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Portraits of Ustad Naseeruddin Saami and Ramneek Singh side by side

Reflections on Khusrau and Kabir: Featuring Ustad Naseeruddin Saami and Ramneek Singh

Friday, October 18, 2024

8 pm

Price: $60 Regular | $54 Friends | $45 Students and Seniors
Meet and Greet + Performance: $80 Regular | $72 Friends
A limited number of $20 rush tickets will be available on the day of the performance.

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Update: this performance, originally scheduled for May 17, 2024, has been postponed to October 18, 2024. All previously purchased tickets will remain valid. Should you prefer a refund or wish to explore alternative options, please contact


Join us for an evening of music and poetry as we explore the rich legacy of Hazrat Amir Khusrau and Saint Kabir Das.

Among the most revered and popular poet saints in India, both Khusrau and Kabir spoke of love unabashedly. A love that went beyond gender, colour, caste, and creed.

Khusrau and Kabir’s work is rooted in devotion, discipline and multi-ethnicity. Khusrau represents a pluralistic identity and is credited with the creation of musical styles including Khayal, Tarana, Qawwali and Ghazal. Through them, he explores his poetic abilities to express love and devotion for the Higher being, while Kabir’s works urge people to look within and suggest that true God is within the person who is on the path of righteousness.

The Museum’s Performing Arts programming is generously supported by the Nanji Family Foundation.


The Art of Devotion

This performance, presented by Small World Music and the Aga Khan Museum, is part of the Art of Devotion series — an exploration of Qawwali music.

Don’t miss the rest of the series:

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With participation from the Government of Canada

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