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Armeen Musa Discusses the Importance of Classical Music


Armeen Musa has just done her graduation in Economics from Nottingham University in England and is studying classical music in Viswa Bharati. Armeen is very talented young woman - she is a singer-songwriter from Bangladesh with rising fame in the Bangladesh music community. Her remake of Radha Raman's "Bhromor Koio" in collaboration with Fuad Al-muqtadir brought her into the spotlight in 2005.With a succession of singles, 2008 saw the release of Armeen's debut album.

Born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Armeen has trained formally under Sujit Mustafa. Armeen's musical journey as a performer started with her cover band Enshrined in 2000, which slowly led to performing originals at various venues in Dhaka. She formed the band Armeen Musa and The Grasshoppers with fellow musicians Adil, Bart and Amit with whom she recorded her debut album. After moving to Nottingham, UK in 2004 she has collaborated with various artists in UK, namely Kishon Khan's "Lokkhi Terra" project, consisting of the world famous Mark Mondesir, Dinesh Pandit, Fazal Qureshi and other reknowned international artists.

Armeen Musa is currently residing in Santiniketon, India studying music at Visva-Bharati. In an exclusive interview with VOA Bangla Service Armeen talks about her interests for music, the need to learn classical music and the encouraging point that new songs should be composed.

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