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Adity Mohsin
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Mohsin in 2016
Background information
Native name
অদিতি মহসিন
Genres Rabindra Sangeet, modern songs
Occupation(s) Singer, musician, music director
Instruments vocal, harmonium, esraj
Labels Saregama, Bengal Foundation, Prime Music

Adity Mohsin is a Bangladeshi Rabindra Sangeet singer.

Works

In 2003, Mohsin's first album was Amar Mon Cheye Roy. Her second album titled was Sharado Prate (2004). In 2013, she released Barshamukhor Raate Phagun Sameerane. She performs on Bangladesh Television, Bangladesh Betar, NTV, Maasranga Television, SA TV, and Tara Muzik. As a play-back singer, she has sung Rabindra Sangeet for different dramas and serials on various television channels in Bangladesh. She sang in Rabindranath Tagore's Chhinnapatra, a documentary film based on the still photographs of Nawajesh Ahmed.

In 2009, Mohsin performed in Kolkata with Asha Bhosle as one of the Panchakannya, along with Lopamudra Mitra, Subhamita Banerjee and Srabani Sen. In 2016, she performed in the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Albums

Solo albums

Year Name Genre Record label
2003 Amar Mon Cheye Roi Rabindra Sangeet Bengal Foundation
2004 Sharod Prate Rabindra Sangeet Prime Music
2008 Bhalobashi Bhalobashi Rabindra Sangeet Prime Music
2009 Barota Peyechhi Mone Mone Rabindra Sangeet Bengal Foundation
2010 Sokha Tomare Pailey Rabindra Sangeet Bengal Foundation
2011 Emono Dine Tare Bola Jaye Rabindra Sangeet Saregama
2012 Amar Andhar Bhalo Rabindra Sangeet Saregama
2013 Barshamukhor Raate Phagun Sameerane Rabindra Sangeet Bengal Foundation
2014 Momo Rupey Beshe Rabindra Sangeet Bengal Foundation

Mixed albums

  • Jagatey Andayagyae Aamar Nimantrano (2008)
  • Moner Majhe Je Gaan Baje (2010)

Awards and honors

  • Debabrata Smriti Purashkar
  • Anannya Top Ten Awards (2003)
  • Citycell-Channel-i Music Awards for best Rabindra Sangeet singer (2006)
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