Recitation fest endsNazia Nusrat Adnin
A two-day children’s recital festival ended on Saturday, at the auditorium of dance and music department of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy.
The festival was organised by Bangladesh Abbritti Shwamonnoy Parishad with the slogan ‘Mora bondhonhin chintamukto shotodol’, in memory of Wahidul Haque.
A total of 23 troupes performed on the last day of the festival. Among the troupes present were Kathon, Samogeet Sanskriti Prangon, Sharojo Sanskritik Angon, Chandrobindu Shishu Monon Bikash, Banolota Abbritti Charcha Kendra, who participated in the festival from different parts of the country.
Dhaka based group Hridoy Britti Sanskritik Sangho performed ‘Jol porey pata norey’ written by Rabindranath Tagore. Child recitation artists such as Aditi, Prapti, Grace, Arnob, Maliha and others took part in the mesmerising piece. Kalporekha presented Tagore’s famous poem ‘Totakahini’. It was directed by Mir Barkat.
Rhymes of Sukumar Ray always have their own appeal to children. But only Sharojo Sanskritik Angon presented ‘Ukiler Buddhi’ at the festival.
Young artists of Banolata Abbritti Charcha Kendra gave a brilliant performance with ‘Ami hobo shokal belar pakhi’ written by Kazi Nazrul Islam.
Madol featured young recitation artists reciting the poem ‘Chhoray chhoray Bangladesh’ written by Anna-Punam.
Kabita Chakra revived the spirit of youth through the famous poem by Nazrul ‘Chol Chol’.
Besides, famous recitation artists of the country like Akhter Hossain, Alam Talukder, Aslam Sunny, Ahmed Majher, Amrul Islam and Anjir Liton presented their famous rhymes to encourage the children.
The festival concluded in a festive mood, with the presence of children and their guardians.
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