L. Lundquist & Imran Khan


L. Lundquist & Imran Khan

 

Linus är en ung, lovande flöjtist som har spelat solokonserter i Indien, Tjeckien och Italien. Han har studerat med legender inom indisk klassisk musik - Pt Alok Lahiri och Pt Rajendra Prasanna. Imran Khan är en framstående tablaspelare från Indien. Uppväxt i en musikerfamilj och sonson till den stora tablamästaren Ustad Faiyaz Khan. Det är första gången han besöker Sverige när de i augusti 2022 åker på turné tillsammans. Låt dig hänföras av indisk klassisk musik, och följ med på en resa in i ragans värld.


Imran Khan is a very talented Tabla Player from Delhi Gharana.

Coming from a traditional family of musicians, he is the grandson of the great Master Ustad Faiyaz Khan. Imran Khan has been playing tabla since he was 7 years old. His speciality is soft and sweet playing, with a clear and warm tonal quality. Imran Khan is a traditional Tabla Player with a modern approach. He has been trained in the refinements of the Delhi style of playing, with it's depth of soundproduction and elaborate repertoire. He has shared the stage with his grandfather Tabla maestro Ustad Faiyaz Khan on different occasions. Imran Khan has been accompanying many artists in India as well as internationally on tour to countries like Japan, Korea and Nigeria. He has played at prestigious festivals and venues like Habitat Center (Delhi), Kamani Auditorium (Delhi),

Asian Music Conference (Japan), Saitama Arts Theatre (Japan), Yeakdang – National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts (Seoul, Korea), Indian Arts Delegation (Africa), 150th Harballabh Sangeet Sammelan Jalandhar Punjab and many more. Next to his performances he is an accompanist at Delhi's famous music institute Gandharva Mahavidyalaya. He had also given solo performance as well as accompaniment with renowned artists in England, Holland and Germany in the year 2012. He has played with some of India's greatest artists like Ustad Aashish Khan (Sarod), Pandit Madhup Mudgal (Vocal), Shri Jagdeep Singh Bedi (Sitar), Faiyaz Khan (Sarangi), Veena Murdur (Vocal) and Smt. Meera Prasad (Sitar). In 2019 he had a succesfully tour in Europe, playing with great musicians like Siddarth Kishna (Sitar).


Europe tour 2019:

- Amsterdam Concertgebouw, location Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

- Vondelkerk, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

- Peace Palace, The Hague (The Netherlands)

- Festival Etnika, Maribor (Hungary)

- Festival Purmerend, Purmerend (The Netherlands)

- Pfarrburo St. Theresia, Munster , (Germany)


He had taught music to aspiring musician of different age groups in a summer camp organised by Sahitya Kala Parishad, Delhi. National Scholarship in the year 2010 was awarded to him by Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India. He was also conferred with Awards by Delhi Vikas Parishad and SA MA PA', a society committed encouragement of music for humanity. Imran Khan's performances have been broadcasted on TV frequently. He has also been part of the national archiving of classical music at the Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts. At this young age, he has matured as a profound artist, as well as a dedicatedteacher at Delhi's national Bal Bhavan's Summer Camp.

Uppdaterad 2018-03-28