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Sitar player Mehboob Nadeem to perform at Clare Hall, Cambridge

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Join Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, for a concert by leading Indian musician Mehboob Nadeem this Saturday (June 12) at 8pm.

Indian sitar player Mehboob Nadeem
Indian sitar player Mehboob Nadeem

Born into an illustrious family of traditional musicians, Mehboob is the grandson of Ustad Vilayat Hussain Khan (Pran Piya) and Gayan Samrat Ustad Azmat Hussain Khan (Dilrang).

Boasting a rich melodious voice, Mehboob was initiated into the art of music at a very young age by his father, Ustad Yakub Hussain. He then began his sitar training under the guidance of his uncle, Shri Rafat Khan.

He is now under the guidance of renowned sitar maestro, Pandit Arvind Parikh. Mehboob has come to be recognised as one of the best sitar players in the UK.

Tune in for free via YouTube livestream at youtube.com/watch?v=1avaXLcT88I at 8pm on Saturday. RSVP on Facebook for a reminder and to share details with your friends.

Learn more about the musician at mehboobnadeem.com.

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