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An Evening of Sufi Music in Grand Rapids

Celebrating the Beloved: An evening of Sufi Music
<center>Sufi Music at Dominican Center Marywood</center>

Sufi Music at Dominican Center Marywood

Underwriting support from:
Map to free parking at Dominican Center.

Map to free parking at Dominican Center.

This rousing ensemble from Karachi, Pakistan boasts direct lineage to the 13th century musicians and singers assembled by the legendary poet Amir Khusrau: the first practitioners of qawwali music. Rarely is religious music so electric, as chanted choruses, fervent hand claps, frenetic tabla rhythms, and woozy harmonium melodies, celebrate the divine in Punjabi, Farsi, Arabic, Hindi, and Urdu.

Qawal Najmuddin Saifuddin & Brothers have demonstrated great sense of commitment in learning Sufi poetic verses and vocal notes, and are performing since 1993.

They belong to the Chishti Sufi Order and carry on the spiritual sufi tradition of propagating the message of love, peace and humanity all over the world. They have been recorded by Pakistan Television and several private TV Channels, as well as by several Foreign TV & Radio Channels during their foreign toursThey have so far received various awards, medals & shields in Pakistan & abroad for their outstanding performances.  Their Audio/Video Albums of Traditional Sufi Music/Qawali are receiving appreciation and applause from every segment of the listeners.

The evening of Sufi music is offered to you by NAJMUDDIN SAIFUDDIN & BROTHERS at Dominican Center at Marywood: 2025 Fulton Street East, Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3895. (Click on map at right to make it larger.)

 

DATE AND TIME: Saturday September 28 2013 at 5:00 pm.

2025 Fulton Street East
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3895
616.514.3325

PURPOSE: Sponsored by West Michigan Islamic Center as a fundraising effort; and to share authentic aqwwali music with the community.
Donations are accepted for towards program expenses. Please contact Tanvir Hayat (ph: 616-481-1127) for more info.

Click on map at lower right to make it larger.  Please use Lakeside Drive off Fulton to enter the Dominican Center Parking Lot.

 

submitted: rsteers, dcm online media/webmaster

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