Lucy Rahman
(Bangladesh)
Voice, harmonium

Lucy is a singer of international repute. Born into a family of famous musicians she was trained in semi-classical Indian music in Bangladesh and was awarded “Sursaki” from her music college as the most promising vocalist of her generation. She now lives in Britain and works with various music projects. She is one the lead singers of Grand Union Orchestra. Lucy has performed in countless stage, television and radio shows both in Bangladesh and in the U.K. She is a “grade A” artist of Bangladesh television. As well as her work with the GYO since 1999, she has also performed as a semi-classical singer on her own at various venues in Britain and internationally at a number of well known venues notably in New York, Berlin, Brussels and Paris.

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Lucy Rahman

Latest news

European spectaculars announced

Venues and dates for shows in France, Portugal and the UK concluding our European Union Culture Fund project have been confirmed.

Summer School

Read about Grand Union’s first ever residential Summer School for young musicians.

Undream’d Shores

Following a creative workshop programme at Wilton’s Music Hall, preparations continue for this autumn’s new Hackney Empire spectacular

World Jazz Festival

Great review of On the Edge at Wilton’s Music Hall.

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