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Qawwali Live feat Chand Ali Khan

  • Sunday 14 November 2021, 6:45pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £22.50 - £35
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After a sell out tour in 2020, Qawwali Live is back featuring Chand Ali Khan for what is set to be the best performance to date.

In an effort to bring qawwali back to the next generations and keep it alive, Qawwali Live take this opportunity to invite you to this show and expect to be taken on a musical journey through the hypnotic rhythm and entrancing vocals.

Performed with the intention of bringing listeners to a state of spiritual ecstasy. Chand Ali Khan brings life to the centuries-old tradition of qawwali, through his mesmerising vocals and reinterpretation of classic Sufi texts, and not forgetting all the great Qawwali classics new and old. Be sure to come and join us, for an unforgettable evening of musical enlightenment. These shows are always sold out due to high demand, book your tickets today to avoid disappointment.

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