Three-day ‘Pakistan Music Festival’ in full swing



The first day of the Pakistan Music Festival organized by the Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi ended with the wonderful performance of the famous Sufi Music singer Sanam Marvi.

The people of Karachi continued to enjoy the music festival till late night. Second day of Pakistan Music Festival started with the performance of singer Muneeb Khan of Music Academy of Arts Council Karachi, singer Muhammad Zubair showed the essence of singing while presenting a tribute to Tufail Niazi, singers Jahanzeb Ali, Imran Javed, Aziz Warsi, Sagheer Ahmed, Akhlaq Bashir, Intizar Hussain and Ustad Mahmood Ali Khan paid homage to the Ghazal Emperor Mehdi Hasan through their singing.

Singers MahNoor Sahar and Naruda Malani paid tribute to Pakistan’s famous singer Nayyara Noor in their melodious voice. At the Pakistan Music Festival, Arts Council’s Music Academy Ensemble gave a great performance under the guidance of Imran Momina emu.

The participants swayed to the rock and pop of singer Arman Rahim and well-known guitarist Afaq Adnan. Folk artists Akhtar Chanal and Mai Dhai performed traditional folk songs. Singer Kamaliya from Ukraine excelled with her lively performance. Giving a modern touch to Sufi music, renowned singer Ahmed Jahanzeb evoked the magic of his voice. The concert of Sur Sangeet continued till late night where a large number of music lovers enjoyed. Pakistan Music Festival will continue till November 20.


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