Shujaat Khan

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Ustaad Shujaat Khan has just finished a very successful winter and spring 2020 concert season and now moves into the summer and fall. Some new dates for concerts.

2020
Ahmedabad, January 2nd, Saptak festival
Mumbai, January 4th
New Delhi, January 11th, Swami haridas festival
Kolkata, January 24th, Dover Lane music festival
Hyderabad, January 25th
Aurangabad, Meherabad, January 31st
Pune, February 22nd
New Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, April 3rd,4th & 5th, HCL concert series
Ahmedabad, April 11th

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Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan, the Sitar Maestro, takes us into a mesmerising journey of Indian classical music and shares anecdotes and experiences of his days as a student of music

Get riveted with this mellifluous session from India Music Summit 2019

Ustad Shujaat Khan enthrals Nagpurians with his soulful music

Times of India,Jan 30, 2019

Ustad Shujaat strings music magic on sitar

Times of India,Jan 25, 2019

Why does Sonu Nigam pay money to music companies? Hasnít he earned enough: Ustad Shujaat Khan

Times of India,Jan 30, 2019

Listeners Comments

Shujaat Khan - Will You? EPK 2017

"Stunningly hypnotic."
   — Broadway World

" this is a very worthwhile disc."
   — Songlines Magazine UK

"Will You" on Darek Mazzone's 2017 Top Ten Albums

"Passionate and beautiful."
   — David Dalle, CKCU

"It is no ordinary album. Instead, it's a powerful, poignant, moving and thought-provoking."
   — Derek Anderson

"Will You is a sublime musical experience "Sublime."
   — Darek Mazzone, KEXP

"Beautiful voice, beautiful arrangement."
   — Tony Berry, WRUV                  

"Current favorite."
   — Roger Holdsworth, PBS

"The album is magnificent beyond description."
   — The Score Magazine

"A unique and engaging ensemble of world-class musicians."
   — KBUT

LAST UPDATED ON: Feb. 19, 2015

News 2

Shujaat Khan has finished his commitments for the summer and begins the fall and winter music seasons with a concert on October 18th in Mumbai.

On October 31st and November 1st, Shujaat will play with his group, Vishnamo, in Delhi and Mumbai, respectively. He will be joined by several North and South Indian percussionists, South Indian violin players Ganesh and Kumaresh, saxophonist George Brooks, and legendary ghatam player, Vikku Vinayakram.

On November 8th, Khan travels to Jaipur for “Music in the Park.” Concert goers will have the opportunity to enjoy the ambiance of an open-air venue while listen to evening ragas. Shujaat plays again in concert in Surat on November 9th.

Khan finishes the year with performances in Aurangabad on December 20th, followed by two concerts in Kolkata on December 25th, December 27th and December 28th. On January 5th, he plays in Ahmedabad as a part of the annual thirteen day long Saptak Music Festival. Shujaat performs again in Pune on January 11th, Delhi on January 9th, and Gurgaon on February 8th, January 22nd in Kolkata for the Dover Lane Music festival.

Kayhan Kalhor will join Shujaat Khan and the Ghazal Ensemble for a series of concerts in North America in 2015. Khan and Kalhor will start their tour with a performance in Vancouver on March 13th, followed by a concert at Los Angeles’s Skirball Cultural Center on March 15th. The duo will travel to the east coast with performances in Boston on the 21st and at the Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University in New York on the 22nd. The two play again in Toronto on the 27th and 28th before ending their tour with a final concert in Houston on March 29th.

Saregama Records will be releasing Shujaat Khan’s new album. The album is a tribute to Jagjit Singh and the fond memories Khan has of his time with the late artist.

LAST UPDATED ON: Oct. 28, 2014