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Know about Hindustani Vocal artist Aurosish Pani

Aurosish Pani (born, 30th September 1989) is a prolific Hindustani Classical Vocalist and Trainer at "Gurukul Geetanjali". He is also a classical singer & playback singer in Odia film Industry.
Know about prolific Hindustani Vocal artist Auroshish Pani
Know about prolific Hindustani Vocal artist Aurosish Pani

Early life

Born to Hindustani Classical Vocal Maestro Pandit Dr Chittaranjan Pani and Poet Smt. Krishnapriya Pani on 30th September 1989 in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Born in a musical family, Music came naturally to Aurosish as his father-cum-Guru, Pandit Dr Chittaranjan Pani, who belongs to 'Gwalior Gharana', has always been constantly guiding him since his childhood days. Aurosish has also been blessed with guidance from many maestros of the Indian Classical field such as Pandit Dr Damodar Hota, Pandit Dr Chitta Ranjan Jyotishi and Padmashree Pandit Balwant Rai Bhatt.

Career

Aurosish did his Sangeet Visharad from Akhil Bharatiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya Mandal, Mumbai and is currently pursuing Master’s Degree in Hindustani Vocal from Tecnia University, Delhi. He has a Bachelor Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Gandhi Institute for Technological Advancement (GITA) under Biju Patnaik University (BPUT), Odisha.

He worked in "Gurukul Geetanjali" as a Hindustani Vocal Trainer. Earlier, Aurosish was working with Infosys for around 5 years as a Senior Software Engineer. Later on, he left the job to pursue a career as a Classical Musician and Teacher and serve music with dedication and perseverance.
Hindustani Vocal artist Aurosish Pani
Hindustani Vocal artist Aurosish Pani

Aurosish is a young artist in Hindustani Vocal Music and is well received by musical connoisseurs since his teenage. He has performed in numerous prestigious stages and conferences which include Odisha Sangeet Natak Akademi, ICCR Odisha Circle, Bhubaneswar Music Circle, Odisha Mining Corporation, "Gurukul Geetanjali", "Aamad", "Evergreen", Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, etc.

He won the tag of "Classical Voice of Bhubaneswar" by winning the competition in senior group and represented Odisha in the National level competition "Classical Voice of India" organized by "Sangeet Milan" (Lucknow) in the year 2017 in which he got special mention and recognition.

Apart from Classical performances, He was in the top 8 of the State level Reality Show "Voice of Odisha" in the year 2011. He was also in top 100 singers of the country in the popular national reality show "Sa re Ga Ma Pa" in the year 2010. He also has given his voice in various songs in Odisha Industry.

Awards & Recognitions

Aurosish's career has been laden with lots of awards and felicitations from various institutions in the state and country.

  • Won "Youth Icon" from Odisha Live media channel in the field of Hindustan classical
  • 2019 - Won the most "Special Performance" in the national level Classical competition organised by "Swaramayee Gurukul"(Dr Prabha Atre Foundation) in the year 2019.
  • 2017 - Won the tag of "Classical Voice of Bhubaneswar" by standing first in senior group and represented Odisha in the National level competition "Classical Voice of India" in the year 2017.
  • 2010 - Won the prestigious award of Lion's Idol in the year 2010.
  • 2011 - One of the top 8 contestants of the local reality show "Voice of Odisha" (Season 1)
  • 2010 - Been among top 100 singers of the country in the national TV reality show "Zee TV Sa re ga ma pa" in the year 2010.
  • 2010 - Also won various competitions like Rotary Club Golden Voice, Infosys Idol, IIT BBSR Alma Fiesta, NIIT Competition, etc.


Workshops & Sociocultural Activities

Aurosish has been working for the cause of spreading more awareness about Indian Classical Music and related topics among various cadres of the society through concerts, demonstrations, workshops, etc. Some of his highly appreciated workshop topics include:

  • Awareness about Classical Music & its overall impact.
  • Music Therapy and Stress-relieving techniques through music.
  • Bollywood and its roots and relationship with Classical Music.
  • "Riyaaz" - Its importance and techniques.
  • Applying Classical singing techniques into playback songs.
  • Applied forms of Classical Music – Bhajans, Ghazals, Thumris, and Sufi songs.


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