Join Pakistani superstar Ali Sethi for an evening of spectacular Sufi music and culture at Manchester’s grand RNCM Concert Hall. Sethi first came to the public’s attention following the release of his critically acclaimed novel ‘The Wish Maker’ in 2009. Since then, the multi-talented musician has become one of the most recognisable voices in Pakistani music, with hits like ‘Chan Kithan’, ‘Ranjish Hi Sahe’ and YouTube hit ‘Tinak Dhin’. With fans expecting another fusion of eastern and western music within Sufi culture, attendees can look forward to a not-to-be-missed collaboration with Ali Asani, professor of Indo-Muslim and Islamic Religion and Cultures at Harvard University, and three-time Grammy Award-winning musician Noah Georgeson. Georgeson himself has produced for the likes of Devendra Barnhart, Joanna Newsom, The Strokes and Charlotte Gainsbourg, as well as producing music for Netflix favourite ‘Narcos’.

Tues 15 Jan, RNCM Concert Hall, 124 Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9RD, 7pm, £20,

Tue 15 Jan
Rich Holmes
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Tue 15 Jan 2019