British composer Sami Yusuf is known as one of the most influential musicians of our time in the field of world music traditions. Dubbed ‘a megastar’ by the BBC, the numbers bear this out: over 45 million albums sold, over a billion downloads, sold out concerts at venues such as Wembley Arena, Royal Albert Hall, and the Paris Philharmonic, and an audience of 250,000 in an open-air performance in Istanbul. His recent major events include the ‘When Paths Meet’ concert series at the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music (Vol. 3 2024), the Paris Philharmonic (Vol. 2 2023) and the Holland Festival (Vol. 1 2022), and his concerts ‘Beyond the Stars’ at the Dubai EXPO (2021), and ‘A Timeless Presence’ at the UNESCO World Congress (2019). Teaming up with legends such as A.R. Rahman, Homayoun Shajarian, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Antonio Rey, Abida Parveen, Ballaké Sissoko, Nabyla Maan, and China’s ‘national treasure’ Guo Gan, Sami has performed on six continents and his tracks have topped world music charts.

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