Learn the art of raga in this series of singing lessons with one of India’s outstanding classical vocalists, Ustad Mashkoor Ali Khan.

Group Lessons:

Friday June 12th, 7-8pm  &  Sun-Wed June 14-17, 7-8pm.

$30 for an individual class
$150 for the series of 5 classes

House Concert: 

June 11th, Thursday 7pm.  $30.  (inquire for location)

Community Concert:

June 13th, Saturday 4-6pm, reception to follow, $20

aindian-classicKhan Sahib will also be available for one-on-one private lessons.

Please contact Kat Macmillan for location macmillan.kat@gmail.com and for more info or to register via pay pal:  http://katmacmillan.com/ustad-mashkoor-ali-khan-in-pdx/

Mashkoor Ali Khan
Ustad Mashkoor Ali Khan comes from a distinguished musical line that includes some of the foremost figures in Indian Classical music. A direct descendant of the family of the great Ustad Abdul Karim Khan and the legendary Sartaj-e-Mousiqui Ustad Abdul Wahid Khan who were luminaries of the Kirana Gharana, Maskhoor Ali Khan is the son of the great Sarangi-nawaz, Padmashree Ustad Shakoor Khan.

Mashkoor Ali, as a true heir of his renowned forefathers and a scholar of music, is credited as having one of the richest collection of bandishes or melodies in the khayal genre of Indian classical music in the country. Initiated and trained by his father for fifteen years, young Mashkoor Ali had secured a place for himself in the world of music even before his father breathed his last breath.