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Rizwan Muazzam Qawwali

Rizwan Muazzam Qawwali

Thu 21 March 2019
Victoria Hall

Torchbearers of the Qawwali tradition

The internationally renowned Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwals present an evening of majestic and entrancing Sufi music.

Drawing on a rich vein of Islamic and Sufi poetry, Qawwali is a form of Sufi devotional music from the Indian subcontinent and Rizwan-Muazzam come from a direct family line of spiritual Qawwali singers that spans five centuries.

Continuing the legacy of their legendary Uncle, Qawwali maestro Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Rizwan-Muazzam are the contemporary torchbearers of this rich musical tradition and were tutored by the master himself. The sacred Qawwali music they perform is intoxicating and entrancing to all who witness it, whether a scholar of Sufi music or completing new to the form.

Performing together since the late 1990s, the brothers’ have developed a devoted worldwide following with their exceptional live shows and acclaimed albums, including A Better Destiny and Days of Colour. Recent highlights have included performances at the Commonwealth Games, Australia, and an exciting new collaboration with Susheela Raman in Abu Dhabi. The group have also been working on new material, so you can expect new music alongside Qawwali classics, as Rizwan-Muazzam continue to push the boundaries of the genre.

Their imaginative reinterpretation of classic Sufi texts breathes fresh life into this rich centuries old tradition.

Presented in association with Asian Arts Agency.

Part of a UK tour produced and managed by Asian Arts Agency.
 

PRICES:

VIP £63.60, A £37.10, B £26.50, C £21.20 
Under 16 & Students: £5 off 
(includes 6% booking fee)
VIP includes a premium band A seat & opportunity to meet & get photograph taken with Rizwan & Muazzam. 

Tickets & Times

  • Thu 21 Mar 2019 , 8:00 PM


  • Intoxicating and entrancing, Rizwan and Muazzam’s voices climb and swoop as if riding air currents.
    BBC