Ghazal Maestro PANKAJ UDHAS - Live in Concert at Opera House

Sunday 04 September 2022


Akash Lodhia proudly presents the Ghazal Maestro ‘PANKAJ UDHAS - Live in Concert at the Sydney Opera House’ on 4 September 2022. Padmashri Pankaj Udhas will be celebrating 40 years of his musical…

Akash Lodhia proudly presents the Ghazal Maestro ‘PANKAJ UDHAS - Live in Concert at the Sydney Opera House’ on 4 September 2022.

Padmashri Pankaj Udhas will be celebrating 40 years of his musical journey in a one and only mega concert – This will be the only concert in all of Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.

Pankaj Udhas, an Indian ghazal singer, composer and musician known as The Ghazel Maestro. He is considered one of India’s most prominent, revered and recognisable artists. He has recorded over 60 albums during his lifetime. He is known to bring the traditional ghazal music to the masses. With a singing career spanning over 40 years, Pankaj Udhas continues to be a musical icon to millions of fans around the globe.

This event will be a wonderful opportunity to listen to the most illustrious Ghazal singer from India, whose soulful singing and live performances make him an icon to millions of music lovers across the globe. This concert with also feature leading musicians from India.

Be there to witness Pankaj Udhas Live in Concert to celebrate his musical milestone at the prestigious Sydney Opera House on 4 September 2022.

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