|Born||21 May 1927|
Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
|Died||1 December 2015 88) (aged|
New Delhi, Delhi, India
|Genres||Indian classical music, Hindustani classical music|
Ustad Sabri Khan (21 May 1927 – 1 December 2015) was an Indian sarangi player, who was descended on both sides of his family from a line of distinguished musicians.
Sabri Khan was born on 21 May 1927 in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh.He belonged to the Sainia Gharana. This Gharana traces the tradition of its music back to Mian Tansen, the great vocalist in the court of Mughal Emperor Akbar. He had been initiated into sarangi-playing by his grandfather, Ustad Haji Mohammed Khan and later continued his training under his father Ustad Chajju Khan, both accomplished sarangi exponents of their time. Khan also learned some important and rare techniques of playing from his uncle Ustad Laddan Khan of Rampur.
Sabri Khan toured extensively across the world and performed in Afghanistan, Pakistan, China, Japan, USSR, Russia, US, Canada, England, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Spain, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Mexico. The credit of introducing the Sarangi to American and European audiences goes to Sabri Khan. He also played a duet with the renowned Yehudi Menuhin and was invited as a visiting professor by the University of Washington, Seattle, USA.
In appreciation of his contribution to the Classical Music of India, Ustad Sabri Khan received numerous honours and awards, including the Sahitya Kala Parishad Award, UP Sangeet Natak Academy Award, National Sangeet Natak Academy Award, the prestigious Padma Shree Award (1992) and Padma Bhushan Award (2006) by the Hon. President of India – Government of India.
Ustad Sabri Khan Sahib has four sons and five daughters. He has many grandsons playing musical instruments: Suhail Yusuf Khan (Sarangi), [[Faisal yusuf Khan]] (Tabla), Shariq Khan (Tabla), Junaid (Guitar) and Nabeel Khan (Sarangi).
In the early morning on 1 December 2015, Ustad Sabri Khan died surrounded by his family at his home in New Delhi.
Sabri Khan received several national awards, including the Padma Shri in 1992 and the Padma Bhushan in 2006.
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