Nazrul Mancha

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Nazrul Mancha is an auditorium in Kolkata, India. Noted for the Dover Lane Music Conference, the open-air theatre becomes the centre of attention for music lovers when it becomes the venue for the Dover Lane Music Conference in January each year. For four consecutive nights music lovers are treated to musical performances.

The birth of Dover Lane Music Conference at Nazrul Mancha dates back to 1952. It started as a gathering of a few music enthusiasts in the bylanes of South Calcutta and has now become a famous musical event in India.

In 2012, the Finnish band Poets of the Fall graced the stage of Nazul Mancha during its Temple of Thought tour in India.[1]

References

  • Dover Lane Music Conference at Nazrul Mancha found in webindia123.com
  • Official website of Dover Lane Music Conference
  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-08-20. Retrieved 2014-01-12.

External links

  • Description of Nazrul Mancha
  • Reference to programme schedule at Nazrul Mancha, Dover Lane
  • Nazrul Mancha in Wikimapia
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