Nationalism and Germanic cosmopolitanism. A Listener’s Club presentation.
Friday 8th at 6:30pm: Mozart and Brahms played by Wiener Philharmoniker and conducted by Carlos Kleiber. This spectacular performances will be presented by Ashis Ghosh for the Bonus Friday.
Saturday 16th at 6:30pm: Informal Students Concert by the students of the Western Music Section.
Friday 22nd at 7pm: The Jazz Listeners’ Forum will feature guitarists RUSSELL MALONE [U.S.] and ROMERO LUBAMBO [Brazil] along with jazz diva DIANNE REEVES in an intimate setting. An Ajoy Ray presentation.
Saturday 23rd at 7pm: Monthly Classical Guitar Concert conducted by Biplav Singh.
Sunday 24th at 2:30pm: A Musical Workshop “Another Day with Amyt Datta” by the Guitar Legend Amyt Datta.
Wednesday 4th at 6:30pm : Annual Speech & Drama Concert by the students of Zarin Chaudhuri.
Friday 6th at 10am : The Calcutta School of Music in association with Freed present TAKITA DHIN—an Inter School Dance Competition organized by the Calcutta School of Music in association with Freed. Finals at Sandre Hall, CSM.
Saturday 7th at 6:30pm: Annual Students’ Concert (Classical) by the students of the Western Music Section.
Sunday 8th at 5:30pm: Annual Students’ Concert (Non-Classical) by the students of the Western Music Section.
Friday 13th at 6:30pm : Indranil Poddar invites you to join in the celebration of the birth anniversary of the great violinist/conductor Yehudi Menuhin, born in New York in 1916. A Listener’s Club presentation.
Saturday 14th at 7pm: Monthly Classical Guitar Concert conducted by Biplav Singh.
Friday 20th at 7pm : Ajoy Ray will present for the Jazz Listeners’ Forum another special edition of JAZZ AT RANDOM, featuring historic artists, mingling with current musicians of special interest.
Friday 27th at 7pm: Ashis Ghosh presents in Bonus Friday the gala opening of the Walt Disney Concert Hall at Los Angeles by the conductor Gustavo Dudamel and "bel canto" tenor Juan Diego Florez. This sparkling program features arias from Rossini, as well as, popular songs and dances celebrating the two artistes' Latin heritage.
Friday 3rd at 6:30pm: Indranil Poddar invites you to celebrate the year 1791. Two hundred and twenty five years ago at the height of the French Revolution, Mozart and Haydn ruled Musical Europe. A Listener’s Club presentation.
Friday 10th at 6:30pm: Ashis Ghosh in Bonus Friday presents the third part of the "Latin Music USA". This gives the Chicano Wave, featuring Linda Ronstadt, Los Lobos and Selena, a new generation of Mexican Americans, raised on rock, rhythm and blues showing the extent of Mexican influence vis-a-vis the Cuban and Puertorican.
Friday 17th at 7pm : Ajoy Ray presents for the Jazz Listeners’ Forum the HISTORY OF THE FLUTE in JAZZ, told through performance clips of great jazz flutists.
Saturday 18th at 7pm : Monthly Classical Guitar Concert conducted by Biplav Singh.
Sunday 19th at 5:30pm : The Indian Music Section Annual Students’ Concert and Prize Distribution.
Tuesday at 6:30pm : World Music Day Concert
Thursday 30th at 10:30am : The Indian Music Section presents Inter School Music Quiz Competition.
All programmes are at the Sandré Hall unless otherwise stated. Visit our Web Site: www.calmusic.orgfor further details & news. Enquiry: School Office: 2461 5375, Fax: 2461 5294, Email: email@example.com.
Our Address: 6B, Sunny Park, Kolkata 700 019.
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“A teacher takes a hand,
Opens the mind-
And touches the heart.”
My best days in CSM, were definitely so because of my teachers. Being associated with this institution for the past 3 years, I spent one year in the Western Choir & two years learning the Keyboard. It wouldn’t have been possible without these amazing mentors to reach where I am today. It takes considerable potential to convert raw talents into something so miraculous and my teachers have undoubtedly touched my life in a very special way.
My Keyboard Sir (Mr Arunava Chatterjee) definitely, CERTAINLY deserves a special mention, for his classes were fun, enjoyable, innovative and witty. He is one person who could make learning so fun for me. I could have never ever thank him enough for giving me the time of my life. He has taught me how to create music, which gave wings to my soul and taught me how to fly. Thank you Calcutta School of Music.
Mohona Pal Mustafi
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