Sanyal is one of the devotees of artistry from his early
childhood. He got the inspiration from his mother to be
affectionate to this art. His enthusiasm and affection
towards Rabindra Sangeet and poetry is influenced by the
contemplation of “Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore”
and the support of his family environment from his childhood.
He started his cultural life as an artist by acting
in plays from his teenage. He first acted in “Dakghar”
composed by Rabindranath Tagore, then “Choto Rabi”
(Childhood of Rabindranath) and many more. He also participated
in various programs in recitation encouraged by his mother.
started practising recitation in 1968 under the mentoring
of the famous reciter late "Niladri Sekhar Basu"
and subsequently from late "Kaji Sabyasachi".
Gradually, he has established himself as a reciter
with pure individualistic approach. He believes that practice
with rapt attention and concentration leads an artist
to establish his artistry. Because, without the power
of perception and conception, there is no exposition of
the art of “Recitation”.
He has performed in various programmes organised by Govt.
of West Bengal among which “Tista Ganga Utsab”
in North Bengal Youth Festival, Rabindra Nazrul Janmotsav
(several times) are worth mentioning. Besides, he has
also been involved in several non-governmental programmes.
He performs from the core of his heart and this also touches
the heart of the people. He recites various poems apart
from the composition of Rabindranath and Kaji Nazrul
Islam. He has always strived to make this art more appealing
to the common listeners.
- He has lent his voice to over 30 cassettes and CDs.
- His first solo album was “Janmabhumi Tomake”.
- Mentionable Cassettes – “Amrai Prithibir
Santan” for the draught stricken Children of Africa
represented by West Bengal Organizing Committee.
- The only reciter in “Satobarshe May Diboser
Gan” – represented by Youth Welfare Society
of West Bengal Govt.
- Recitation of Samiran Sanyal with some of the famous
reciters in the CDs comprising 157 poems of “Gitanjali”
composed by Rabindranath Tagore.
- He was awarded Kazi Sabasachi Award
by Nazrul Academy, Churulia, Burdwan in the year 2004.
- His latest album “Aamar Ami” has been released recently to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Tagore . He recently performed in invitation from Benaras Hindu University and “Dakshini” (Agartala, Tripura)
this way, he has established himself by participating
in different programmes all over the country in his
life of artistry. His reputation in recitation
has made his long journey significant and successful.
He is a founder member of “Bachik Shilpi Sanstha”.
He also has formed his own institution called “SHRABAN”
in the year 2007 for the children and the youth, who work
on eloeution. Today, “SHRABAN” is a well-organized
institution engaged in lots of experiments in the field
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