Subrata is an M.A in Percussion music from Rabindra Bhararti University, Kolkata. He is an ´A´ grade artist of All Radio & TV. He has been playing all over in India and abroad in many prestigious concerts and conferences and festivals successfully. Subrata has played almost in all the major music conferences in Kolkata and played in many other prestigious music conferences in different parts of India. Subrata has toured successfully in U.S.A, U.K and many European countries like Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, Holland and many Middle East countries Like Kuwait, Dubai and in Martinique in Caribbean Island.He had also represented govt. of India to perform different international music festival in Mexico, Canada, Iraq and Jordon organized by I.C.C.R. He has to his credit several audio cds releasing from different companies which are available in the market. Subrata led a team of vocalist and Kathak dancer and a Sitar player to represent Hinduism through North Indian classical music in of one of most prestigious International festivals called ´MUSICASACRA´ and in south of Germany and Eigenarten Festival, Germany.
Subrata Manna a most sought for Tabla player of this generation received his initial training from Late Sri Sunil Bhattacharya of Benaras gharana at an early age of eight. Later he became a prime disciple of Tabla wizard Pandit Shankar Ghosh. Simultaneously Subrata started learning Karnatik tala system from acclaimed Mridngam maestro Pandit S.Sekhar.
Guru late Sri Sunil Bhattacharya was a fine Tabla player of Benaras Gharana.He had produced many good student too.
All time great Tabla maestro Pt.Shankar Ghosh was a great performer,composer, guru of world of Indian classical music.
Pt. S.Sekhar is one of the eminent Mridangam maestro of our country. He has played all the major conferences in India & abroad.
Subrata was felicitated in a concert in Kuwait by one of the dignitaries of Kuwait Govt.
Subrata was greeted by the high official of the Kaufbeuren city, Germany in an international festival called MOD festival where he led a group of musicians and dancer to represent Hinduism through Indian classical music and dance.
Addressing the audience in a special concert only for the sponsors of an international festival.