Amjad Ali Khan is one of the undisputed masters of the music world. Since giving his first performance at the age of six, he has played for audiences worldwide, bringing a new and yet timeless interpretation to the repertoire, whilst being widely credited with reinventing the technique of playing the sarod.
Over the course of a distinguished career spanning more than six decades, Amjad Ali Khan has won numerous accolades including a Grammy nomination, the Crystal Award by the World Economic Forum, UNICEF’s National Ambassadorship and the Fukuoka Cultural grand prize.
Forming a trio with him tonight are his sons, Amaan Ali Bangash and Ayaan Ali Bangash. Along with their father they are Gold Medal Winners at the Global Music Awards for their outstanding contribution to the global music industry and excellence in the classical music sphere. This honour was bestowed on the trailblazing trio in recognition of their Peace Worshipers album which was released in July 2017 by Affetto Records.
The sarod like the guitar belongs to a common family of stringed musical instruments. The trio strive to preserve the essence of its traditions and bring their own unique artistic journeys (which have seen them collaborate with The Allman Brothers and Evelyn Glennie) to their performances.
Duration: 90 minutes, no interval
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