“Thank you to the Champions” is a tribute song to our heroes, the frontline workers who have been instrumental in keeping everyone safe during these difficult times and who deserve our heartiest appreciation and applause.
Alykhan Kassam shares his personal insights into the trials and tribulations of a decade long rollercoaster with Multiple Sclerosis, including an intense stem cell transplant. A key aim of this session explored personal coping mechanisms and how he increased his capacity to be comfortable with the discomforts and challenges of life.
Learn how to create origami art for your family and friends as Elisha Shivji (Tanzania) takes you through this tutorial to create an origami crane and lotus flower. You’ll need standard A4 size printer paper (white and colored), a pencil, a ruler, scissors, and a thread or rubber band. Happy folding!
Sougata Roy Chowdhury is a sarod player who has been recognized as one of the most talented up-and-coming Hindustani classical musicians of his generation.
Shahou Andalibi is an Iranian multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, and music teacher with an extensive background in traditional music from the Middle East.
Reza Parvizade is a kamancheh player from Lorestan, Iran. He began his music training playing the kamancheh in the Lori tradition and later studied the Persian classical dastgah system.
Nasim Siabishahrivar is an Iranian singer who specializes in the vocal repertoire of Persian classical music.
Nai Barghouti is a Palestinian singer, composer, and flute player. At the age of 14, she launched her professional singing career and completed her studies in classical flute performance at the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music in Palestine.
Mohamad Osman is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, and music teacher from Syria. Born in Jarabulus in 1975, he began his musical studies playing the buzuq (lute) during his early childhood.
A performance by the Aga Khan Music Initiative Ensemble, which is made up of musical innovators who are the AKMI’s most trusted artists, performers, educators, and advisors. Assembled from Afghanistan, China, Italy, and Syria, in this performance they celebrate the music that is inspired by their heritage.
Omnibus Ensemble was established in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in 2004 by a group of adventurous young musicians who, as they explained, “shared the aim of performing music never before heard in Central Asia."
Mustafa Said is an Egyptian oud player, singer, composer, musicologist, and music teacher. Born and raised in Cairo, Said was introduced to music as a child and learned to read and write music in Braille at an early age.
Huda Asfour is a Palestinian oud and qanun player, composer, educator, social entrepreneur, and engineer.
Set against the backdrop of our Sanctuary exhibition, six acclaimed artists respond to the themes of identity, migration, and displacement. You’ll be treated to rare and intimate performances by Moe Clark, Cris Derksen, Maneli Jamal, Suba Sankaran, Trichy Sankaran, and Sashar Zarif!
Ejaz Sher Ali Khan is a Pakistani singer and harmonium player who takes an innovative approach to qawwali while honoring the roots of its tradition.
Listen to a conversation with Salim Merchant as he shares his musical journey from where it all started.
Rihla, which means ‘journey’ in Arabic, is a Diamond Jubilee production that toured through six Canadian cities in 2018. Featuring over 30 artists from across Canada, Rihla takes the audience on a journey from Mawlana Sultan Mohamed Shah’s Diamond Jubilee, through to Mawlana Hazar Imam’s Takht Nashini, the 1978 Canadian Mulaqat, the Silver Jubilee, the Golden Jubilee, and the Diamond Jubilee. Through dance, voice, music, and multimedia, Rihla tells the story behind our Jamat’s “Canadian Mosaic.” It showcases the rich diversity, and pluralistic vantage of cultures, languages, and unique stories of migration, struggle, growth, flourish, and community within our regions. Each Act spotlights a story told through a combination of narration and drama, inspiring musical pieces, dance performances, all with integrated multimedia. The performance will be weaved together by an overarching narrative embodying the spirit of brotherhood, generosity, and unity within the Canadian Jamat. Join us for the full showing of Rihla, for the first time on screen!
Enjoy a performance by the Canadian Artist Collective from Canada, performing for the Shukrana Concert.

In May 2020, The Ismaili TV presented the Shukrana Concert - to coincide with the observance of Eid ul-Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan. The non-stop musical extravaganza featured over 70 talented Ismaili performers and 20 hours of original content over the course of two days.

Enjoy more of the Shukrana Concert on The Ismaili TV On-Demand »
Enjoy a performance by Aknazar Alovatov from Tajikistan, performing for the Shukrana Concert.

In May 2020, The Ismaili TV presented the Shukrana Concert - to coincide with the observance of Eid ul-Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan. The non-stop musical extravaganza featured over 70 talented Ismaili performers and 20 hours of original content over the course of two days.

Enjoy more of the Shukrana Concert on The Ismaili TV On-Demand »
Enjoy a performance by Taufiq Karmali from the USA, performing for the Shukrana Concert.

In May 2020, The Ismaili TV presented the Shukrana Concert - to coincide with the observance of Eid ul-Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan. The non-stop musical extravaganza featured over 70 talented Ismaili performers and 20 hours of original content over the course of two days.

Enjoy more of the Shukrana Concert on The Ismaili TV On-Demand »

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