The Alhambra Theatre
22 April 2017
A cultural concert with Hans Raj Hans, Ustad Rafaqat Ali Khan and Hamid Ali Naqeebi.
*Prices inclusive of booking fees: Phone/Counter - £1 per ticket plus postage charge where applicable. Online - £1.50 per ticket plus £1 per transaction for postage. Please note, concessions may not be available on every performance.
Hans Raj Hans made an appearance at the Saif Ul Maluk festival in 2014 and won over thousands of hearts with his soulful performance of various pieces from Saif Ul Maluk. He is coming back to deliver his magic once again. A Punjabi singer from Punjab, India and politician, Hans Raj Hans is famous for his classical variations in singing. He has been singing folk songs for many years, but recently sang a number of Gurbani shabads and dharmic geets (religious songs). He is a Sufi singer of his times and has lived to his title by introducing his album 'Tera Ishq'.
Leading Classical Pop Singer, Ustad Rafaqat Ali Khan performances across the world have won accolades for the country. The son and nephew of legendary music duo, Ustad Nazakat Ali Khan & Salamat Ali Khan, appeals to the whole new generation with his mellifluous vocals that have the finesse of unadulterated classical. Ustad Rafaqat Ali Khan is coming back to perform at the Saif Ul Maluk concert and is sure to leave an even greater mark than he did at the first Saif Ul Maluk festival here in Bradford
PM promoters always pride themselves in bringing forth hidden talents of the Asian community within Britain. Hamid Ali Naqeebi is one such talent. First introduced at Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s death anniversary in Bradford 2007, this young Qawwal has since made a name for himself both in Britain and abroad. His style of Qawwali reflects the diverse cultures this young man and his team have been brought up in. Young Naqeebi is destined to make an everlasting impression on the Qawwali scene across the world. We are proud to have Naqeebi and his party performing again at Saif ul Maluk festival in April and look forwarding to witnessing local talent making Bradford proud.