young people – Michael Dorf http://michaeldorf.org/ Sun, 17 Apr 2022 23:42:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://michaeldorf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/default1.png young people – Michael Dorf http://michaeldorf.org/ 32 32 Canadian performer Jewelle Blackman stars in Broadway musical ‘Hadestown’ https://michaeldorf.org/canadian-performer-jewelle-blackman-stars-in-broadway-musical-hadestown/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 13:01:21 +0000 https://michaeldorf.org/canadian-performer-jewelle-blackman-stars-in-broadway-musical-hadestown/ Actor and musician Jewelle Blackman will star as Persephone in the Broadway musical ‘Hadestown’ after being involved with the show since its out-of-town tryout at Edmonton’s Citadel Theater in 2017. “Thrilled, elated, ecstatic are just a few of the words I would use to describe my feelings,” Blackman told The Star by phone from New […]]]>

Actor and musician Jewelle Blackman will star as Persephone in the Broadway musical ‘Hadestown’ after being involved with the show since its out-of-town tryout at Edmonton’s Citadel Theater in 2017.

“Thrilled, elated, ecstatic are just a few of the words I would use to describe my feelings,” Blackman told The Star by phone from New York of his first Broadway starring role.

“Hadestown”, created by Anaïs Mitchell and Rachel Chavkin, weaves together the classic myths of Orpheus and Eurydice and Hades and Persephone and draws its musical roots from jazz and blues, folk and pop of the New Orleans. It opened on Broadway in April 2019 and won eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

Blackman has been Persephone’s stunt double since the show returned from COVID-19 hiatus last September; she reprized the role on April 5.

The character is the wife of Hades, king of the underworld, and is also the goddess of spring. She and her husband made a deal in which she spends six months a year underground and six months on Earth.

“There are so many layers to her,” Blackman said of the character. “She goes through so much to stay sane while she’s underground. She drinks, she’s an alcoholic… but when she comes to life and she’s above the ground, you see the beauty, you see the joy. I play the highest highs and the lowest lows in a character. It’s incredible.”

Originally from Toronto, Blackman has had a busy career as a performer for Canadian theaters including the Stratford Festival, Mirvish Productions and the Young People’s Theatre, as well as film and television.

She didn’t necessarily think work would take her away from Toronto when she first got wind of “Hadestown.”

In the summer of 2017, “I was on my phone scrolling,” she said, “and I came to the Citadel website, and I was like, ‘oh, this is interesting – what is this show? “The audition called for performers to sing and accompany themselves on a musical instrument, a challenge for which Blackman was well prepared: She trained from the age of eight on the classical violin at the Royal Conservatory of Music and studied music and film at Queen’s University.

For the show’s broadcast in Edmonton, she was chosen as one of three destinies, which function as a kind of Greek choir, each playing a different musical instrument.

“It was a very short run, but I knew this show was going to go a long way,” she said. “The storytelling was so poignant. The way it was told visually, musically, sonically, it was just unlike anything else I had seen.

She was invited to join the Broadway production as one of the Fates, but asked if she could switch to the accordion “to match the type of voice with the instrument” – her singing voice is naturally low . “I thought they were joking at first,” she said, “but music director Liam (Robinson) said to me, ‘You’re a great musician. I know you can learn.’

During the 18-month pandemic hiatus, Blackman returned to Toronto to spend time with her 11-year-old son and to work on her own musical theater projects with the Musical Stage Company and Bad Hats Theatre.

While excited about these developing shows, her focus now is to see where “Hadestown” takes her.

“I think life is going to be a little different now than I thought,” Blackman said.

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Find out how Anupam Diwakar became a successful Indian musical artist. https://michaeldorf.org/find-out-how-anupam-diwakar-became-a-successful-indian-musical-artist/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 03:32:36 +0000 https://michaeldorf.org/find-out-how-anupam-diwakar-became-a-successful-indian-musical-artist/ Anupam Diwakar Anupam Anand Diwakar (Hindi: अनुपम आनंद दिवाकर) is an Indian lyricist, music maker, rapper and business visionary from Bhagalpur, Bihar, India and is known for establishing AAD RECORDSS, a music record label which is known in northern India. State. There is a line in one of his own viral Instagram posts “Logon ka […]]]>
Anupam Diwakar

Anupam Anand Diwakar (Hindi: अनुपम आनंद दिवाकर) is an Indian lyricist, music maker, rapper and business visionary from Bhagalpur, Bihar, India and is known for establishing AAD RECORDSS, a music record label which is known in northern India. State.

There is a line in one of his own viral Instagram posts “Logon ka kya hai… Sawaal abdominal muscle bhi poochhte hain, Sawaal tab hello poochhenge. Mujhe bas unka sawaal badalna hai. Ye Poori Kahani…” Kyu kar rhe ho ” se lekar “Kaise kiya” tak ki hai. Said line is not exceptionally fundamental but yet significant for someone like Anupam Anand Diwakar who guarantees himself like this, after investing a ton of energy being unmotivated, always had a strong confidence to dominate.His fulfillment as a lyricist, arranger, music maker and rapper is his own hard work.

There are many difficulties in everyone’s life except that they should not be accepted as excuses, they are like energy sponsors and learning experiences. Being a smaller child and coming from an unimaginative family, he was continually held in check when he decided to get into music. People are regularly hurt by such situations, but he acknowledged that each element was a test. And there you want to break the chains and fly high. This stage of someone’s life could also break them down and make them subordinate throughout their life, but those who never surrender are the true artisans. Anupam Anand Diwakar gave up his obstructions and became well known. A huge number of people currently fantasize about being like him and is an inspiration to some mature craftsmen and businessmen. There aren’t many things in someone’s daily life that seem exceptionally extravagant like when we see young people influencing the world. However, when we see the battle in their life, it breaks us to understand the aggravation, they went through this small stage but would not surrender. Anupam Anand Diwakar had a decent amount of difficulty in his daily life at this point, he remains here today smiling obediently at people who tried to place stones in his path.

As Anupam is a professional lyricist, he also creates and raps. Anupam got her first break with her single named “Baalike” and her next single is “DDLJ Ki Tarah”. Another tune which is after creation and prepared to deliver written and formed by Anupam himself and sung by Prateeksha Shrivastava. Anupam Anand Diwakar said that after three tunes, his focus is on tunes that convey different tones and his band makes an honest effort to extract the sound that suits the developing musical culture in India and the teenager.

He delivered three free tracks as a lyricist-arranger rapper on his own record name AAD RECORDSS. Each of them naturally garnered a large amount of views, which should be a major support for them. Currently, he is busy with his next independent track named “Goodness Nirmohi”, “Har Waqt Mujhe Tu Yaad Aaaye”, “Saaya” “Mera Naam Ho” and some others. “In the pandemic, when less movies are being made and more movies are streaming on OTT, so the standalone music situation is extremely bright. He broke the border of Bollywood”, explains the author.

Lately our Prime Minister said he is Vocal for Local so why not congratulate people who have been in this phrase for some time in the past who have done their best to do an Atmanirbhar Bharat. We show respect to Mr. Anupam Anand Diwakar and people like him who constantly work some time before the Prime Minister says so. Today’s world really likes to seek out fun through online entertainment scenes like YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook as opposed to TV and radio. This IT upheaval has created an expanse of open doors for new specialists, presently they can make their crowd just by shifting their work to these web-based entertainment and brand advertisers to create a particular situation for their image by building the right system using the correct advanced stage and face.

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Congress manifesto promises 20 lakh jobs and loans for UP youth https://michaeldorf.org/congress-manifesto-promises-20-lakh-jobs-and-loans-for-up-youth/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 15:02:17 +0000 https://michaeldorf.org/congress-manifesto-promises-20-lakh-jobs-and-loans-for-up-youth/ New Delhi, January 21 Congress released a manifesto for the youth of Uttar Pradesh on Friday and said communal and caste politics have only benefited a group of state leaders. The party proposed to create a new political culture in the state focusing on livelihood issues. The manifesto promises include the creation of about two […]]]>

New Delhi, January 21

Congress released a manifesto for the youth of Uttar Pradesh on Friday and said communal and caste politics have only benefited a group of state leaders. The party proposed to create a new political culture in the state focusing on livelihood issues. The manifesto promises include the creation of about two million jobs and efforts to promote industries and agriculture in the state. While releasing the manifesto, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that around 16 lakh youths have lost their jobs in Uttar Pradesh over the past five years. He said the BJP promised to create two million jobs in a year, but instead handed over all the country’s wealth to a few businessmen. “This election is an election to secure the future of youth,” he said.

AICC Secretary General Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said the manifesto reflected the aspirations of seven million young people in the state. She said none of the exams for government jobs were held in a regular and transparent manner. Education, too, according to her, is in a very pathetic state.

“A new vision is needed”

Rahul Gandhi said Congress is convinced that India needs a new vision. “The vision proposed by the BJP in 2014 has completely failed and is turning our demographic dividend into a demographic disaster. So India needs a new vision moving forward and that is something most young people would agree with. Even the BJP people, if you ask them, will also say that something has gone very wrong. The vision that was committed failed,” he said. He said that the young people of UP understand very well that the last 20-25 years have really brought them nothing. “The UP used to lead the country on jobs, in fact the UP was the center of resistance to the British. UP was behind the constitution, where these very ambitious ideas came from, and so this is a step towards providing a vision for the country. And we understand that has to start in UP,” he added. Priyanka Gandhi did not rule out the possibility of post-election rapprochements and said that if such circumstances arise, Congress would be ready to consider it. Responding to a question, she agreed she was the face of the Congress campaign but declined to reveal whether she was the party’s chief ministerial candidate.

Promise of enhanced support

The manifesto also offers interest-free loans of up to ₹5 lakh to young entrepreneurs. He says the “One Product, One District” policy will be relaxed to provide support to different clusters within the same district. “All industries that have more than 100 units will be declared a cluster. Uttar Pradesh industries will be revived by promoting traditional clusters and creating new ones. Each cluster will receive credit, marketing, skills and technology and will receive targeted infrastructural support, such as improved electricity and water supply, and sewage to attract more private investment,” says the manifest.

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Ronnie Scott Musical Instrument Amnesty 2022 https://michaeldorf.org/ronnie-scott-musical-instrument-amnesty-2022/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 11:40:51 +0000 https://michaeldorf.org/ronnie-scott-musical-instrument-amnesty-2022/ Maybe you tried to learn the keyboard during quarantine and have since given up. Or maybe your child really doesn’t want to play the flute. If you have unused or unwanted musical instruments lying around your house that could be put to better use, here’s your chance to donate them to a good cause… Photo: […]]]>

Maybe you tried to learn the keyboard during quarantine and have since given up. Or maybe your child really doesn’t want to play the flute. If you have unused or unwanted musical instruments lying around your house that could be put to better use, here’s your chance to donate them to a good cause…

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Iconic Soho jazz venue Ronnie Scott’s is calling on Londoners to donate all abandoned, forgotten and unused musical instruments to the club’s Musical Instrument Amnesty.

The amnesty will take place on Saturday 22nd January at the site and the donated instruments will go to school-aged children, in the UK or overseas, who have limited access to music education.

This year, Ronnie ScottThe Charitable Foundation of has partnered with charities Music For All and Sistema England to ensure donated instruments find the best new homes and contribute to music education in communities around the world.

Instruments don’t have to be the latest, high-end, or in pristine condition.

As long as the instrument is functional – even if it’s missing a few strings or needs a little love one way or another – and easily transportable (no pianos or organs), all instruments are welcome, from plastic recorders to violins and state instruments. state-of-the-art mixer.

Instruments are given a tracking number so donors can follow the journey of their maracas or tambourines to see for themselves where in the world they will find their second life.

The 2019 Musical Instrument Amnesty saw over 300 donations pledged to new homes. Among the lucky recipients was London-based music charity World Heart Beat Music Academy, which provides music lessons and personal development opportunities for children and young people.

Croydon-based Play for Progress, which provides accessible arts, games and therapy opportunities, has also received donations from Amnesty.

Over the years, Amnesty has hosted several prominent donors. Grammy and Brit Award winner Sam Smith donated a white violin from his 2015 UK performance of ‘Lay Me Down’.

Her violin traveled from London to the Harrogate Brigantes Rotary Club with other donations which were then sent to the MusicArt Society, a charity in Nepal that teaches underprivileged children to play donated instruments.

British multi-instrumentalist Nithin Sawhney donated a guitar, Neil Cowley donated a violin to the roll call, and two specially commissioned trumpets were made courtesy of two-time Edison Prize winner and American trumpeter Christian Scott.

Drop by Firth Street between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. to drop off your stock, grab a cup of tea or a glass of bubbly, possibly spot a celebrity or two, and learn more about the impact of your donation.

To express your interest in making a donation, send an e-mail to ada@Ronniescotts.co.uk.

When: Saturday, January 22
Time: 10am-3pm
Address: 47 Frith Street, Soho W1D 4HT
Contact: ada@Ronniescotts.co.uk
Website: Ronniescotts.co.uk



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Performer Bhagyesh Hendre’s take on success in the music industry https://michaeldorf.org/performer-bhagyesh-hendres-take-on-success-in-the-music-industry/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 09:07:32 +0000 https://michaeldorf.org/performer-bhagyesh-hendres-take-on-success-in-the-music-industry/ They say success comes naturally to those with talent, but only a few know the hardships behind it and one of those personalities is Bhagyesh Hendre. At the age of 22, he passed several milestones and today he is an outstanding performer, singer and incredible lyricist. Starting his career 7 years ago, Bhagyesh did everything […]]]>

They say success comes naturally to those with talent, but only a few know the hardships behind it and one of those personalities is Bhagyesh Hendre. At the age of 22, he passed several milestones and today he is an outstanding performer, singer and incredible lyricist.

Starting his career 7 years ago, Bhagyesh did everything that improved his skills. From performing on the streets to free concerts in restaurants, he has done it all.

Inspired by the amazing singers Armaan Malik, Amit Trivedi and also Sonu Nigam who is one of the most renowned music stars we have, Bhagyesh has worked his fingers to the core to make sure success does not stay out of his reach.

Not being from an influential family has its drawbacks, but it gets worse when they don’t support you in your dreams. Speaking more about it, the singer said, “My parents always wanted me to focus on my studies and pursue music as a hobby. However, I couldn’t do it because music is the only something I can connect with. It’s taken 7 years of constant struggle to get to where I am and I’m immensely proud of that.” Today, he has struck a big blow in the music industry with his talent and has inspired everyone, especially young people.

Built from the ground up, his brand of music Soch Music India is an emerging brand. Bhagyesh works tirelessly to ensure this becomes one of the best music companies in the industry. Not only that, but Bhagyesh also wants to open an academy for people who want to learn but face financial problems. While telling us about his upcoming plans, he said, “I don’t want people’s financial problems to come in the way of their dreams. So I want to improve the skills of those who want to make a career in music. he industry is harder than it looks, but we promise that we will support them and continue to help them until they achieve their goals.”

Thanks to the age of social media, the younger generation is aware of what a successful life looks like when your passion becomes your profession. Bhagyesh Hendre is always working diligently to be on top and we are sure that his passion will take him to the heights of success.

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Ronnie Scott is organizing an amnesty for musical instruments this month https://michaeldorf.org/ronnie-scott-is-organizing-an-amnesty-for-musical-instruments-this-month/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 13:52:00 +0000 https://michaeldorf.org/ronnie-scott-is-organizing-an-amnesty-for-musical-instruments-this-month/ On Saturday, January 22, Ronnie Scott’s will host a Musical Instrument Amnesty Day, bringing together the city’s unused musical instruments. All the instruments – from plastic recorders to violins and state-of-the-art mixing boards – will be donated to school-aged children in the UK and overseas, enabling music education among communities around the world. This year […]]]>

On Saturday, January 22, Ronnie Scott’s will host a Musical Instrument Amnesty Day, bringing together the city’s unused musical instruments. All the instruments – from plastic recorders to violins and state-of-the-art mixing boards – will be donated to school-aged children in the UK and overseas, enabling music education among communities around the world.

This year the Ronnie Scott’s Charitable Foundation has teamed up with charities Music For All and Sistema England to ensure instruments donated under this year’s Musical Instrument Amnesty find the best new homes across the Kingdom. -United.

The iconic Frith Street venue will open between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for the public to drop by and donate. Along with a cup of tea or a glass of bubbly, donors will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with stars and celebrities who have graced the Ronnie’s scene over the years, while learning more about the project and the impact their donation will have. All instruments are given a tracking number so donors can follow their instrument’s journey and see firsthand where in the world it will find its second life.

The 2019 Musical Instrument Amnesty was a huge success with over 300 donations pledged to new homes. Among the lucky recipients was London-based music charity World Heart Beat Music Academy, which provides music lessons and personal development opportunities for children and young people. Croydon-based Play for Progress, which works to build a world where societies ensure equal access to the use of arts, play and therapies in safe spaces, has also received donations from Amnesty . All donations will help a new generation of budding young stars who may one day grace Ronnie’s stage!

Over the years, the Ronnie Scott Musical Instrument Amnesty has welcomed several high-profile donors. Grammy and Brit Award winner Sam Smith donated a white violin from his iconic 2015 UK performance ‘Lay Me Down’ – the violin traveled from London to Harrogate Brigantes Rotary Club with d other donations which were then forwarded to the MusicArt Society, a charity in Nepal that teaches underprivileged children to play donated instruments. British multi-instrumentalist Nithin Sawhney donated a guitar, Neil Cowley a violin, and two specially commissioned trumpets were made courtesy of two-time Edison Prize winner and American trumpeter Christian Scott.

In partnership with Music For All and Julian Lloyd Webber’s charity, Sistema England, all instruments will be verified and distributed to children whose access to music education has been compromised due to their social circumstances and/or their geographical location. Ultimately, the project aims to transform the lives of young people and communities through the power of music creation, a belief shared by Music For All, Sistema England and Ronnie Scott’s Charitable Foundation, which organized the amnesty.

As part of Ronnie Scott’s Charitable Foundation initiatives for 2022, the club will also help collect and repair broken or forgotten instruments, bringing them back to life and sharing them with the next generation of budding musicians. Projects for 2022 include workshops at Ronnie Scott’s, based on the successful Big Band in a Day program in which schoolchildren are invited to Ronnie’s to work alongside world-class musicians to form their own band. Ronnie’s encourages all genres of music for the program, including pop, hip-hop, RnB, blues and soul, ensuring our rehearsal space is accessible to young musicians from all walks of life.

Ada Ologbosere, Head of Ronnie Scott’s Charitable Foundation, says of the 2022 Musical Instrument Amnesty: “What a wonderful opportunity for us to come together in the name of charity. It’s a great incentive – we’ve supported many young musicians over the years, and we’re thrilled to be able to bring back the Musical Instrument Amnesty for 2022. I look forward to meeting the members and other guests on January 22.’

Music For All says of the 2022 Musical Instrument Amnesty: “We are delighted to be working with the Ronnie Scott Charitable Foundation on this year’s Instrument Amnesty. The charity Music for All believes passionately in the power of music to change lives and works to create lasting impact for disadvantaged people and communities across the UK. We look forward to finding new homes for the instruments of amnesty, enabling and inspiring generations of musicians to come.

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to get involved. Donors can express interest viaa??ada@ronniescotts.co.uka??, then head to the legendary club on Frith Street on January 22 to make a donation.

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Soumya Ranjan Chakra, a successful music artist in the entertainment industry https://michaeldorf.org/soumya-ranjan-chakra-a-successful-music-artist-in-the-entertainment-industry/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 07:00:23 +0000 https://michaeldorf.org/soumya-ranjan-chakra-a-successful-music-artist-in-the-entertainment-industry/ Social networks have proven to be beneficial for many young people. He has helped many skilled and independent artists present their work to the rest of the world. Soumya Ranjan Chakra, an 18-year-old musician, is one such artist who has made a name for himself in the music industry. The talented musician, affectionately known as […]]]>


Social networks have proven to be beneficial for many young people. He has helped many skilled and independent artists present their work to the rest of the world. Soumya Ranjan Chakra, an 18-year-old musician, is one such artist who has made a name for himself in the music industry. The talented musician, affectionately known as Soumya Ranjan Chakra, has become a fan favorite.

Soumya Ranjan Chakra’s debut single “Ranjha LOFI” was a big hit. The song became an Instagram music sensation after its release, and people started following Soumya Ranjan Chakra to find out more about her work. When it comes to his enthusiasm for art, Soumya Ranjan Chakra has been a fan of music since he was in school.

Soumya Ranjan Chakra wants to continue making great music after the success of her first song. The brilliant young man composes a new music album while studying engineering at Odisha. He is now preparing to release his new music album in the near future. He intends to release the music album on popular music platforms once it is completed. The musician also plans to create and upload clips to his YouTube channel.

With his incredible work, the dedicated young man is already setting an example. Soumya Ranjan Chakra is the founder of a digital agency that offers a variety of digital services. He has achieved a perfect balance between school, business and music. Soumya Ranjan Chakra has previously worked with a number of Instagram influencers. He aspires to collaborate with famous musicians in the future and continue to make music that will make people smile.

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Do you have an unused musical instrument? Here’s how to donate it via Ronnie Scott https://michaeldorf.org/do-you-have-an-unused-musical-instrument-heres-how-to-donate-it-via-ronnie-scott/ Tue, 14 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://michaeldorf.org/do-you-have-an-unused-musical-instrument-heres-how-to-donate-it-via-ronnie-scott/ M@ Do you have an unused musical instrument? Here’s how to donate it via Ronnie Scott Do you have a worn horn or an outdated saxophone? Is your dusty guitar a waste of bass? Donate your unused musical instruments to this amnesty. Legendary jazz club Ronnie Scott’s wants your instruments. Not for themselves, but to […]]]>

Do you have an unused musical instrument? Here’s how to donate it via Ronnie Scott

Do you have a worn horn or an outdated saxophone? Is your dusty guitar a waste of bass? Donate your unused musical instruments to this amnesty.

Legendary jazz club Ronnie Scott’s wants your instruments. Not for themselves, but to pass on to budding young musicians who might find it hard to buy theirs – literally scot

All you have to do is bring your favorite instrument(s) to Ronnie Scott on January 22 (between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.). They look for just about any instrument, from electronic keyboards to guitars, and even gongs. They’re also looking for useful kit items like microphones, stands, and effects pedals.

Instruments in good condition or requiring only minor repairs are preferred, but you can also bring equipment that requires more difficult restoration (Paul Simonon, take note).

The club will use charities such as Sistema England to redistribute the instruments to children who would get the most out of them. Nina Kaye from the charity said: “There are children all over the country who want to learn to play an instrument but cannot afford to buy one – and there are thousands of instruments that take dust in cupboards and on shelves that need to be played. It’s initiatives like this that will bring music to many more young people and put instruments to their proper use.

Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, 47 Frith Street, Soho, W1D 4HT. Amnesty Instrument on January 22, 10am-3pm

Last updated December 14, 2021

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KM Rasheduzzaman Rafi is a talented young Bangladeshi singer and musical artist https://michaeldorf.org/km-rasheduzzaman-rafi-is-a-talented-young-bangladeshi-singer-and-musical-artist/ Fri, 12 Nov 2021 09:30:10 +0000 https://michaeldorf.org/km-rasheduzzaman-rafi-is-a-talented-young-bangladeshi-singer-and-musical-artist/ We all know that KM Rasheduzzaman Rafi is a Bangladeshi singer and musical artist. The musician was born on August 11, 2000 in Feni upazila of Chittagong District in Chittagong Division. Rasheduzzaman has been very interested in music since he was a child. At the age of 18, he gained the support of his family […]]]>


We all know that KM Rasheduzzaman Rafi is a Bangladeshi singer and musical artist. The musician was born on August 11, 2000 in Feni upazila of Chittagong District in Chittagong Division. Rasheduzzaman has been very interested in music since he was a child. At the age of 18, he gained the support of his family and joined a music group. After learning about music from there, Rasheduzzaman started a music group in his own name. Currently, KM Rasheduzzaman Rafi is available on YouTube, Amazon, Apple Music, Spotify and various music platforms. Thanks to which Rasheduzzaman gained great popularity.

KM Rasheduzzaman Rafi (born August 11, 2000 in Feni, Chittagong, Bangladesh) is a Bangladeshi musician, artist, entrepreneur, influencer and web developer.

KM Rasheduzzaman Rafi is 21 years old now. This young musician graduated from Chittagong High School. Later he was admitted to Chittagong Government College and currently he is studying at Chittagong Government College.

KM Rasheduzzaman Rafi started blogging at the age of 14, learned various blogging strategies and tactics, and became a successful blogger and digital marketing expert. KM Rasheduzzaman Rafi learned about music. And KM Rasheduzzaman Rafi has released his songs on various music platforms including Facebook, YouTube, Spotify Apple Music, Amazon Music, Jio Saavn. YouTube, Spotify, Jio Saavan gives Rasheduzzaman a verified artist badge.

Rasheduzzaman tells us: “Today almost every country in the world is affected by the Corona epidemic. In such a situation, it is not possible for me to work outside the home. So I write songs at home and work for my digital marketing company. And my songs are on almost every music platform. KM Rasheduzzaman Rafi believes that everyone can thrive using social media platforms, but young people shouldn’t stop learning and improving their skills every day. Rasheduzzaman is once again setting a good example for those who want a career in digital marketing and social media. Rasheduzzaman tells us that “it doesn’t take any degree to be a digital marketer if you have intellectual thinking and research”

Rasheduzzaman is very popular for his music. He won the hearts of many listeners with his songs. Rasheduzzaman is successful today for those who support Rasheduzzaman. Some of her songs include “The Hope, Live With You, Deep Sounds, Freaky Chost, Super Fire, Fly High Eyes, Next Lola, I Iove You, You Remember, I love My Friends”.


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J & K’s Srinagar youth revives the old musical instrument ‘Rabab’ https://michaeldorf.org/j-ks-srinagar-youth-revives-the-old-musical-instrument-rabab/ https://michaeldorf.org/j-ks-srinagar-youth-revives-the-old-musical-instrument-rabab/#respond Sat, 06 Nov 2021 18:46:00 +0000 https://michaeldorf.org/j-ks-srinagar-youth-revives-the-old-musical-instrument-rabab/ Adnan Manzoor, 21, is a boy from the Bemina area of ​​Srinagar (J&K) and is an artist who set out to discover an ancient musical instrument called “Rabab”. Rabab is one of the oldest musical instruments in Kashmir, and it is believed to have been invented in Afghanistan and later brought to Indian Kashmir. It […]]]>


Adnan Manzoor, 21, is a boy from the Bemina area of ​​Srinagar (J&K) and is an artist who set out to discover an ancient musical instrument called “Rabab”.

Rabab is one of the oldest musical instruments in Kashmir, and it is believed to have been invented in Afghanistan and later brought to Indian Kashmir. It is generally used to produce all types of music in Kashmir.

Adnan Manzoor, a 21-year-old boy from the Bemina region of Srinagar, is one of those artists who decided to revive the old instrument of the Rabab valley, making it more accessible to young people through platforms of digital media.

Speaking to Republic Media Network, Adnan said, “I am an engineering student at the University of Kashmir, I started to learn the art of playing the instrument from famous musician Irfan Bilal at age 15 years old.

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With the constant unrest in the valley, Kashmiri music and its performers have been declining for many decades now. Music albums and songs haven’t been released in years. People who practiced music as a full-time profession were on the verge of giving up, and some even did. Yet there is now a glimmer of hope, as a young boy, despite everything, takes small steps to save and revive what is lost.

He also added that he has participated in several concerts and live music events across the country. He also worked with musician Himesh Reshammiya and is currently working on a new project with Zee Music.

Adnan says playing the Rabab brings peace and serenity to his soul.

“The rabab is the nicest instrument. People love it. It is part of the traditional music of the valley,” Adnan told Republic Media Network.

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“I think that over time things change, as does the trend of music in our valley. People are now interested in learning music and instruments. Many young people are already making it their profession.” , did he declare.

Sharing his knowledge about Rabab, Adnan said that the three main chains of Rabab and the body are made up of goat’s intestine and skin.

“It means that the instrument carries someone’s soul, which is why it is called Rabab,” he said.

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He added that Rabab is used in Bollywood these days, although it hasn’t been in the past.

“I hope I can one day make Rabab known to the whole world. I will continue my work with more dedication and hard work, which will certainly lead to success,” Adnan concluded.

Story by: Arawat Mehraj

Image: Republic of the World


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