Past Events

Tagore’s English SojournEvent Date: 05/06/2011

Tagore’s English Sojourn
Moksha performs at the Midlands Arts Centre during an exclusive Tagore Festival organised by SAMPAD. The programme shall follow the journey of Tagore whilst he was in Great Britain around 1912-1913. Vocals: Rishi Banerjee & Sahana Bajpaie Music: Rahul Mukherjee & Dipankar De Sarkar Read More »

Tomai Gaan ShonaboEvent Date: 30/04/2011

Tomai Gaan Shonabo
Moksha has been invited to perform in Glasgow by the Bengali Performing Arts. Rishi will perform a variety of Bengali songs accompanied by Bharatanatyam dancer- Suchismita Ganguly. Recitation: Ballari Banerjee Music: Sujit Mukherjee & Tanmoy Dance: Suchismita Ganguly Read More »

Moksha pays tribute to the legendary Suchitra MitraEvent Date: 27/02/2010

Moksha pays tribute to the legendary Suchitra Mitra
27th February saw London come together and pay homage to the late Suchitra Mitra at Hampstead Town Hall. It was in 1975 that she first performed in the same venue alongside Hemanta Mukhopadhyay. Amongst the many who came to pay tribute were vocalists Paramita Bandyopadhyay, Sahana Bajpaie and direct disciple Susmita Bhattacharya. The second half of the programme was a special composite piece in collaboration with Sangeet Kala Academy- Tobu Mone Rekho featuring Rishi Banerjee, Chiranjib Chakraborty and saxophone sensation... Read More »

‘Ogo Dukho Shukhero Shaathi’- A Friend for LifeEvent Date: 14/02/2009

‘Ogo Dukho Shukhero Shaathi’- A Friend for Life
Exploring the way in which Rabindranath Tagore has influenced an artist’s life. This evening was led by Bisakha Sarker and Rishi Banerjee where they performed pieces from Gitanjali and Chandalika. The evening witnessed a new production to London- a dramatised performance of the poem ‘Pujarini.’ The evening was hosted by Akademi at Nehru Centre, London. Vocalists: Sahana Bajpaie, Rishi Banerjee, Tanusree Guha & Sujoya Ray Dance: Kali Chandrasegaram, Senjuti Das, Bisakha Sarker & Koel Ghosh Music: Sajib Chowdhury & Rathin Banerjee Choreography: Bisakha Sarker Music... Read More »