- Dhrupad (Hindustani)
- Kirtan (Bengali Folk)
- Tappa (Hindustani)
- Scottish Folk/ Waltz
- Kheyal (Hindustani)
Performance on 8th January 2011, IIT Kharagpur
- MIRAJUR RAHMAN
- ROHAN DASGUPTA
- SHRUTI NAHA SEN
Lead Vocalist and research on Tagore's songs
Shruti has been learning music ever since she has learnt to speak. A resident of Santiketan, she is blessed to have been taught initially under Mohordi or the legendary Kanika Bandopadhyay. After shifting base to Kolkata, Shruti completed her masters from Rabindra Bharati and is now a celebrated performer in the realms of Rabindrasangeet. Currently under the tutelage of Pramita Mullick, Shruti has several albums and prestigious concerts to her credit.
Shruti is the lead voice for Ravi Sudha and has helped in the selection, research and exploration of the songs.
- HARDIKA DAYALANI
- ARINDAM CHAKRAVARTY
- MOLOY DEY
- RAJDEEP BANERJEE
- DORCILIO SOBRAL, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Fondly called Hadesh and a very dear friend of Mirajur since the times of Uttarayan (refer previous post), Dorcilio Sobral is a Founder / Director of one of the reputed international organizations (Centro Infantil e Filosófico Sadhana) working in favor of needy and destitute people. A therapist with a penchant for fine arts, Hadesh has a deep love and reverence for Indian art and culture. Initially trained in Bharathanatyam in France, Hadesh is currently learning Odissi. Hadesh keeps travelling to India to learn the spiritual elements of Odissi in order to use them as therapeutic treatment for the children he works with.
Hadesh is a big cudgel of support for the entire group and has himself coined the term “Sahaj Padma” for the young initiative. Hadesh brings to the table, the humble appreciation, patronage and encouragement which is essential for sustaining the project Ravi Sudha.
- Glimpses of the excellence performed ...