Amaan & Ayaan Ali Khan
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About Ayaan Ali Khan:
Ayaan Ali Khan represents the seventh generation of a musical lineage known as the Senia Bangash School. The younger son and disciple of the Sarod Titan Amjad Ali Khan, Ayaan stepped into the world of music and the Sarod, at a very early age, with confidence, clarity, consistency and technical mastery that he learnt on his father's knee. Ayaan has been performing concerts in India and worldwide since he gave his solo debut at the age of eight. He has given many other solo performances and has also assisted his illustrious father at concerts, all over the world.
Over the years today, Ayaan has carved out a special niche for himself in the world of music. His approach, vision and versatility make him an icon for the youth in the music industry. His contribution in making the Sarod a cross-over instrument in a variety of genres has projected him as an artist of high repute. The Carnegie Hall Concert told The New York Times, ''Ayaan already shows some of his father's authority..''
About Amaan Ali Khan:
A young talent of the seventh generation in an unbroken chain of the Senia Bangash School, Amaan Ali Khan is the eldest son and disciple of the Sarod Maestro Amjad Ali Khan and grandson of Haafiz Ali Khan. Initiated into the fine art of Sarod playing, at a very tender age, he began his public performances as early as eight years.
Accompanying his father to various music festivals in India and abroad, he has today carved out a niche for himself. His performances have evoked creditable applause. His precision in tunes and his bold and resonant strokes are all pointers to the importance of tradition and continuity in Indian Classical Music. ''Amaan is one of the most loved artists of India today and has performed in most of the mainstream Music Festivals of India, in India and abroad''.
Coming Master - said The Carnegie Hall Concert to The New York Times in 2000.