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Afghanistan & Pakistan folk and classical evening of Music Salar Nader, Homayoun Sakhi, Riffat Sultana & More at Joe's Pub

 
Venue:Joe's Pub
Performer:Afghanistan & Pakistan folk and classical evening of Music Salar Nader, Homayoun Sakhi, Riffat Sultana & More
Start Time:Monday, Jan 12, 7:00 pm
Price:$35
Description:From Event details at joespub.com!:

Salar Nader, of Afghan origin, was in born in Hamburg, Germany. It was in his early months of life when his mother and father noticed his passion for the "tabla" (percussion instrument from North India). No matter where Salar was, he had to bring along his personal tabla set, which his father bought for him when he was 6 months old. At the age of 7 Salar attended his first tabla class in Berkeley, CA. The instructor of the class, Ustad Zakir Hussain, who is now Salar's Guru is a world renowned master of the Tabla. While Salar continued his guidance under legendary tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain, he was rapidly progressing from beginning to advanced levels. Sooner than expected, Salar was making public appearances on nationwide television screens including; "Nowrooz" festival TV, Nima TV and Jaam-e-Jaam TV.

Young and talented Homayoun Sakhi is a composer, vocalist, and musician born into a family steeped in musical tradition. His father Ghulam Sakhi, a notable Rubab nawaz (player) was thought by Ustad (master, teacher) Muhammed Omar, who was also his Aunts husband. Music has been my true love, Sakhi says, and our ustads have been my inspirations. Since the onset of his career Sakhi strived to maintain a link with his heritage by bridging the classical with the new. By learning from the old school masters and contributing to the development of modern styles of Afghan music. Sakhi has struck a chord with old and young alike. He has toured the world with other artists and has compiled six albums thus far, the latest being art of the Rubab by Smithsonian folkways, available at all a1books.com and tower record.


Riffat Sultana is the first woman from her family’s musical lineage to publicly perform in the west She is the daughter of Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, who was universally recognized and acclaimed as the finest Pakistani Classical singer of his time. Riffat’s family represents a 500-year lineage of musicians hailing from the Sham Chaurasi Gharana (school of music). The Ali Khan family are direct descendents of two famed court musicians, Suraj (of the Sun) Khan and Chand (of the Moon) Khan, who performed Morning and Evening Ragas respectively for the artistically devoted Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great.

 

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From Buy Tickets at publictheater.org!:

Afghanistan & Pakistan folk an

Salar Nader, of Afghan origin, was in born in Hamburg, Germany. It was in his early months of life when his mother and father noticed his passion for the "tabla" (percussion instrument from North India). No matter where Salar was, he had to bring along his personal tabla set, which his father bought for him when he was 6 months old. At the age of 7 Salar attended his first tabla class in Berkeley, CA. The instructor of the class, Ustad Zakir Hussain, who is now Salar's Guru is a world renowned master of the Tabla. While Salar continued his guidance under legendary tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain, he was rapidly progressing from beginning to advanced levels. Sooner than expected, Salar was making public appearances on nationwide television screens including; "Nowrooz" festival TV, Nima TV and Jaam-e-Jaam TV.

Young and talented Homayoun Sakhi is a composer, vocalist, and musician born into a family steeped in musical tradition. His father Ghulam Sakhi, a notable Rubab nawaz (player) was thought by Ustad (master, teacher) Muhammed Omar, who was also his Aunts husband. Music has been my true love, Sakhi says, and our ustads have been my inspirations. Since the onset of his career Sakhi strived to maintain a link with his heritage by bridging the classical with the new. By learning from the old school masters and contributing to the development of modern styles of Afghan music. Sakhi has struck a chord with old and young alike. He has toured the world with other artists and has compiled six albums thus far, the latest being art of the Rubab by Smithsonian folkways, available at all a1books.com and tower record.


Riffat Sultana is the first woman from her family's musical lineage to publicly perform in the west She is the daughter of Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, who was universally recognized and acclaimed as the finest Pakistani Classical singer of his time. Riffat's family represents a 500-year lineage of musicians hailing from the Sham Chaurasi Gharana (school of music). The Ali Khan family are direct descendents of two famed court musicians, Suraj (of the Sun) Khan and Chand (of the Moon) Khan, who performed Morning and Evening Ragas respectively for the artistically devoted Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great.

Dawn Elder Management Web Site


More Info at Joe's Pub

Featured Artists

Genres

  • World
  • Pop, Rock
  • Classical, New Music, Opera

Afghanistan & Pakistan folk an

Salar Nader, of Afghan origin, was in born in Hamburg, Germany. It was in his early months of life when his mother and father noticed his passion for the "tabla" (percussion instrument from North India). No matter where Salar was, he had to bring along his personal tabla set, which his father bought for him when he was 6 months old. At the age of 7 Salar attended his first tabla class in Berkeley, CA. The instructor of the class, Ustad Zakir Hussain, who is now Salar's Guru is a world renowned master of the Tabla. While Salar continued his guidance under legendary tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain, he was rapidly progressing from beginning to advanced levels. Sooner than expected, Salar was making public appearances on nationwide television screens including; "Nowrooz" festival TV, Nima TV and Jaam-e-Jaam TV.

Young and talented Homayoun Sakhi is a composer, vocalist, and musician born into a family steeped in musical tradition. His father Ghulam Sakhi, a notable Rubab nawaz (player) was thought by Ustad (master, teacher) Muhammed Omar, who was also his Aunts husband. Music has been my true love, Sakhi says, and our ustads have been my inspirations. Since the onset of his career Sakhi strived to maintain a link with his heritage by bridging the classical with the new. By learning from the old school masters and contributing to the development of modern styles of Afghan music. Sakhi has struck a chord with old and young alike. He has toured the world with other artists and has compiled six albums thus far, the latest being art of the Rubab by Smithsonian folkways, available at all a1books.com and tower record.


Riffat Sultana is the first woman from her family's musical lineage to publicly perform in the west She is the daughter of Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, who was universally recognized and acclaimed as the finest Pakistani Classical singer of his time. Riffat's family represents a 500-year lineage of musicians hailing from the Sham Chaurasi Gharana (school of music). The Ali Khan family are direct descendents of two famed court musicians, Suraj (of the Sun) Khan and Chand (of the Moon) Khan, who performed Morning and Evening Ragas respectively for the artistically devoted Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great.

Dawn Elder Management Web Site


More Info at Joe's Pub

Featured Artists

Genres

  • World
  • Pop, Rock
  • Classical, New Music, Opera

Afghanistan & Pakistan folk an

Salar Nader, of Afghan origin, was in born in Hamburg, Germany. It was in his early months of life when his mother and father noticed his passion for the "tabla" (percussion instrument from North India). No matter where Salar was, he had to bring along his personal tabla set, which his father bought for him when he was 6 months old. At the age of 7 Salar attended his first tabla class in Berkeley, CA. The instructor of the class, Ustad Zakir Hussain, who is now Salar's Guru is a world renowned master of the Tabla. While Salar continued his guidance under legendary tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain, he was rapidly progressing from beginning to advanced levels. Sooner than expected, Salar was making public appearances on nationwide television screens including; "Nowrooz" festival TV, Nima TV and Jaam-e-Jaam TV.

Young and talented Homayoun Sakhi is a composer, vocalist, and musician born into a family steeped in musical tradition. His father Ghulam Sakhi, a notable Rubab nawaz (player) was thought by Ustad (master, teacher) Muhammed Omar, who was also his Aunts husband. Music has been my true love, Sakhi says, and our ustads have been my inspirations. Since the onset of his career Sakhi strived to maintain a link with his heritage by bridging the classical with the new. By learning from the old school masters and contributing to the development of modern styles of Afghan music. Sakhi has struck a chord with old and young alike. He has toured the world with other artists and has compiled six albums thus far, the latest being art of the Rubab by Smithsonian folkways, available at all a1books.com and tower record.


Riffat Sultana is the first woman from her family's musical lineage to publicly perform in the west She is the daughter of Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, who was universally recognized and acclaimed as the finest Pakistani Classical singer of his time. Riffat's family represents a 500-year lineage of musicians hailing from the Sham Chaurasi Gharana (school of music). The Ali Khan family are direct descendents of two famed court musicians, Suraj (of the Sun) Khan and Chand (of the Moon) Khan, who performed Morning and Evening Ragas respectively for the artistically devoted Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great.

Dawn Elder Management Web Site


More Info at Joe's Pub

Featured Artists

Genres

  • World
  • Pop, Rock
  • Classical, New Music, Opera

Afghanistan & Pakistan folk an

Salar Nader, of Afghan origin, was in born in Hamburg, Germany. It was in his early months of life when his mother and father noticed his passion for the "tabla" (percussion instrument from North India). No matter where Salar was, he had to bring along his personal tabla set, which his father bought for him when he was 6 months old. At the age of 7 Salar attended his first tabla class in Berkeley, CA. The instructor of the class, Ustad Zakir Hussain, who is now Salar's Guru is a world renowned master of the Tabla. While Salar continued his guidance under legendary tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain, he was rapidly progressing from beginning to advanced levels. Sooner than expected, Salar was making public appearances on nationwide television screens including; "Nowrooz" festival TV, Nima TV and Jaam-e-Jaam TV.

Young and talented Homayoun Sakhi is a composer, vocalist, and musician born into a family steeped in musical tradition. His father Ghulam Sakhi, a notable Rubab nawaz (player) was thought by Ustad (master, teacher) Muhammed Omar, who was also his Aunts husband. Music has been my true love, Sakhi says, and our ustads have been my inspirations. Since the onset of his career Sakhi strived to maintain a link with his heritage by bridging the classical with the new. By learning from the old school masters and contributing to the development of modern styles of Afghan music. Sakhi has struck a chord with old and young alike. He has toured the world with other artists and has compiled six albums thus far, the latest being art of the Rubab by Smithsonian folkways, available at all a1books.com and tower record.


Riffat Sultana is the first woman from her family's musical lineage to publicly perform in the west She is the daughter of Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, who was universally recognized and acclaimed as the finest Pakistani Classical singer of his time. Riffat's family represents a 500-year lineage of musicians hailing from the Sham Chaurasi Gharana (school of music). The Ali Khan family are direct descendents of two famed court musicians, Suraj (of the Sun) Khan and Chand (of the Moon) Khan, who performed Morning and Evening Ragas respectively for the artistically devoted Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great.

Dawn Elder Management Web Site


More Info at Joe's Pub

Featured Artists

Genres

  • World
  • Pop, Rock
  • Classical, New Music, Opera

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