Starts 5pm 

About Anupam Roy

Roy has been writing songs from his childhood. His biggest break was having two of his songs featured in the Bengali film, Autograph (2010) by Srijit Mukherji. Roy wrote and composed Bneche Thakaar Gaan (বেঁচে থাকার গান), sung bRupam Islam and Amake Amar Moto Thakte Dao (আমাকে আমার মত থাকতে দাও), which he sang himself. Roy subsequently debuted as music director for the Bengali movie "Chalo Paltai" (2011). In the same year movies like Baishe Srabon, Rang Milanti released where he continued his work as a music director, lyricist and vocalist. His another film as music director/lyricist/vocalist was Hemlock Society. Apart from film music, Roy has two solo albums. He released "Durbine Chokh Rakhbona", his debut album in 2012 which contains tracks like "Bijli Baati", "Tistaan" and also the original version of "Beche Thakar Gaan". He followed it up with "Dwitiyo Purush" in 2013 with a music video of "Adbhut Mugdhota". As an independent artist, he and his band released his first English single "Second Sex" in May 2013. He has become a sensation after the movie Jaatishwar released in 2014.


Session 1
Dance collage -  By Sreeshti of NJ
Shruti Natak - By Somerset Bengali Association
"Alor Pothojatri" - A collage of music, dance and poetry -By GSPC 
"Kaar Milan Chao Biraohi" - a program of semi classical music, dance and poetry - By GSCA
Speech and Thank You Note - By The President of Kallol Of NJ 

Dinner Break

Post-Dinner Session 2
Neepabithi Ghosh
Anupam Roy

For Soccer lovers - We will stream the World Cup 3rd Place Match ”Live” in HD Theater with Cinema Size Screen - 4 pm.
 

About Neepobithi Ghosh

Neepobithi is versatile, articulate in the language of music, composing her own songs, singing regularly in concerts, accompanying herself on the piano, strumming her Spanish guitar, and creating her particular brand of music magic. Neepabithi completed her Masters in English from Jadavpur University, and only then did she turn her attention completely to music. Coming from a conventional Bengali background, where relatives had always excelled in education or professional jobs, she was the exception, who wanted to sing! Thus, the first few years were rather difficult. Completely new to the field of music, her first body of work were mainly jingles, the basic advantage being, that she could sing Hindi, English, Oriya, Assamese versions of the same Bengali song.