A British Bangladeshi vocalist of international repute. born in a family of artists, writers and poets in Bangladesh. Her internationally renowned father, the late Sheikh Luthfor Rahman, was an outstanding composer of music and a scholar in Nazrul songs. He received many national and international awards including “AkushePadak”, the highest national accolade of the Government of Bangladesh for his contribution to music.  Inspired by him, Lucy’s love for the music of Kazi Nazrul Islam developed from a very early age, she is recognised now as one of the brightest lights in the field of “Nazrulsongs”.  As a performer, Lucy has been singing on countless occasions on stage, Radio and TV both in Bangladesh, Britain, New York, Paris, Vienna and Berlin. In Bangladesh Lucy was recognised as an “A” list artist by Bangladesh TV and Radio, and in Britain, she has she performed Nazrul songs for TV and Films that were broadcast by both BBC and Channel 4. She has performed with well known companies including The Grand Union Orchestra in venues such as Saddler’s Wells Theatre, Hackney Empire and Queen Elizabeth Hall. In this regard, she has used works of Nazrul as the mainstay of her vocal music. Recently, she has participated at Edinburgh Festival with Amina Khayyam Dance Co.  Lucy has wored with Amina in all her productions - Laasl Shaari, Yerma, A Thousand Faces and and collaborated with her on Meeting Nazrul - about the life of Nazrul Islam.