AR Rahman Live Performance in Qatar on 22 March at Khalifa International Stadium. Katara Studios presents AR Rahman Live show in Qatar on 22 Mar 2019 - QatarIndians.com

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AR Rahman Live Performance in Qatar on 22 March at Khalifa International Stadium

Oscar-winning music AR Rahman Live Performance in Qatar on 22 March at Khalifa International Stadium. Katara Studios presents AR Rahman Live show in Qatar on 22 Mar 2019.

The 52-year-old Oscar-winning music maestro is going to perform live in Qatar. It is going to be an unforgettable day for all the AR Rahman lovers and also for Indian music fans in Qatar. This is the first time the ‘Mozart of Madras’ AR Rahman will be performing in Qatar. This show is part of the Qatar India Year of Culture 2019.

ARR’s live concert in Qatar will be held at the Khalifa Stadium on March 22. Tickets for the event has gone on sale, reported thepeninsulaqatar.com

Tickets are available for purchase online at Q Tickets. The prices of tickets range from QR 150 (Upper East stand) to QR 1500 (the Royal section). Below are the ticket rates.

  • Upper East stand: QR 150
  • East Stand Left: QR 225
  • East Stand Right: QR 225
  • East Middle: QR 300
  • Silver: QR 350
  • Gold: QR 450
  • Platinum: QR 600
  • VIP: QR 1,000
  • Royal: QR 1,500

Without a doubt, it is going to be a treat for Indian music lovers.

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AR Rahman

(Source: britannica.com)

Allah Rakha Rahman (A.R. Rahman) original name A.S. Dileep Kumar, (born January 6, 1966, Madras [now Chennai], India), Indian composer whose extensive body of work for film and stage earned him the nickname “the Mozart of Madras.”

Rahman’s father, R.K. Sekhar, was a prominent Tamil musician who composed scores for the Malayalam film industry, and Rahman began studying piano at age four. The boy’s interests lay in electronics and computers, and his father’s serendipitous purchase of a synthesizer allowed him to pursue his passion and to learn to love music at the same time. Sekhar died when Rahman was 9 years old, and by age 11 he was playing piano professionally to help support his family. He dropped out of school, but his professional experience led to a scholarship to study at Trinity College, Oxford, where he received a degree in Western classical music.

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