Ustad Rashid Khan Live In Nepal
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ustad khanUstad Rashid Khan Live In Nepal To widen the sphere of Eastern Classical Music and to support the deprived children for their education, U-Turn Group and Manoj Gautam jointly going to organize a magnificent Musical Waves first time in Nepal titling ‘Ustad Rashid Khan Live in Nepal’ on 2071 Jestha 9 Friday (23 May, 2014).

This program is being organized with the holy cause of rewarding senior classical singers of Nepal with a token of love and cash and providing scholarship to the students of ‘Shushila Art Academy’. In this program some Nepali singers along with Ustad Rashid Khan and his team will perform their aptitudes.

The tem will consist: 1) Pt. Jyoti Goho (Harmonium) 2) Satya Jeet Talbalkar (Tabala) 3) Murad Ali Khan (Sarangi)

Venue: Nepal Academy Hall, Kamaladi, Kathmandu Date: 2071 Jestha 9 Friday (23 May, 2014)

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About Ustad Rashid Khan 

Ustad Rashid Khan is an Indian classical musician in the Hindustani music tradition. He belongs to the Rampur-Sahaswan Gharana, and is the great- grandson of Gharana founder Inayat Hussain Khan. Pandit Bhimsen Joshi said at one point, that Rashid Khan was the “assurance for the future of Indian vocal music”. This Indian maestro singer is awarded by Padma Bhusan, Musical Academy Award including GIMA award and has a number of milestone CDs in his credit. Along with Classical Music, he has set some foot prints in Indian Cinema Music too.

His signature song ‘Aawoge Jab Tum Saajana’ from ‘Jab We Met’ was enough to extend different ‘Red Carpet’ to him. He has contributed in many movies including ‘My Name is Khan’, ‘Mausam’, ‘Issaq’. A notable achievement of Ustad Rashid Khan is the infusion of an emotional content into his melodic elaboration. His vocal prowess is in the best tradition of the Rampur Sahaswan Gharana. His mastery of all aspects tonal variations, dynamics and timbre adjustment leave very little to be desired in the realm of voice culture. Those who do not understand, even they can enjoy the flavor of his velvet voice and control over Ráagá.

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