Noted Tagore singer Aditi Mohsin's new solo album "Momo Rupe Beshe" featuring songs from Tagore's plays was recently released. Artist Hashem Khan inaugurated the album as chief guest at Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts, Dhanmondi in the city. Abul Khair Litu, chairperson and founder of Bengal Foundation and Luva Nahid Chowdhury, director general of Bengal Foundation were also present at the album launch.
Aditi, who is often considered a gifted voice in this genre, has lent her voice to some hit Rabindra Sangeet of Tagore's plays in the album.
The album features a total of 10 numbers - "Na Bujhe Kare Tumi Basale", "Gaan Guli Mor Shoibaler Dal", "Se Din Dujane Dulechhino Bone", "Jete Jete Ekla Pathe", "O Chand, Chokher Jole Laglo", "Ogo Deko Na Morey Dekona", "Aamar Ange Ange Ke Bajaye", "Sokale Phuralo Swapan", "O Je Mane Naa Mana" and 'Kichhute Holona".
Born in Dhaka, Adity received initial training in music at the Bulbul Academy of Fine Arts in Dhaka. In 1992, she won the ICCR Scholarship and went to pursue her music training at the Visva Bharati University in Shantiniketan. There, Mohsin trained under legendary exponents of Rabindra Sangeet like Kanika Bandopadhyay, Nilima Sen, Gora Sarbadhikari, Swastika Mukherkee, Mohan Singh, Arupratan Banerjee etc. Adity subsequently completed her Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Music from the Visva Bharati University with First Class Honours.
Adity thereafter worked as a senior teacher with Chhayanaut till the year 2000. Bengal Foundation has released four solo albums of Adity in Bangladesh and HMV, Sa Re Ga Ma, have released three of her other solo musical albums.
Adity won the title of "Anyanna Shirsho Dosh" (title bestowed on top 10 women of Bangladesh every year) in 2004 for music as also the Citycell-Channel i Music awards in 2006 for being the best Rabindra Sangeet singer.
The singer has travelled widely to countries like the USA, UK, Canada, U.A.E, China, Indonesia and India for performances. She is a regular artiste in radio and television channels of Bangladesh and India.
Aditi, through her distinctive style of singing, earned name and fame at home and abroad as a popular Tagore singer. He is popular both in Bangladesh and India. The artiste has been working as a senior teacher at Chhayanaut since 2000.