Abhijeet to start recording studio for young, needy
Parag Maniar (BOMBAY TIMES; July 20, 2012)
Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya faced quite a few hurdles when he started his musical career, and now that he is an established name, the singer says he is trying to do his bit to support upcoming musical talent. In the same vein, Abhijeet is starting a recording studio giving young musicians access to musical equipment and facilities they may not get elsewhere. The studio will be extremely tech-savvy, and Bhattacharya says he’s giving the endeavour all his attention despite his hectic schedule.
In fact, despite time constraints courtesy several back-to-back concerts around the globe, Abhijeet has been giving all the spare time to chalk out plans for this cause.
He says, “I have recently returned after a hectic two-month touring schedule to finish this project. I want to encourage talent in music and singing, and give them the facilities which I couldn’t get during my initial days. I want to create a recording studio that will aide young talent to record songs for free.”
Not many know that the singer has also started an NGO in his mother’s name, and has donated some musical equipment to a fine art studio too. “This is my way of contributing to the industry that has given so much to me,” he concludes.