Searching for the Blues: Lakha Khan: Keeper of India’s Songbook | @AgaKhanMuseum

Premiering live on Sunday, July 18th at 1 pm EST, the Aga Khan Museum presents episode 2 of their docuseries with Amarrass Records, Searching for the Blues!

Register for the zoom link here.

Searching for the Blues Episode 2 Teaser| Jul 9, 2021

Titled “Lakha Khan: Keeper of India’s Songbook,” episode 2 follows Sindhi Sarangi master Lakha Khan in his Rajasthani home performing songs and instrumentals that speak to the worldly and sacred nature of his music, including Sufi kalaams, and folk songs.

A true polyglot, Lakha Khan is fluent in five languages and sings in Seraiki, Sindhi, Marwari, Punjabi and Hindi!

The live premiere will conclude with a Q&A session with Executive Producers Amirali Alibhai, Head of Performing Arts at the Aga Khan Museum, and Amarrass Records co-founders, Ankur Malhotra and Ashutosh Sharma.

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