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Amia Matin's 3 new Audio CDs released on Dec/Jan 2009/2010
in Bangladesh. A Duet Album with Subir Nandi, and the other two solo albums
tuned by Sheikh Sadi Khan & Basu Deb..
Asa Potho Chahi Realeased Pictures
Born into a family of music lovers in Bangladesh and raised in a musical
atmosphere since her childhood, Amia took a keen interest in singing from a very
early age. Amia attended the 'NAZRUL PARISHAD MUSIC SCHOOL', Kalim Sharafi's
SANGEET BHABAN in Dhaka and completed courses in classical songs and Nazrul
Songs successfully. She took lessons from eminent teachers and artists such as
Enaetullah Khan, Mofiz Uddin, Yakub Ali Khan, Sumon Chowdhury, Barket Ullah and
While living abroad, Amia has performed in various cities in Norway, Germany and
USA. Amia can sing in several languages. Besides her native Bengali, she is also
proficient in Hindi, Norwegian and of course in the English language. Amia has
finished her studies in the USA. Since 1996 she has been living permanently in
Amia's first album 'Jete Jete Kichu Katha', an audio-cassette of modern Bangla
songs of old days, appeared in 1995 from Sangeeta, Dhaka. Two other albums, two
audio-CDs, one of Nazrul songs (Bhorer Kundakali) and the other of modern songs
(Jato Bhabna Chhilo), appeared in December 2002, arranged by Durbadal
Chatopadhuy, recorded at Studio Vibration, Kolkata.
The album "Janina Keno Jey Bhalo Lagey", comprises of songs written by famous
poet Dr. Abu Hena Mustafa Kamal. Alongside the conventional tunes, Anup
Bhuttacharji, Pronob Ghosh, Bappa Mujumder and lyricist's son Sujit Mustafa, the
album appeared in December 2005 from Soundtek, Dhaka.
Amia's latest album of Nazrul Geeti, "Asha-Patho Chahi", was released in
Australia on December 2006 from Muzitek Creations. The CD was arranged and mixed
by Kiran Pradhan and recorded in Sydney.
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