Following on from yesterday’s post surrounding Ustad Bade Fateh Ali Khan, it makes sense that we take a look at Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, who was considered by many to be the greatest Asian music vocalist to have ever walked the earth. In 1985, after Nusrat had been signed by Oriental Star Agencies, he came to Manchester and performed at the Asian School of Music. Coming under the umbrella organisation of Chase Music who specialise in digital pianos and electric keyboards, offering the best prices on the market, the Asian School of Music was honoured to have Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan as a performer and teacher at the school. Today, the Asian School of Music is still based at its original Manchester base, which is now the headquarters of the Chase Direct music shop, where you can find a whole range of electronic pianos including the Chase P40 and the Chase P55. Continue reading “Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan”
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.