The youthful Kamal Sabri with his musical brilliance, has already carved a niche for himself in the world of Indian Classical Music.
Kamal belongs to a distinguished family of traditional musicians and shows great promise in continuing this artform, dutifully, as being the seventh generation of Sarangi playing. He has trained under his renowned father Padamashree Ustad Sabri Khan in the style of the Sainia Gharana (school) of Rampur – Mordabad.
At such a young age he has set a mark on the international cultural scene both as soloist and providing decorative Sarangi accompaniment to vocal music. Kamal regularly performs for all India Radio and national television. He has performed in many prestigious music festivals in India and obtained several awards including ‘The Best Instrumentalist’, ‘Surmani’ and recently the ‘Young Maestro’ award by the Indo- Sri Lankan Cultural Council. Kamal has also been invited to share his art with the BBC in UK and the Finnish Broadcasting Co., Finland.
Kamal Sabri has been to Europe, Pakistan, Scandinavia, West Indies, South America and U.A.E. where his concerts and recordings have received great critical acclaim. His rendering of the Sarangi is not only restricted to Indian Classical music but has also embellished in the experimental trend with world class musicians. As a composer, he delivers soulful scores for films, theatre and dance.