Amongst other venues at which Shujaat Khan will be performing, the following are important dates to mark:
Shujaat Khan will open the New Year with a concert on January 4th in Kolkata. Khan will then perform in Ahmedabad on January 6th as a part of the annual thirteen day long Saptak Music Festival.
Shujaat Khan follows by joining santoor legend Pt. Shivkumar Sharma and the great flutist Hari Prasad Chaurasia for a three day music festival in Pune. Khan will play on the second day of the festival on the 12th of January.
On January 19th, Shujaat Khan will perform in Baroda and will finish the month with a rare morning concert on the 27th in Delhi.
On February 9th, Khan will be performing at NCPA’s Tata Theatre in Mumbai, followed by a concert in Varanasi on the 17th. He will be back in Mumbai for a concert on February 23rd.
Khan will be back in Delhi for a concert under the aegis of the Aga Khan Foundation held at the dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin on February 24th.
Khan will finish the winter music season with a concert on March 31st in Singapore.
On April 7th, Khan will perform in a duet with sarod player, Tejendra Majumdar in New Delhi. This is followed by a concert in Goa on April 18th.
Khan travels back to North America in the spring for a concert on April 27th at Yale University in Connecticut and May 11th in New York City.
Shujaat Khan’s album titled Satrangee, meaning “seven colors”, has been released under the Saregama India Limited label. His album is in collaboration with Pakha folk singers from Jammu-Kashmir and Azaan Khan. Since this is perhaps the first time that these folk singers have been recorded commercially, the project was a huge challenge for everyone involved.
LAST UPDATED ON: January 18, 2013