Joy Bangla Concert tonight revived the historic 7th March through the screening of color-versioned documentary on Bangabandhu's speech and inspiring audiovisuals (AVs) taken from the speech and the performance of Liberation War songs by leading musical bands.
Renowned musicians opened the show performing a grand orchestra playing Bangladesh's national anthem while thousands of people specially the youths enjoyed the concert with free registration.
"We are arranging the concert for several years on March 7 to inspire the youths of the country with the spirit of Liberation War by using the universal medium of music, culture and arts", said Sabbir Bin Shams, Executive Director of host organization Centre for Research and Information (CRI).
Under the auspicious of CRI, youth organization 'Young Bangla' staged the musical event styled today to inspire the youths through the voice of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's historic March 7 speech.
In the turbulent days of 1971, Sujeo Shyam and his fellow musicians created songs for Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra to give the morale of freedom fighters a boost and keep the hope for an independent Bangladesh alive.
Forty six years after, five of such songs, rarely rendered since 1971, were presented before an audience of new generation in this year's Joy Bangla concert.
With a call to echo the March 7 historic speech of Bangabandhu, leading musical bands presented the essence and spirit of the liberation war through their performance.
Leading bands-- Warfaze, Chircut, Arbovirus, Lalon, Cryptic Fate, Nemesis, Shironamhin and Shunno--- performed at the concert.
To transcend the limit of entertainment, four inspiring Audio Visuals (AVs), --- Pride, Courage, Inspiration and Trust---- on the themes were also screened.
Contents for all the AVs are compiled from moments of the historic March 7 speech of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
Moreover, another key attraction of this edition is the screening of the colored version of March 7 speech.