Classical Indian and fusion music from a master player
Not since Ravi Shankar has there been an Indian classical musician so committed to reaching broad audiences. Maestro Khan is Ustad Shafaat Khan is a world-renowned Indian classical musician who debuted at the age of 11 in the King's Lynn Festival opened by the Queen Mother in Britain. Since then he has performed worldwide at many prestigious concert halls, music festivals, universities in India, Pakistan, Japan, Russia, China, Malaysia, UK, Germany, France, and Italy, and other European countries. Maestro Khan plays sitar, surbahar, and tabloa. He has shared a television performance with Ray Charles in Germany and recently performed alongside Stevie Wonder at the Bonaroo Festival. Through his music he has helped raise money for various charitable purposes including aid for flood victims, disabled children, battered women, and tsunami victims amongst other causes serving those who are in need.