Album release; 'This Pale' is an Indo-Persian ensemble that musically interprets the poetry of Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi. Grammy-nominated sitarist and composer Shujaat Husain Khan has collaborated with Iranian-American vocalist Katayoun Goudarzi for this six-track album.
Full article by The Hindu here
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For the week of 28th September 2021
Most added album on the World Music Charts
Most Downloaded album across ALL formats in the NACC Music Meeting Directory
Praise for 'This Pale' by World Music Central: "The four artists deliver an impeccable, evocative and masterfully-crafted recording featuring stellar instrumental performances and deeply moving, beautiful lyricism". Full article here
Times Of India: " Classical legend, composer and sitarist Shujaat Husain Khan and renowned Iranian-American vocalist Katayoun Goudarzi give new urgency to the age-old love poems of Rumi on their latest album 'This Pale' to be released on October 1."
Full article here
Music retreat at Ananda Spa 17th-19th September 2021: "The musical experience curated by Musiconcepts brings you the brilliance of India's leading maestros Parveen Sultana, Aruna Sairam, Shujaat Khan, Prasoon Joshi, Ronu Mazumdar, Pt. Jayateerth Mevundi, amongst others."
Deccan Herald : "The moon faced Shujaat does an utterly calming, but uplifting sitar-sur cover of Krishna Bihari Noor's Ghazal". Full article here
Music for Anju Modi's new collection, Sindoori : "My new couture collection, Sindoori, is a celebration of the bride in all her beauty and intriguing complexities. Her innocence, her mischief and her passion come together in shades of ivory, ochre and deep reds for a collection that is about joy and a surrender to love". Listen to it here
Taleem, decoding the sitar with Ustad Shujaat khan, India Music Summit : Watch it here
The Times of India: "Ustad Shujaat Khan enthrals Nagpurians with his soulful music". Article here
The Times of India: "Music, melody and mutual respect filled Vasantrao Deshpande Hall on Thursday evening where renowned sitarist Ustad Shujaat Khan performed at the fourth edition of the HCL concert. As the maestro arrived on stage, the audience stood up to greet him. Reciprocating the gesture, Khan said he was ever so grateful to the audience who spared time and money to attend these events." Full article here
The Times of India: "“Music is an important part of my life, but it is not the sole reason of my existence. I’m a common man and I don’t take myself too seriously.” With these words, the tone is set for a relaxed heart-to-heart…" Full article here