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 The Straits Times
July 5, 2016

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"Born into a family of tabla players, Nawaz Mirajkar learnt to play the traditional Indian drum under the strict but loving hand of his father."

Lian He Zao Bao, Singapore Chinese Newspaper

13 Sep 2016

Mid Autumn Festival, Moon Conversation, Gardens by the Bay

Mid Autumn Festival 2016

Water: A Musical Tribute

Inspired by the diverse forms of water, this multi-ethnic performance celebrates the beauty, strength and life of the water element.

Fusing Indian, Chinese, and western instruments, this multicultural musical and percussive extravaganza led by Nawaz Mirajkar will leave you wanting for more.

Arts in Your Neighbourhood 2016

Anthar Agni 2017 Penang

 

Anthar Agni 2017 KL

praise

Letter of Appreciation

Nawaz represented Singapore as a delegate to share his knowledge of Indian Classical Music as well as conduct tabla workshops during the event. 

ASEAN Music and Dance Forum 2017

AninidoChatterjee

“I feel proud of Sri Nawaz Mirajkar, for his talent and skill on music: he is dedicated and sincere about his work… Apart from his musical talent, he is modest and kind as a person, this is important also to be a nice human being. I am happy for Nawaz and pray to God for his all success in his career. In this album he maintains the traditional Gharana that he studied from his great father, Ustad Mohammad Hanif Khan Mirajkar.”

Pandit Anindo Chatterjee

“Hailing from a great Gharana, Nawaz is a fine traditional ‘tabla nawaz’ and a distinguished pupil of his father, Ustad Mohammad Hanif Khan Mirajkar and grandfather Ustad Mehboob Khan Saheb Mirajkar. All I can give to such a wonderful artist are my blessings.”

Ustad Sultan Khan