Lopamudra Mitra

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Lopamudra Mitra
OriginKolkata, West Bengal, India
GenresJeebonmukhi , Aadhunik Bengali Songs , Rabindra Sangeet,
Years active1996–present
Associated actsSinger
Websitewww.lopamudramitra.com
Spouse(s)
Joy Sarkar (m. 2001)

Lopamudra Mitra is an Indian singer of Rabindra Sangeet, modern Bengali songs and Folk songs.

She has been married to Kolkata-based Bengali music director/composer and well known guitarist Joy Sarkar since 2001.

Early life[edit]

Mitra studied from gatiga Basanti Devi college, kolkata a university of Calcutta affiliated college.

Discography[edit]

Modern songs Albums

  • Annya Hawa (1996)
  • Annya Hawar Annya Gaan (1999)
  • Sankota Dulcchey (1999)
  • Bhalobashtey Bolo (2000)
  • Dakchey Akash (2001)
  • Kobita Theke Gaan (2002)
  • Ei Abelay (2003)
  • E Ghar Tokhon (2003)
  • Pran Khola Gaan (2003)
  • Jhor Hote Pari (2004)
  • Ek Tukro Road (2005)
  • Emono Hoy (2006)
  • Chhata Dhoro[1] (2007)
  • Po e Pora Fo e Fail (2008)
  • Gaalfuluni Khukumoni (2009)
  • Monfokira (2011)
  • Vande Mataram (2014)

Tagore songs

  • Bisshmoye (Tagore songs)(2004)
  • Kotha Seshe (Tagore songs)
  • O mor Dorodiya (Tagore songs)
  • Mone Rekho (Tagore songs, 2006)[2]
  • Ananda - The Ecstasy (Music arrangement by Joy Sarkar and Durbadal Chatterjee, 2009)
  • Khoma Koro Prabhu (2015)

Basic albums (Collaborative)

  • Notun Ganer Nouka Bawa (1997) (with Kabir Suman)
  • Bhitor Ghorey Bristi (1998) (with Kabir Suman)
  • Ganbela (2004) (with Srikanto Acharya)
  • Surer Doshor (with Srikanto Acharya)
  • Shapmochan (Tagore dance drama - with Srikanto Acharya and others)

Mixed

  • Choto Boro Miley (1996) (Suman, Nachiketa, Anjan, Lopamudra and Indrani Sen)

Awards[edit]

She won many awards for her unique dramatic style of singing, which is fashioned with the classical aid and tenor voice quality.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chakraborty, Saionee (2 October 2007). "Root route". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India.
  2. ^ "Music review Mone Rekho". The Telegraph (Calcutta). Calcutta, India. 4 August 2006. Retrieved 10 October 2012.
  3. ^ "Lopamudra Mitra Website". Archived from the original on 13 July 2011. Retrieved 5 October 2011.

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