Music Class at Campbelltown Bangla School
Campbelltown Bangla School will commence Singing Class. Anyone that is interested in joining and learning are invited to participate at weekly classes.
Venue: Grange Public School
8 Binham road, Minto
Day & Time: Sunday, 09:00-10:00
Contact: Nazmul Ahsan Khan, 02-98297478
Where Elbows do the Talking
An Article By: Shahidul Alam, Dhaka
Shahidul Alam is a Bangladeshi photographer and writer.
Ekushe Mela by Bangladesh Awami League, Bangabandhu Parisad Australia -2005
Bangabandhu Parisad Australia, Bangladesh Awami League Australia Celebrated 21st February Ekushe Mela-2005 last Sunday 27-Feb-2005 at the Burwood Girls High School, Sydney. There were many book, food, clothing stalls, both outdoor and indoor cultural function and ekushe discussions . The program was opened by Dr. Abdur Razzaque MP, Secretary - Agriculture and cooperative of Bangladesh Awami League.
state to include Bangla as second language
Al Noman Shamim
Dr. Monjur Hamid & Nasrin Hamid
EKUSHE ACADEMY AUSTRALIA INC.
Gratitude and Australia Day Clean up Appeal
The Passing Away of the Famous Singer, Lyricist, Composer and Language Movement Activist, Abdul Latif
Abdul Latif passed away (inna lilla... rajeun) on Saturday, 26th of February at 2:00 pm, Sydney Time at the age of 82. We pray for his departed soul.
Abdul Latif father of Rabindra
Sangeet shilpi Sirajus Salekin, was born in 1927 in Barishal District. He learnt music from many noted
musicians from India and Bangladesh since he left school. He went to Kolkata to learn
Hindustani Classical music in 1944. He took part in World War II where
he was sent to Burma and came back to Dhaka after 1947.
Abdul Latif joined Radio Pakistan as a performer in
1948 and gradually became a music director. He worked for Radio Bangladesh
till 1974 and later he became the Deputy Director of
Mass Communications Department under Ministry of Information and
Broadcasting. He retired from this job in 1989 and he has been involved
in teaching music since 1948.
Abdul Latif is a renowned performer, lyricist and composer of
Bangladesh. He has composed many folk, modern and patriotic songs which
are still very popular. His songs inspired the nation during our
language movement in 1952 and liberation war in 1971. He received
‘Ekushe Padak’ and 'Shadhinata Padak' – the highest civilian awards for his overall contribution in the cultural field. He also received other awards for his
contribution in the musical arena.
Saturday School of Community Language (SSCL) will commence running Bangla course from 1st term of 2006 for year 7 - 10 students at Dulwich Hill centre of NSW.
Ekushe Academy 21st February Celebration, 2005
Ekushe Academy Celebrated 21st February at Ashfield Park, Sydney. There were many book and food stalls. The program was opened by the Bangladesh High Commissioner, Ashraf-Ud-Doula. The program included the presentation of various cultural organisations, ekushe discussions, a book fair, prize distributions and a raffle draw.
Kolorol will present annual cultural competition Saturday 1st October, 2005 details will be announced soon.
Dr. Monjur Hamid & Nasrin Hamid
Werriwa By-election Labour candidate, Chris Harris will meet with local community.
Venue: Minto Mosque, Minto
Date & Time: March 5, 2005, 11:00 AM
Abdur Rahim Mollah
Bengali Association Of NSW
Proudly presents Srikanto Acharya. Sunday, 17 April 2005 5:30 P.M. Science Theatre University Of NSW. To reserve your Tickets Contact Ashis Bablu/Shampa Bhattacharjee: 02-97507755 (AH) 0403878395(Mob)
Tickets $20, $35, $50, $100.
Rabindra Sangeet By: Sirajus Salekin
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Ekushe Art Competition for Children
The Ekushe Art Competition was held on the 11th February, Friday at Ashfield Community Service Centre. Many kids participated in this competition where they had a chance to display their wonderful talents in art.
Protest Meeting and Demonstration Organised by Bangladesh Jubo and Chatro League in front of the Bangladesh High Commission in Sydney.
Teacher Wanted for Campbelltown Bangla School
Bangla Betar is
a very popular radio station in Sydney among the Bengali community. I
recently visited the studio at Paddington and met the producer and
director of Ruposhi Betar, Mr. Syed Rafiqul Haque (Sagor) and Assistant
Director, Atiqur Rahman. Their program can be heard on the station 89.7
FM at 1-3:00 PM, every Saturday. This program has been broadcasting
regularly for the past two years. In this program, they broadcast
different Bengali and children’s songs, news, dramas and interviews.
Sometimes they broadcast songs sung live by various local artists from
Sydney which gives listeners a different taste in music. So, stay tuned
on 89.7 FM! We wish Ruposhi Betar success in years to come. Photos...
Campbelltown Bangla School Annual Cultural Program
Bangla School will hold its Annual Cultural Program on 8th
May 2005, James Meehan High School
Auditorium at 5.00PM, at Macquarie Fields.
The program will include the
performances of the Bangla School’s students and the
Bangla School Authority
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