Somdatta is an interdisciplinary artist who believes in art and creative expression for a cause. She embodies voices of women who are unable to express oppression and trauma inflicted upon them. Through her musical works, she continues to represent repressed voices of women who are unable to express their trauma and sadness brought upon them by society. Her vision through music has also been to create unison in philosophies through collaboration with artists around the world. She firmly believes in the philosophy and works of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore and hopes for a world of equality that is free of oppression.
F E A T U R E D R E V I E W S
"Songs of Tagore by Somdatta is a beautiful album. Her rich voice soars and the instrumentation and arranging is fresh and draws the listener in. Overall very uplifting to the soul!" -- Miss Amy, Grammy Nominee
"The rich, luscious timbre of Somdatta's voice and her rendering of Tobu Mone Rekho bring tears to one's eyes just as her Megh Boleche Jabo Jabo is lyrically so evocative."
--Rita Bhimani, PR veteran
“Thank you Somdatta for the wonderful gift to this world. Being an avid fan of Rabindra Sangeet. I felt deeply with your voice, mood, and vibes of the songs. UTSARGA is very refreshing, a breath of fresh air.”
-- Rupam Sarmah, Composer, Performer & Film Director
"Somdatta has a mellifluous voice and has rendered the songs with the right kind of expression. The arrangement is tastefully done."
-- Prabuddha Banerjee, Music Director
“My sincere appreciation for the sincerity and effort of Somdatta’s rendering in Utsarga”
-- Mamata Shankar, Dancer, Choreographer, Actress, Director
'It was indeed an evening to remember with "The sea thy Ensemble " held enraptured audience in complete captivity. The ambience the aura that was created by the musicians extraordinaire, like in was spellbinding
The rendition of Tagore songs by Somdatta had an ethereal effct. It was time well spent. My congratulations to you for taking joy of Tagore songs beyond the boundary. Sharing Joy doesn't halves it, rather multiplies. Looking forward to more of such." - Audience