Performances

 

LIVE PERFORMANCES 

February 3, 2020: Samia and her Guru, Padma Shri Vidushi Sumitra Guha offered Bhakti music (Bhajans) of Tulsidas, Kabir, Meera and praise of the Surya Bhagwan.

Event: The Surya Mahotsav – a three day international performing arts festival in the vicinity of the ancient Surya Mandir.
Sponsored by: The District Administration, Aurangabad, Bihar, India.

              Performance at vicinity of the Surya Mandir (top). Bottom picture from the left: Aniruddha Mukherji (tabla); Samia’s Guru Vidushi Sumitra Guha (Solo Vocal); Samia (Solo Vocal); Nabendu Chakraborty (Keyboard)

Performance at vicinity of the Surya Mandir (top left). Top right picture, from the left: Aniruddha Mukherji (tabla); Samia’s Guru Vidushi Sumitra Guha (Solo Vocal); Samia (Solo Vocal); Nabendu Chakraborty (Keyboard)

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January 2, 2020Samia presented a solo Hindustani classical raga & Bhakti-inspired music performance of Khayal, Nazrul Sangeet, Bhajan, Sufi, Kirtan and Baul of Bengal. The multifaceted Bhakti (devotional) expressions for the divine powers, nature and fellow human beings highlighted the age-old syncretic history of South Asia, which is a confluence of faiths, cultures, languages and ethnicity.

Event: A three day international conference, January 1-3, 2020, at the Kerala Assembly. Venue: The State Legislative Assembly Complex, Tiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
Solo Performance at the Kerala Lok Sabha. From the left: Aniruddha Mukherji (tabla); Samia (Solo Vocal); Deborshee Mukherji (keyboard)
http://www.uniindia.com/kerala-cm-to-inaugurate-conference-on-the-2nd-day-of-lok-kerala-sabha/south/news/1840358.html

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December 23, 2019: Samia and her Guru, Padma Shri Vidushi Sumitra Guha’s Bhakti offering included Khayal and Bhajans from Tulsidas, Kabir and Meera. 

Presented by: The Tirupati-Tirumala Devasthanam organized “Nadaneeranjarnam Series”.
Venue:  In front of the Venkteshwara Temple, Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh.
The full recording of the program on the Sri Venkateshwara Bhakti TV Channel (SVBC). The program begins from the 10th minute of the running time.
https://www.facebook.com/svbcttdofficial/videos/1083941971937396/
Performance in front of the Venkateshwara Temple, Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh, India. From the left: Ankit Kaul (Harmonium); Suman Chatterjee (tabla); Samia’s Guru, Padma Shri Vidushi Sumitra Guha (Solo Vocal); Samia (Solo Vocal & tanpura); Ruby Chatterjee & Madhavi Guha (chorus)

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February 21, 2019: A Bhakti offering of Khayal and Bhajans by Samia with her Guru, Padma Shri Vidushi Sumitra Guha.

Event: Classical Music Series at the Kumbh Mela 2019 organized by SPIC MACAY
Venue: The Kumbh Mela, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Full-length video of the program: https://youtu.be/wZKl3zSefAg

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February 16 & 17, 2019: A 2-day Festival titled “Meera: An Embodiment of Devotion and Women’s Strength”.

Venue: YMCA Auditorium, J. C. Bose University, Faridabad, India.
Presented by: The Sumadhur Hansadhwani Trust

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December 13, 2018: The International Gita Mahotsav. Samia offered devotional music with her Guru, Padmashri Vidushi Sumitra Guha.

Venue: Brahma Sarovar, Kurukshetra, Haryana, India.

                         

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June 17, 2017: Samia’s one hour performance was a confluence of many sentiments. It began with a khayal in Puriya Dhanesree, a dusk raga, that paid homage to the conclusion of a day of fasting in an ongoing month of Ramadan, followed by compositions from the Rebel Poet Kazi Nazrul and Lalon Shah which transcend boundaries.

Event: A 2-day International Conference on “Education Towards Sustainable Development: Lessons from the Kerala Model”. It was jointly organized by the Kerala Government, UNICEF and the Institute of Social Sciences.
Venue: The India International Center, New Delhi, India.

                    

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April 4, 2015 & February 16, 2017: In joint collaboration with the American Cultural Center, two solo Hindustani Classical music performances in the series: SHAAJHER DHWONI: An Evening of Ragas – Khayals, Bhajans, Sufi, Nazrul and Lalon compositions.

Venue: Edward M. Kennedy Center. Midas Centre Building (9th Floor); House no. 5, Road 16 (Old Road 27), Dhanmondi, Dhaka – 1209, Bangladesh.

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February 4, 2017, 6pm: An evening of Hindustani Classical Music.

Event: “Swar Lehar” Baithak series.  A Sumadhur Hansadhwani Trust and Lok Kala Manch Presentation. 
Venue: Vasuki Auditorium, Lok Kala Manch, 20 Lodi Road, New Delhi, India.

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May 21 & 22, 2016: The performance was a confluence of Hindustani Classical Vocal by Samia and Persian Classical Instrumental music by Rana Shieh (music instrument: Kamanche) and tabla by Debu Nayak.

Event: A 2-day International Conference titled “Intellectuality & Spirituality in the Islamic Tradition: A Prelude to the Perennial Philosophy.
Venue: Jack Morton Auditorium. The George Washington University, Washington DC, 20052, USA.

Watch video ⇒ https://youtu.be/Eq5MAFWUENs

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November 21 & 22, 2015:  A world premier of “Sita Gentle Warrior”, a global classical music and dance drama. This production of music, dance and spoken words is a re-telling of the story of Sita, daughter of Mother Earth, canonized as the ideal woman, one who represents the timeless quest of women to be free of socially imposed gender discrimination and oppression. Derived from the epic Ramayana, the story offers a fresh perspective to this character that resonates with both men and women across time and culture.

The production was a collaboration of international artists. 
  • Samia performed and recorded 10 playback vocal compositions
  • Artistic Direction, Kuchipudi Dance Choreography, and Story Narration: Nilimma Devi & Anila Kumari
  • The participating Dance companies: the Indian Classical Devi Dance Theater; the Santi Budaya Indonesian Performing Arts; the Somapa Thai Dance Company
Venue:  Dance Place, Washington DC, NE, USA

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October 5, 2014, 2:30pm:  In celebration of the Silk Road route, the 3rd Annual Washington Performing Arts Fall Arts Fair.

Sponsored by:  The Washington Performing Arts (WPAS). 
Venue:  THEARC (Town Hall Education and Arts and Recreation Campus). 1900 Mississippi Ave. SE, Washinton DC, USA.

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September 21, 2014 (Sunday), 1:30 pm: A multi-media music and visual art presentation titled “Meditation”.

Event: In conjunction with the Asian Arts & Culture Center’s visual arts exhibition, “Meditation”, this was a solo presentation by Samia Mahbub Ahmad on music and meditation.
Venue: The Asian Arts Gallery, Asian Arts & Culture Center, Towson University, Maryland, USA. http://www.towson.edu/asianarts/
Video clip ⇒ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r36ZZyFrTYk

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May 31, 2014 (Saturday), 6 pm: A Hindustani Classical recital.

Sponsored by: The Association for India’s Development at the Johns Hopkins University. http://www.aidjhu.org/
Venue: The Glass Pavilion,  Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Program announcement: https://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/India-clubs/messages/69500402/

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March 8, 2014: The Annual Concert of the Bengali Performing Arts, Glasgow, Scotland. Samia performed a Hindustani Classical music performance with her daughter, Irum Tasneem Ahmad.

The Glasgow Performing Arts ⇒ www.bengaliperformingarts.co.uk

May 11, 2013, 6:30pm: A Hindustani Classical performance at the Indira Gandhi Cultural Center, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Concert announcement ⇒ https://www.thedailystar.net/news/dr-samia-mahbub-to-perform-at-igcc-today

October 10, 2012:  Global Music Performance Series.

Venue: The Music Room, The Strathmore Mansion. Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
Concert announcement https://dcist.com/story/12/10/10/this-week-in-jazz-211/

July 1. 2010: As Maryland Traditions Master Artist,  Samia was invited to present a Hindustani Classical Solo performance at the Annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival. This year’s theme: ”Asian Pacific Americans: Local Lives, Global Ties”.

Venue:The Smithsonian Institute, the National Mall, Washington DC, USA
Watch video (Credit: Voice of America, Bangla Service, Washington DC)  https://youtu.be/lzqMsM16kQo

THREE PERFORMANCES AT THE ATLAS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, Washington DC, USA.

February 23, 2013, Saturday, 4-5 pm: Samia presented a duet (jugalbandi) of Vocal and Sarod with Soumya Chakraborty, an intersection of vocal and instrumental.

Event: ATLAS INTERSECTIONS FESTIVAL, Feb 22 – Mar 9, 2013.
Venue: Sprenger Theater, Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington DC, NE, USA
Program Announcement: https://wamu.org/story/13/02/22/art_beat_with_lauren_landau_feb_22_2013/

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March 4, 2012, Sunday, 2-3pm:  Samia performed an inter-generational world fusion program with her daughter, Irum (violin) and son, Abraar (clarinet). 

Event: The INTERSECTIONS: A New America Arts Festival, Feb 23 – Mar 11, 2012. The goal of the festival was to celebrate crossing boundaries of language, genres, generations, race and ethnicity.  
Venue: Lang Theater,  Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington DC, NE, USA

From the left – Abraar Ahmad (clarinet); Monir Hossain (tabla); Samia (vocal & harmonium); Irum Ahmad (violin & tanpura

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November 12, 2007: Solo playback vocal performance by Samia to accompany dance performance by Tehreema Mitha.

Event: Three solo dance performances by Tehreema Mitha, Nejla Catkin and Gesel Mason.
Venue: Lang Theater,  Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington DC, NE, USA
The Tehreema Mitha Dance Company website: http://www.tmdancecompany.org/performances.htm

THREE PERFORMANCES AT THE JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY, HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA, USA: 2007, 2008 & 2009:

September 21, 2007 (International Day of Peace): Samia offered Mahatma Gandhi’s favorite bhajans (devotional compositions), the Ram Dhun & Vaishnava Janato. This was at the Mahatma Gandhi Global Non-Violence Award Ceremony in honor of Arch Bishop, Rev. Desmond Tutu, recipient of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize.

Venue: Convocation Center, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Watch video https://youtu.be/NsESBRd3G4M

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October 2, 2008 (International Day of Nonviolence and the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi):  Samia presented Mahatma Gandhi’s favorite bhajans “Vaishnava Janato”, the Ram Dhun, Meera Bhajan and song compositions of Rebel Poet of Bengal, Kazi Nazrul Islam.

Event: Gandhi Statue Dedication and Unveiling Ceremony by the President of James Madison University  and Indian High Commissioner to the USA. The statue was a gift from the Government of India to the James Madison University Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA.
Venue: James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Watch video ⇒ https://youtu.be/Pwd4sly7n8c
E-news article https://www.jmu.edu/news/2008/09/30-gandhi-statue.shtml

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September 21, 2009. (International Day of Peace): Samia presented Mahatma Gandhi’s favorite bhajans “Vaishnava Janato”, the Ram Dhun and a Nazrul composition “Toruno Premik” which celebrates equality among and respect for all human beings.

Event: Mahatma Gandhi Global Non-Violence Award Ceremony for Nobel laureate President Jimmy Carter and Mrs. Rosalynn Carter. 
Venue: Convocation Center, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia.
E-news article https://www.arabamerica.com/former-president-carter-discusses-peace-in-the-middle-east-at-james-madison-u/

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LIST of PROGRAMS at the GANDHI MEMORIAL CENTER, Bethesda, Maryland, USA. 

June 15, 2019: A Guru-Shishya Parampara offering of Hindustani Classical Vocal music by Samia and her Guru, Vidushi Padma Shri Sumitra Guha.

Presented by: The  Gandhi Memorial Center, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
Venue: The Golden Lotus Temple, Gandhi Memorial Center, Bethesda, Maryland, USA. http://www.gandhimemorialcenter.org
Watch Video⇒  https://youtu.be/Fv2i9zKFM5M

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October 2, 2012: Samia presented Mahatma Gandhi’s favorite bhajans “Vaishnava Janato”, the Ram Dhun and a Nazrul composition “Toruno Premik” which celebrates equality among and respect for all human beings.

Event: Celebration of the 143rd Gandhi Jayanti ( Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi).
Venue: The Golden Lotus Temple, Gandhi Memorial Center, Bethesda, Maryland, USA http://www.gandhimemorialcenter.org
Watch video https://youtu.be/PpgwmSP6Ong

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December 8, 2009: A joint presentation of Hindustani Classical music with Srimati Karuna, Director of the Gandhi Memorial Center for retired individuals aged 75 and above.

Event: Celebration of the 143rd Gandhi Jayanti ( Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi).
Venue: Bedford Court,  Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.

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February 18, 2008: Introducing Hindustani Classical Vocal music to a non Southasian audience.

Event: A Performance for the Women’s Committee of the Washington DC Performing Arts Society.
Venue: The Gandhi Memorial Center, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

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November 8, 2007: Samia’s selected songs reflected the various manifestations  of the “Landscapes of Bengal” depicted in visual artist Nasima Khan’s artwork. The music reflected seasonal cycles, Monsoon, Spring and Summer and how these are integral to those whose lives – through joy and loss – are inextricably intertwined with nature.

Event: A multi-media presentation titled “An Interpretation of the Visual Art through Music” for the members of the National Society of Arts and Letters (http://www.nsalwashington.org/)
Venue: The Gandhi Memorial Center, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

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April 28, 2007: Solo Hindustani Classical vocal performance.

Venue: The Golden Lotus Temple, the Gandhi Memorial Center, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.

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March 22, 2007: A solo performance of bhajans & Nazrul compositions.

Event: A presentation titled “The Islam/West Divide and India’s Role: Hints from the Mahatma”, by Rajmohan Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi.
Venue: The Golden Lotus Temple, the Gandhi Memorial Center, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
About the event  http://www.rediff.com///news/2007/may/03gandhi.htm

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LIST of PROGRAMS CELEBRATING ICONIC POETS & COMPOSERS of SOUTH ASIA, INCLUDING PERFORMANCES at VARIOUS EMBASSIES & CONSULATES.

September 15 & 16, 2018:  In celebration of the iconic work of the Rebel Poet of Bengal, Kazi Nazrul Islam, Samia. along with artists from all over the world gathered to perform his creative work at the 17th North America Nazrul Convention. 

Co-sponsored by:  DROOPED & the Bangladesh Association of America Inc.
Venue:  Northern Virginia Community College Art Center, Annadale Virginia, USA.

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May 7, 2017: A solo performance at fundraising concert organized by Hridoybeena.

Theme: Celebration of the birth anniversaries of Nobel Laureatte Rabindranath Tagore & Rebel Poet of Bengal Kazi Nazrul Islam. 
Venue: Nannie J. Lee Recreation Center, Virginia, USA

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May 24, 2014: A solo performance in celebration of the 115th Birth Anniversary of the Rebel Poet of Bengal Kazi Nazrul Islam. 

Organized by: Ruma Bhowmik.
Venue:  Northern Virginia Community College Art Center, Annadale Virginia, USA.

    

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May 25, 2008:  A solo performance at the 11th North America Nazrul Conference.

Organized by: The Bangladesh Association of America, Inc. (BAAI), Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia.
Venue: Universities of Shady Grove, Rockville, Maryland, USA.

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November 4, 2006:  A solo presentation of Classical and Nazrul compositions.

Event: In celebration of the iconic work of eminent poets and composers of Bengal – Kazi Nazrul Islam, Rabindranath Tagore, Atulprasad, and Rajanikanta Sen and how each genre has been inspired and informed by Indian Classical music. 
Organized by: Kahlar 
Venue: Residence of Husain & Karuna Choudhury. Potomac Falls, Virginia, USA.

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September, 2004: A solo Bangla music performance by Samia to celebrate the diversity of the creative work of the Rebel Poet of Bengal Kazi Nazrul Islam. The concert was attended by high level politicians, officials of the Government of India and representatives of various embassies.

Hosted by: The High Commissioner of Bangladesh to India, His Excellency Hemayetuddin Ahmed and Begum Zeenat Jahan
Venue: Bangladesh High Commission, New Delhi India

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February, 1998: Samia presented a solo Hindustani Classical, Bhakti, Sufi and Folk music performance. The concert was attended by high level politicians, officials of the Government of South Africa and representatives of various embassies.

Hosted by: The High Commissioner of Bangladesh to South Africa,  His Excellency Tariq Karim and Mrs. Naghma Karim.
Venue: The residence of the Bangladesh High Commissioner, Pretoria, South Africa

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September, 1997: Samia was one of three solo performers of Hindustani Classical Vocal and Instrumental music.

Event: An afternoon concert series.
Venue: The Indian Consulate Office, Johannesburg, South Africa.

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THREE PERFORMANCES at the ANNUAL WASHINGTON FOLK FESTIVAL, Glen Echo Park, Maryland, USA. The festival is produced by the FOLKLORE SOCIETY of GREATER WASHINGTON in cooperation with the Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture, the National Park Service, Montgomery County, Maryland, and WAMU 88.5 FM. https://fsgw.org/washingtonfolkfestival

June 4, 2011: A Hindustani Classical performance for a predominantly non-Southasian audience.

At: The 31st Annual Washington Folk Festival.
Venue: The Glen Echo Park, Cabin John, Maryland, USA.

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June 2, 2012: A Hindustani Classical performance for a predominantly non-Southasian audience.

At: The 32nd Annual Washington Folk Festival.
Venue: The Glen Echo Park, Cabin John, Maryland, USA.

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June 2, 2013: A Hindustani Classical performance for a predominantly non-Southasian audience.

At: The 33rd Annual Washington Folk Festival.
Venue: The Glen Echo Park, Cabin John, Maryland, USA.

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TWO PERFORMANCES at CREATIVE ALLIANCE at the PATTERSON, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

June 10, 2010: As recipients of the Master/Apprentice Grant Award of the Maryland State Arts Council, Samia (Maryland Master) and her daughter, Irum (Apprentice) were invited to perform a vocal-violin duet in the Hindustani Classical genre. 

Event: The Maryland Traditions Master/Apprentice Showcase.

      

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June 18, 2011: A Hindustani Classical Solo Music Performance in recognition of this genre as part of Maryland Traditions of the Maryland State Arts Council.

Event: The 10th anniversary celebration of the Maryland Traditions at the Maryland Traditions Folklife Festival.
Produced by:  The Maryland Sate Arts Council  (http://www.msac.org)

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TWO PERFORMANCES organized by the ARTS & HUMANITIES COUNCIL of MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Maryland, USA.

September 26, 2009: As a selected artist of the Artists and Scholars Roster for Community Programs of the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Samia was invited for a Solo Nazrul Sangeet and Devotional music performance.

Event: The Magical Montgomery Festival. 
Organized by:  The Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County (AHCMC), Maryland, USA.
Location: Silver Spring, Maryland.

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April 24, 2010: A performance organized by the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County’s Montgomery Traditions program at the first ever Amnesty International Human Rights Art Festival.

Venue:  McGinty’s Public House, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.

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TWO FUND-RAISING PERFORMANCES organized by SAMHATI (http://www.samhati.org/). a USA-based non-profit Bangladeshi women’s organization to support projects to improve the social and economic conditions of women and children in Bangladesh.

October 3, 2009: A Solo Nazrul Sangeet performance highlighting Women’s Empowerment & Struggles.

Venue: Potomac Community Center, Potomac, Maryland, USA.

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October 20, 2012: A Solo Nazrul Sangeet performance highlighting Women’s Empowerment & Struggles.

Venue: The Embassy of Bangladesh, Washington D.C., USA

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July 13-15, 2012: Samia presented Hindustani Classical music and Nazrul Sangeet at  Banglamela, an international festival which presented artists from USA, Canada, Bangladesh and India. A Rahul Group presentation.

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February 12, 2011: In celebration of Saraswati Puja, Samia performed in a live ensemble for a classical dance presentation by Radha Dutta.

Sponsored by: Sanskrit
Venue: Quince Orchard High School, Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA
Right: Radha Dutta, left: Sangeeta Menon; Middle: Samia 

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November 13, 2010: A Solo Performance of Hindustani Classical & raga-based song compositions.

Event: A Fundraiser Gala Night sponsored by the Dhaka University Alumni Association (Washington DC, Maryland, & Virginia)
Location: Laurel, Maryland, USA.

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February 23, 2008: A solo Hindustani (North Indian) Classical Vocal Music performance.

Event: A Hindustani and Carnatic Music and Dance concert organized by The University of Virginia Hindu Student Council for the East West Foundation of India – a charitable and educational foundation for health care, child welfare, and child education.
Location: The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA.

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November 16, 2007: A Solo Devotional and Folk music performance by Samia on the theme of  “Spirit of Unity Underlying Cultural, Ethnic, Religious and Lingual Diversity in South Asia”.

Event: A two-day conference, titled “India and the US: Common Challenges and Opportunities,” 
Organized by: The Office of International Programs India Working Group.
 Co-sponsored by: The College of Agriculture and Natural Resource, the Center for International Business and Research (CIBER), and the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, The University of Maryland, College Park, USA.

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April 22, 2007: A rare US-based classical music concert series that exclusively highlights morning and early afternoon ragas. Samia was one of the three solo performers and presented Raga Alahiya Vilaval, an early afternoon raga.

Event: The Fourteenth Annual Sangeet Prabhat.
Location:  West Friendship, Maryland

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October 17, 2006:  A concert held in recognition of “India Day and UN International Day for the Eradication of Poverty”.

Organized by: International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group. Washington DC, USA.

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August 5, 2006:  A solo Hindustani Classical and Semi-Classical performance.  

Venue:  Omni Performing Studio, Dhaka Bangladesh
About the event ⇒ http://archive.thedailystar.net/2006/08/07/d608071404126.htm

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May 4, 2004: A solo Bangla music of various styles – raga-based, sufi, bhakti, kirtan, folk –  performance in celebration of the Bangla New Year. 

Hosted at: The residence of  Inji Islam and Salman Zaheer.
Venue: 12-A Golf Links, New Delhi, India.

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April 15, 2006: A solo Hindustani Classical & Bangla music of various styles – raga-based, sufi, bhakti, kirtan, folk –  performance in celebration of the Bangla New Year.

Hosted at: The residence of Jahangir and Shamima Khan. Lutherville, Maryland, USA.

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December 3, 2005: “Music for the Soul” – a Hindustani Classical music concert.

Hosted at: The residence of Karuna and Husain Choudhury. Potomac Falls, Virginia, USA

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August 5, 2013: A Hindustani Classical lecture-demonstration at the School of Architecture, BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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