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 2nd at 6:30pm: Indranil Poddar invites you to an evening of Austrian music in the 18th and 19th centuries. From country dances to symphonies, from masses to piano vignettes and chamber music, this covers the new and the familiar. There will be a special emphasis on the music of Michael Haydn. A Listeners’ Club presentation.
Friday 9th at 6:30pm: Ashis Ghosh in his Bonus Friday, presents a musical movie "The Producer". This comes from the genius mind of Mel Brooks, a movie release of his record breaking Tony Award winner musical stage show, starring Nathan Lane, Uma Thurman, Mathew Broderick and Will Ferrel. Don't miss it.
Saturday 10th at 7pm:. Monthly Classical Guitar Concert conducted by Biplav Singh. Composer of the month : FERNANDO SOR.
Wednesday 14th at 6:30pm: Informal Students concert by students of the Western Music Section.
Friday 16th at 7pm: Ajoy Ray presents for the Jazz Listener’s Forum, “THE SWING THING”, a documentary on Swing Music and dancing, produced by the B.B.C.
Saturday 17th at 6:30pm: Students Concert by students of the Indian Music Section.
Friday 6th at 6:30pm: A Listeners’ Club presentation by Arup R Mitra.
Sunday 8th at 6:30pm: An Affair to Remember: a Piano-Vocal duo by pianist Pallab Pramanick and Classical Vocalist Diganta Chowdhury.
Friday 13th at 6:30pm: Ashis Ghosh in this Bonus Friday presents Herbert Von Karajan. Here he conducts the beginning of the Beethoven Symphony Cycle, covering the First, Second and the Third Symphonies as performed by the Berliner Philharmoniker.
Sunday 15th at 7pm: Rocking on...A special Pop and Jazz Concert by the teachers of the western music section at Tollygunge Club.
Friday 20th at 7pm: The Jazz Listeners’ Forum features a movie on Canadian jazz pianist and bandleader GIL EVANS, who played an important role in the development of cool jazz, modal jazz, free jazz and jazz fusion, and collaborated extensively with Miles Davis. An intellectual in the world of Modern Jazz.
Sunday 22nd at 6:30pm: Special Concert: Down Memory Lane featuring Piano-Violin Duo Prashanto and Malabika Dutt, Vocal-Piano Duo Zachary Ray & Kaushik Das and the Calcutta Chamber Orchestra.
Wednesday 25th at 7pm: Monthly Classical Guitar Concert conducted by Biplav Singh. Composer of the month: MATTEO CARCASSI.
Saturday 28th at 6:30pm: An unique concert featuring the Australian tribal instrument Didgeridoo along with the Guitar Ensemble.
Friday 4th at 6:30pm: A Listeners’ Club presentation by Arup R Mitra.
Friday 11th at 6:30pm: Latin Music USA. Ashis Ghosh in Bonus Friday presents the first two parts of the four parts history of the development of Mambo, reggae, Chicano, Salsa, Cha Cha and other Latin Music, in the USA. This is a most fascinating story.
Saturday 12th at 6:30pm: Christmas Concert presented by the students of the western music section of the school.
Sunday 13th at 6:30pm: Students Concert by students of the Indian Music Section.
Friday September 18th at 7pm: Music for the Festive Season: compositions of LENNON- McCARTNEY as interpreted by prominent Jazz artists. An Ajoy Ray presentation for the Jazz Listeners’ Forum.
Saturday 19th at 7pm:. Monthly Classical Guitar Concert conducted by Biplav Singh. Composer of the month: JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH.
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.
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I have been learning Violin at Calcutta School of Music for 7 years. My teacher is Mr. Ranjan Ghosh. I enjoy playing the violin. I will be taking my Grade 8 examinations next year. Without my Sir’s help I wouldn’t have made it so far. CSM has a very warm and welcoming atmosphere and there are regular concerts where all students can perform. It is an interesting place for any young, prospective musician and offers many opportunities. In CSM, Calcutta has a wonderful centre of music.
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