Ustad Bade Fateh Ali Khan was once a regular at the Manchester based Asian School of Music. The Asian school of Music, as known by some, is the sister school of the London synthesiser school which comes under the umbrella of Chase Music, known for their world class, top of the line digital pianos. Now specialising in top range electric pianos and digital keyboards, it has been a while since the establishment was graced by Bade Fateh Ali Khan, but in his heyday he performed concerts of a world class standard in the recital hall of the Asian School of Music.
The Asian School of Music was founded in 1985 by musician and businessman, Amrik Singh, and has proved to be an ever popular organisation ever since. With guest musicians such as the likes of Ustad Bade Feteh Ali Khan, Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Sardar Gulbag Singh, and Sardar Dilbag Singh, and many more, the Asian School of Music meets the absolute highest standards of Asian music. The Asian School of Music grew and developed from its sister school, the London Synthesiser School. Also founded by Amrik Singh, the London based Synthesiser school was also the top of its class and attracted worldwide attention and received a number of awards for both its performances, and its products as well as providing instruments to British bands of high acclaim such as Queen, Madness, and Kate Bush. Continue reading “The Asian School of Music from the Beginning”