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Shariq Mustafa
The Prince of Tabla, Shariq Mustafa
Born1st March 1992
Parent(s)Ustad Rashid Mustafa 'Thirakwa'(Father) and Bably Mustafa (Mother)

Shariq Mustafa (Born 1992) Shariq Mustafa is a professional tabla player born in the family of musician Ustad Ahmed Jan Thirakwa and Ustad Sabri khan, who are known for performing Hindustani classical music and follow the Farrukhabad gharana[1] tradition of Hindustani classical music.

Shariq Mustafa has learned music in the family and performed alongside many eminent Hindustani classical artists like Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia, Ustad Kamal Sabri, Pankaj Udhas, and many others. [2]

Family and Education[edit]

As the fifth generation musician from the Thirakwa lineage, the grandson of Ustad Ahmed Jan Thirakwa, and the son of Ustad Rashid Mustafa Thirakwa, Shariq Mustafa is keeping his tradition alive by working on developing different styles of tabla playing. Initiated into tabla playing at the age of four, Shariq obtained classical training under his father, Ustad Rashid Mustafa Thirakwa. He has performed at the Sangeet Natak Academy Music Festival and various other music concerts in India and abroad. He Completed senior School in 2011 from the Modern School, situated in central New Delhi near Barakhamba Road. Then after he studied Bachelor's at Hansraj college, University of Delhi and completed graduation in 2014. [3]

Music Career[edit]

Shariq recently performed at the Rangmanch: Fusion of Kathak and Sarangi program on March 14,2019 at Triveni Kala Sangam. The event was organised by Chhavi Bansal, under the mentorship of Dr Anuradha Mishra, Professor of Vivekananda Institute of professional studies. [4]

Public Interview He appeared in a public interview, accompanied by his father Ustad Rashid Mustafa Thirakwa, published by The Hindu. The Interview was titled : "Home is where the heart is" [5]", and speaks about the festival in memory of their guru, Ustad Ahmad Jaan Thirakwa.

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Ustad Rashid Mustafa Thirakwa with his Son Shariq Mustafa ; Home is where the heart is Photo Credit: R_V_Moorthy


Shariq Mustafa recently featured at TEDx [6] was published on 27 January 2017 on YouTube

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Further reading[edit]

  1. ^ "Five Generations of Tabla". Al Bawaba. Retrieved 2019-09-09.
  2. ^ classical, Hindustani (12th century CE). Hindustani classical music. Page Wiki
  3. ^ "Ahmed Jan Thirakwa". 14 April 2019 – via Wikipedia.
  4. ^ https://www.facebook.com/Millennium-Post-1121157364607635 (2019-03-13). "Rangmanch: Fusion of Kathak and Sarangi". www.millenniumpost.in.
  5. ^ Rajan, Anjana (8 January 2015). "Home is where the art is". The Hindu – via www.thehindu.com.
  6. ^ https://www.ted.com/tedx/events/18076