Past Events

SANGEET YATRAEvent Date: 24/06/2017

MOKSHA continues its 10-year celebrations with a special concert with senior Tagore exponent Pramita Mallick. The evening will mark the 70 years of Indian Independence with patriotic songs and look back at the evolution of Bengali music. Featuring Solo recital by PRAMITA MALLICK Solo recital by RISHI BANERJEE and Students of SURANGON School of Music Date & Time: Saturday 24 June, 6.00pm Venue: Peter Barkworth Theatre, Stockport College, Wellington Road South, Stockport SK1 3UQ Admission: £15/£10 (£5 for children under 16) Contact: 0161 485... Read More »

The Festival of ChristEvent Date: 03/12/2016

The Festival of Christ
Surangon is delighted to announce its new production, "Festival of Christ" or Christo Utsav on Saturday 3rd December from 6.00 p.m. at the Methodist Church, Ramilies Avenue, Cheadle Hulme, SK8 7AL. There is free parking and refreshments will be on sale. Rabindranath Tagore introduced this celebration in Santiniketan and it is still observed by the students of the Vishwa Bharati University today. Surangon will celebrate the spirit of Christmas performing songs composed by Tagore along with traditional Christmas Carols. We also invite you... Read More »

10th anniversary celebrations of MokshaEvent Date: 09/04/2016

10th anniversary celebrations of Moksha
We are delighted to announce that we begin the 10th anniversary celebrations of Moksha on Saturday 9th April, 600 pm at Peter Barkworth Theatre, Stockport College, Wellington Road South, Stockport , SK1 3UQ. c Surangon School of Music will be presenting Timeless Tales of Tagore. Conceived and written by Rishi, it is a unique journey through Rabindranath Tagore's plays interspersed with some songs. In the second half, we are proud to present one of the most popular and leading voices of Tagore... Read More »

Vishwa Bangla Sammelan in NagpurEvent Date: 26/06/2015

Vishwa Bangla Sammelan in Nagpur
Rishi was invited from the UK to present Rabindrasangeet at the Vishwa Bangla Sammelan in Nagpur. In a first of its kind event, the city organised a World Bengali Convention from June 26 to 28 at Deshpande hall to promote the rich and glorious heritage and also to preserve the Bengali culture. The three-day event saw 70 Bengali and non-Bengali artists give presentation in art, literature, poetry, music and dance. Read More »