Anusheh Anadil

Anusheh Anadil

Anusheh Anadil is the lead vocalist of Bangla, one of the leading bands of Bangladesh. In spite of her training as a child in north Indian classical, she never found interest in music, until she discovered the Bauls of Bangladesh. Since Bangla’s beginning in 1998, she has had enormous success, not only as a vocalist, but her bold attitude and casual appearance has also made her into a role model for many young women across Bangladesh. She has won two awards, The Musical Journalist’s Award (2006), and Annanya’s Sreshtho 10 Nari (Top 10 woman of Bangladesh) 2007, both for raising her voice against religious intolerance through music. Anusheh’s deep vocals has made her a favourite of many great musicians across the globe. She has worked with legends like Jonas Hellborg (Mahavishnu Orchestra). She was featured in Susheela Raman’s ‘Music for Crocodiles’. Anusheh had recorded a song with the band Indian Ocean, of Delhi, for Abhik Mukhopadhay’s film Bhoomi and worked with Pandit Tanmoy Bose, on a project called Baul and Beyond. She continues to learn classical under the guidance of her guruma, Kalpana Bhattacharya.

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