Message Charitable Trust (NGO) presents "Sarangi Festival 2015' as a tribute to Sarangi Maestro Ustad Mahmood Khan at The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road > 7pm on 20th & 21st May 2015

Time : 7:00 pm Add to Calendar 20-05-2015 19:00:00 21-05-2015 21:30:00 68 Message Charitable Trust (NGO) presents "Sarangi Festival 2015' as a tribute to Sarangi Maestro Ustad Mahmood Khan Event Page : The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003 DD/MM/YYYY

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Venue : The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003
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Event Description : Message Charitable Trust (NGO) presents "Sarangi Festival 2015' as a tribute to Sarangi Maestro Ustad Mahmood Khan from Kirana Gharana.

Schedule : 

Day-1 20th May-2015

Solo Sarangi by Ahsan Ali Khan:Sarangi a Instrument with 43 Strings. Made of a block of tun wood and a goat skin stretched over the body. With quite old history. When played by a master, is capable of closely imitating the nuances of the human voice,    
When a talented young musician like Ahsan Ali Khan takes to sarangi with single-minded devotion one can rest assured that future generations will also take pleasure in absorbing subtleties that the instrument is capable of producing. Born artist in a traditional musicale family of Kirana Gharana. A family of legends, Ahsan is a seventh generation of his family. The intensive training he had when he was only seven years old under his father Ustad Asif Ali khan has stood him in good stead, and he is presently regarded as one of the leading sarangi player of the younger generation . 

Accompanied by Tabla :- AMAAN ALI Amaan Ali belongs to above sixth generatin of traditional musical family of Moradabad gharana.(School) Amaan ali is a son of Ustad Ghulam sabir Khan who is the well known Sarangi Maestro in India. Amaan Ali was initiated into Tabla from early age when he was 7 years old by Ustad Manju khan,wh is a Great Tabla maestro and son of "sangat Samrat" (Late) Ustad Habibuddin khan sahab,who belongs to "AJRARA GHARANA"(School) His training with verbitle repository of traditional compositions from delhi and Ajrara gharana,Lucknow,farukabad and Punjab school of Tabla playinng enabled amaan to widen his horizon. 

Solo Sarangi by Sarwar Hussain Born on 5th October 1981 at Gohad district near Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, into a home filled with music, he is the son of Ustad Anwar Hussain. Sarwar began learning Sarangi from his grandfather at a tender age of nine. The super ‘taleem’ which he received from Padmashree Ustad Abdul Latif Khan for eleven years is clearly reflected in his thoughtful and virtuosic playing style. 
Accompanied by Tabla : Akbar Latif Khan  is very young, talented promising tabla player .he Is born in Delhi 10 December 1980  and hails from the famous lineage of Delhi gharana he was trained from childhood in the art of Tabla playing by his father Late Ustad Latif ahmed khan sahib ,the renowned Tabla maestro of Delhi gharana. after the death of his father he continued his training from ,Late ustad munnu khan sahib,ustad ghulam haider khan,Late ustad rahis khan,Late ustad altaf khan,Late ustad mushtaq quraishi,and renowned tabla maestro padmashree Late  ustad shafat ahmed khan

8:45 PM
 Solo Sarangi by Gulam Ali Khan ,Ghulam Ali is the doyan and torchbear of Agra Sonipat Gharana which has perfected Sarangi playing. He is the Sevanteenth generation of Sarangi player of his Gharana. Ghulam Ali is the son of the celebrated Musicien Ustad Tajuddin Khan Sahab. He learnt to play the Sarangi from Ustad Wazir Hussain Khan of Sonipat-Agra Gharana , where he also learnt the gayaki of Agra Gharana.  Ustad Wazir Hussain Khasahab learnt Agra gharana gayeki from his maternal uncle Ustad Ghulam Abbas Khan Saheb and sarangi from his father Ustad Niyaz Ahmad Khan Sahab of Sohnipat Gharana, which is not only their own gharana but also the most well known  gharana in Sarangi. Ghulam Ali is fortunate to have received the same gharanedar talim from his guru  Ustad Wazir Hussin Khan

Accompanied by Tabla : Sabir Hussain came’s from a very rich family background of Indian Classical Music, Sabir Hussain was born in 1986 in Delhi and began learning Tabla at the age of five, he is a disciple of Very famous Tabla player of India Ustad Rafiuddin Sabri. Sabir Hussain style contain all type of Tabla gharana spicily Delhi, Ajrara and Purabia. SABIR HUSSAIN has been performing since his early age in the various part of india and also won the many prizes in the different musical competition held in india.

Day-2 21st May-2015

Solo Sarangi by Shabbir Hussain Khan ,Shabbir Hussain Khan was born in the year 1977 on the 19th Of February in to an family of great musician. He is the son of the highly Sarnagi Maestro Late Ustad Mahmood Kahn Sahab who has accompanied all the leading maestros, of India and acquired mastery on the most difficult instrument Sarangi. He was also Door darshan artist. 
Shabbir Hussain Khan Exponent of the Kirana Gharana and learn the unique technique Of blending the middle and four finger. Which is a rare combination of using 10 active with case under the feet of his Father Ustad mahmood Khan.

Accompanied by Tabla  Mohd. Amjad Khan was born on 4th January, 1986. He belongs to the famous gharana known as KIRANA GHARANA. He is the son of Ustad Islamuddin Khan who is the 8th generation of Kirana Gharana. Amjad took his training from the well known Tabla player of AJRARA GHARANA, USTAD AKRAM KHAN. Ajrara Gharana, categorized as playing in the kinar baj, was founded in the nineteenth century. Clarity of sound is the hallmark of the gharana’s playing style. Amjad started his learning when he was only 10 years old. His first stage performance was in the tender age of 12.

8:30 PM
Solo Sarangi by Ustad Kamal Sabri, Kamal, who is the seventh generation of a distinguished family of traditional musicians, has demonstrated profound versatility in playing the Sarangi. Kamal is the the son of Grate Sarangi maestro Ustad Sabri Khan Sahab. Kamal was initiated and trained by his father in the style of the Senia Gharana (school) of Rampur, Moradabad from the tender age of 5 years and very soon this child prodigy made waves in the musical world with his talent. His musical brilliance and talent as a seasoned accompanist gained immense popularity amongst eminent classical vocalists. In India Kamal participated in several prestigious festivals over the years like the Harballabh Music Festival in Jallandhar(Dec.1991,2001,2005,2007,), Tansen Samaroh in Gwalior(Dec.2001), Saptak Festival Ahmedabad(2002,2003), Swami Haridas Music festival Mumbai(1995), ITC Sangeet Sammelan(2004), New Delhi, ICCR Festival of Music NCPA, Mumbai and World Peace Concert in Delhi, Sangeet Natak Academy Golden Jubilee Festival Hyderabad (Nov.2003), to name a few. Appreciation by music lovers and rave reviews for his performance came easily and spontaneously.

Accompanied by Tabla Rashid Niyazi  belongs to the traditional musician family. He is son of renowned harmonium player Ustad Kareem Niyazi. Initially, he started under the guidance of Tabla maestro Ustad Hasmat Ali Khan and Ustad Akram Khan of Ajrara Gharana, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. 

Message Charitable Trust (NGO). Message Charitable Trust (MCT), is a non profit, non political and non religious organization registered under the Indian Trust Act, 1882. Since its inception, the MCT is working in the dissemination of Indian classical music with special focus on the popularization of Kairana Gharana tradition among students, young children and the general public. 
MCT conducts concerts and public events in collaboration with leading institutions and provides stage opportunities to young and budding artistes in Hindustani music with particular focus Kairana Gharana tradition. 

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Message Charitable Trust (NGO) presents "Sarangi Festival 2015' as a tribute to Sarangi Maestro Ustad Mahmood Khan at The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road > 7pm on 20th & 21st May 2015 Message Charitable Trust (NGO) presents "Sarangi Festival 2015' as a tribute to Sarangi Maestro Ustad Mahmood Khan at The Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road > 7pm on 20th & 21st May 2015 Reviewed by DelhiEvents on Thursday, May 21, 2015 Rating: 5

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