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Don't miss out on a real treat and something out of the norm to kick off our Summer programme… we are lucky to host Ashlesha Shintre who will be discussing singing in the style of Dhrupad, the oldest of all the Indian music streams. This will be followed by a short talk and demonstration of Tagore’s adaptation of this type of ancient music by Anuradha Roma Pal Choudhury.Find out more »
On Saturday 4 August at 2.30pm, we are delighted to announce that Professor Indra Nath Choudhuri will be talking at The Tagore Centre UK on: The conflict between the other Asia and the New Asia: Rabindranath Tagore, Liang Qichao andKakuzo (Tenshin) Okakura and the Politics of Friendship and a love story.Find out more »
Join us at our annual fundraising Garden Party and meet other members, friends and families for one of the best fundraising days in The Tagore Centre UK's calendar!Find out more »
Friends you do not want to miss this treat. We are very lucky to have the renowned Jayeeta Ghosh and students from her Geetanjali Academy of Fine Arts, performing songs in a variety of styles, including Rabindrasangeet and Hindustani Classical. The performance will start at 1.30pm, is free and is something you do not want to miss!Find out more »
Are you only the Poet of the twenty-fifth Baishak The Tagore Centre UK’s celebration dedicated to those who do, and those who don’t, have a set of Rabindrarachanabali on their bookshelves. There are two days in the calendar in which the global Bengali community celebrates Rabindranath Tagore the most, his birthday (25 Baishak or 7 May) and the day of his death (22 Sraban or 8 August). Any other time, celebrating Tagore tends to be an atypical public event during…Find out more »