A light classical vocalist with a soulful voice, Vidhi has performed at various International and National music festivals such as Baalbek International Festival, Lebanon; Mula Festival, Madrid; Jahan-e-Khusrau in Delhi; Jaipur Literature Festival; Youth Festival, Delhi; Monsoon Nirvana Festival, Hyderabad etc. Vidhi has also sung for Indian films like Paan Singh Tomar, Listen Amaya and Rabba Main Kya Karoon, apart from various short films on YouTube like the award-winning The Strange Smile and Bunkar- based on the last generation of Banaras weavers.
In 2013, Vidhi in collaboration with Karsh Kale won the Global Indian Music Award (GIMA)for the best fusion for their album “Cinema”.
Anwar Khan belongs to the Manganiyar community of musicians known for folk, Sufi and traditional music of western Rajasthan.
His ability to connect with audiences from varied cultural backgrounds and his commitment to secular beliefs lends richness and depth to his rendition. He has performed with many leading maestros of Indian classical music such as Vishwa Mohan Bhatt (Mohan Veena), Shashank (Flute) and many others. Internationally, he has performed alongwith Yehudi Menuhin and other world-class musicians. His repertoire includes Sufi poets such as Bulleh Shah, Latif, and Kabirdas and bhajans of Surdas, Meerabai, and Tulsidas.
Ahsan is a sixth generation musician from the Kirana Gharana. Rigorously trained by his father Ustad Asif Ali Khan, he is currently regarded as one of the leading Sarangi players of Generation Next.
Ahsan Ali's public performances began at the young age of ten and reflected a maturity and creativity beyond his years. He is a prolific performer who has performed at several music festivals in India and about, including a memorable performance at the prestigious Sydney Opera House. He has received accolades for his solo performances, as well as his performances as an accompanying artiste to many noted vocalists, musicians and tabla players.
Ahsan Ali also sings and has composed music for his own Sarangi project called Ahsan Ali & The Sarangi Sutra, an ensemble of 5 Sarangis that come together with a contemporary twist.
Ahsan Ali has taken the traditional Sarangi to a new level by introducing it in jazz, fusion, trance, electronic, sufi, and many other styles to create some innovative sounds.