1969
Music for ballet Taj Ki Kahani, produced by Bhartiya Kala Kendra.
1967
Recorded for the first time with HMV. Raag Desh, Kiran Ranjani and Bhairavi.
1967
Series of concerts in Mauritius and Afghanistan.
1966
Delegation to Afghanistan.
1964
Debut record released by Hindustan records, Raag Kausi Kanada.
1963
US Tour.
1958
Major solo debut at the Sadarang Music Conference, Kolkata.
1951
Starts performing
1945
Born in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh.
1979
Released King of Raags: Raag of Kings by HMV. Raag Darbari.
1979
Haafiz Ali Khan Festival, New Delhi.
1979
Ayaan Ali Khan is born on September 5th.
1978
Released Album Music of Love by HMV.
1978
UAE Tour.
1977
Haafiz Ali Khan Festival, Kolkata.
1977
2nd Solo All night Concert in Kolkata at Rabindra Sadan.
1977
Amaan Ali Khan is born on July 12th.
1976
Released Album Raag Shree by HMV.
1976
Haafiz Ali Khan Festival in Mumbai.
1976
Hong Kong Arts Festival, Hong Kong.
1976
Marries Subhalakshmi Borooah in Calcutta.
1986
Australian Tour. Performs at Opera House in Sydney and at the Adelaide Music Festival.
1975
Duet with veteran Guitarist Charley Byrd in Calcutta, India.
1975
Sheraz Festival, Iran.
1974
Released an album with HMV. Raag Rageshwari, Kirwani and Bihari.
1974
Prague Spring Festival.
1973
Founded the Haafiz Ali Khan Memorial Society (Now renamed Haafiz Ali Khan Memorial Trust) in honour of his father and for the propagation and popularization of Indian Classical Music. First Festival of 18 days takes place in Kalamandir, Kolkata.
1972
Ustad Haafiz Ali Khan passes away in New Delhi.
1972
Released an album with HMV. Raag Jhinjhoti & Sugrai Kanada.
1971
Documentary Amjad Ali Khan by James Breveridge of Canada.
1971
First Indian musician to perform a solo nightlong concert in Calcutta on the occasion of his 26th Birthday.
1971
US Tour, Europe Tour.
1970
Released an album with HMV. Raag Durga and Nand Kauns.
1989
Japan Tour.
1989
Album The Great Amjad Ali Khan released by Chhanda Dhara, Germany.
1989
Concert at The House of Commons in United Kingdom.
1989
Composed about 40 Ghazals for serial Guftugoo with the lyrics of Mirza Ghalib, Meer , Amir Khusroo and others, produced by Nimbus.
1988
Organized a historic first ever Sarod Festival with over 40 Sarod players from all over India.
1988
US Tour, Australlian Tour. Included concerts at the Adelaide Music Festival in Australia and Lincoln Center in New York.
1987
Released album Song of Hope in aid of UNICEF, released by Polygram.
1987
Festival of India, Moscow, and Russia.
1987
Ekta Se Shakti, a song composed on World Disabled Day, sung by disabled children.
1987
Duet with Russian Master violinist Igor Frolov at the festival of India in Russia.
1986
Released album The Album by CBS Gramophone records. Raag Shree.
1986
Released The Maestro’s Musings by CBS Gramophone records. Raag Bageshwari.
1986
Australian Tour. Performs at Opera House in Sydney and at the Adelaide Music Festival.
1986
Released Album Music for Peace by Nataraj Music, West Germany.
1986
Released Album Shanti by Polygram. India’s first digital recording.
1986
Children orchestra titled Ekta Se Shanti on the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of UNICEF.
1986
Guru Shishya Parampara concert series-New Delhi.
1985
Instituted the Haafiz Ali Khan Awards. The award has been bestowed on outstanding musicians of India and abroad. Recipients include Anne Suphie Mutter, Julian Bream, M. S. Subhalakshmi and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
1985
Orchestra titled Priyadarshani, performed by musicians of All India Radio on the birth anniversary of Mrs.Indira Gandhi.
1984
Released Album Priyadarshani by HMV.
1999
Launched World Festival of Sacred Music with His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
1999
US Tour. Conducted workshop and premiered two compositions with the students of The University of New Mexico, USA.
1998
On the occasion of India's 50th year of Independence, Amjad Ali Khan composed a song titled Bharat Yeh Desh Pyara. It was first presented at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in the presence of the President K.R. Narayanan, President Jacques Chirac and Lord Yehudi Menuhin.
1998
Composed the signature tune for the 48th International Film Festival.
1998
US Tour.
1997
India’s 50th year of Independence Concert, Carnegie Hall, New York.
1997
India’s 50th year of Independence Concert, Barbican Center, London.
1997
Talk on music by Lord Yehudi Menuhin and Amjad Ali Khan at the World Economic Forum, Davos.
1997
Carnegie Hall Concert. Celebrating India’s 50th year of Independence.
1997
US Tour, Europe Tour.
1997
Live at Royal Festival Hall released by Navras records.
1997
Performed at the St. James Palace for the Temenos Academy once again in the presence of HRH Prince Charles.
1997
Released Legendary Lineage featuring three generations of sarod playing in one album. Released by Navras Records.
1996
Amjad Ali Khan converted the 300 years old ancestral house (also his birthplace) into museum of music which is known as Sarod House in Gwalior to preserve Ancient Indian Classical Musical Instruments.
1996
Conducted workshops in National Center for Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai.
1996
Released album for Navras records. Raag Shree.
1995
Released an album for India Archive Music, New York. Raag Bhimpalasi.
2009
Ancient Sounds
Indian sarod maestro Amjad Ali Khan and Iraqi oud virtuoso Rahim AlHaj come together to deliver a musical dialogue of peace for our world.
Released by UR MUSIC 2009
2008
Premiered Samagam, a Sarod Concerto at St Magnus Festival at Kirkwall, Orkney Islands with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
2008
Releases Hope. An album of Christmas Hymns and Carols on the Sarod, released by Phase One Communications.
2008
Collaboration with Cellist Claudio Bohorquez.
2008
Workshop at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.
2007
Releases Romancing the Rains. DVD and Cd recorded Live at the Royal Festival Hall, London by Navras Records.
2007
Releases Yaara. A recording of songs composed by Amjad Ali Khan and sung by Pankaj Udhas.
2007
Releases Homage to Mahatma Gandhi. An album of Gandhi's favourite songs . Released on the occassion of 2nd October being declared as Non Violence day.
2007
Fox Theater, Atlanta
2006
Releases My Inspirations by Navras Records. celebration of the great singing tradition inspired by singers from five different gharanas: Faiyaz Khan, Abdul Karim Khan, Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, Amir Khan, and Kesarbai Kerkar.The great singers celebrated in the two discs were all leading exponents of the khyal style of singing, which has been the most prominent vocal genre of North Indian classical music for nearly three centuries (and of course its history goes back far beyond that).
2006
Releases Potrait of a Legend by Music Today.
2006
Releases Potrait of a Legend by Music Today.
2005
Brussels - Opera De Munt
2005
Vienna - Konzerthaus
2005
Manchester - Bridgewater Hall
2005
Newcastle Gateshead - The Sage
2005
London - Royal Festival Hall
2005
Birmingham - Symphony Hall
2005
Madrid- WOMAD Festival
2005
Salisbury-Salisbury Festival
2005
Geneva-Victoria Hall
2005
Strings from East and West - Amjad Ali Khan/Victoria Mullova/Matthew Barley/ Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan
2005
Manhattan, NY - Summer School at Stony Brook
2005
Toronto-Hummingbird Center for the Performing Arts
2004
Birmingham Symphony Hall
2004
Santa Fe, Lensic Theater
2003
WOMAD, Las Palmas
2003
Concert for Price Charles at Highgrove, UK. Fund Raiser for Temenos Academy
2003
WOMAD Rivermead Festival, Reading, UK
2003
Chicago Symphony Center, USA
2003
Special concert for HRH Prince Charles at Highgrove, UK for the Temenos Academy.
2003
WOMAD Festival. Workshops and two appearances in New Plymouth.
2003
WOMAD Festival. Workshops and two appearances in Adelaide.
2003
World Beat Festival.
2002
Inaugural concert for Divine Arts in Los Angeles. Celebrating 50th performing year.
2002
Royal Festival Hall Concert. Celebrating 50th performing year.
2002
Edinburgh Music Festival.
2002
Released album Sadaayen by Navras Records. Raag Kafi Kanada.
2002
Performs at the ESPLANADE in Singapore.
2002
Conducts Workshop at NorthEastern University, Illinois.
2002
Released album Sarod for Harmony- Live at Carnegie Hall by Bangash Music. Raag Behag and Raag Kirwani. Amaan and Ayaan assist their father.
2001
USA Tour.
2001
Forms Bangash Music, a record company releasing music from the Amjad Ali Khan Archives. Releases limited editions of two titles, Sarod Mantra (Raag Marwa and Raag Kausi Kanda) and Sarod Trilogy (Raag Bageshwari).
2001
Concert for Chhanda Dhara at Stewart Theatre, Stuttgart.
2001
Fund Raisers for Gujrat Earthquake Victims Kolkata, Royal Festival Hall, and London.
2001
Concert at the Palais beaux-arts, Brussels.
2000
Composed for a music album, VAADA, written by Gulzar and sung by Roop Kumar Rathod and Sadhana Sargam.
2000
Released Album Tribute to Mother Teresa by Moment records.
2000
Sarod for Harmony concert at the Bahai Temple, New Delhi.
2000
Released Album Sarod Ghar. A live concert at the Barbican Center with Amaan and Ayaan. Released by Navras Records, London.
2000
Concert for Orrisa Cyclone relief Fund. Performed with Cellist Mathew Barley at the Royal Festival Hall on February 11th. The First ever duet of the Sarod and Cello.
2015
Amjad Ali Khan performs for HelpMeSee with Conductor George Matthew and the Bombay Chamber Society with Elmira Darvarova and soloist Julian Clef Helping make India Cataract-free. Concerts IN New Delhi and MUMBAI Doctorate by Indira Kala Sangit Vishwavidyalaya Sangeet Nagari - Khairagarh, Chhattisgarh conferred on Amjad Ali Khan Amjad Ali Khan releases popular carol Silent Night on Times Music on the occasion of Christmas
2015
Amjad AliKhan Amaan Ali Bangash and Ayaan Ali Bangash
perform Amjad Ali Khan Sarod Concerto Samaagam with Jacob's Orchestra and conductor Camilo Tellez at Auer Hall in Bloomington
2015
AMALGAM releases on Naxox Records
2015
Celebrating the musical journey of Sarod Virtuoso Amjad Ali Khan, Sarod Records is happy to announce to release of four volumes of live recordings recorded between the years 1973 to 2000. Khans with Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Violinist Janet Bernal Singh at the Orpheum, Vancouver back stage. Veteran Film maker Adoor Gopalakrishnan and Amjad Ali Khan at the VC Padmanabhan memorial Awards 2015, held by Manappuram group, at ThrissurVeteran Film maker Adoor Gopalakrishnan and Amjad Ali Khan at the VC Padmanabhan memorial Awards 2015, held by Manappuram group, at Thrissur arod Concerto Samaagam with Gulbenkian Orchestra conducted by Pedro Neves at the Main Auditorium, The Gulbenkian Música, Lisbon 2016
2014
Music for Peace Concert at the United Nations
2014
The Khans completed a six city tour of India with Britten Sinfonia, one of the world's most celebrated and pioneering ensembles. They had performances in New Delhi, Mumbai, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bangalore. Lifetime Achievement award at NDTV’s Indian Of The Year Awards ceremony.
2014
Union Bank Honours Amjad Ali Khan
Sarod Maestros Amjad Ali Khan, Amaan Ali Bangash and Ayaan Ali Bangash at Talks at Google Live in Lisbon recorded at Grande Auditório Gulbenkian and Amjad Ali Khan at Eighteen (The first two Extended Play EP recordings of Amjad Ali Khan recorded in 1963 and 1964).
2014
Amjad Ali Khan, Amaan Ali Bangash and Ayaan Ali Bangash
performed at the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony in Oslo.
2013
Ananta Opus 195 was the concerto for sarod, symphonic and electronic orchestra is an original and harmonious work born from the meeting of different musical cultures.
2013
Amjad Ali Khan and Lata Mangeshkar
honoured at Vishwashanti Sangeet Kala Academy, Rajbaug in Pune
2013
Do Right (TATA CAPITAL)
Amjad Ali Khan performs at Lisbon’s Gulbenkian Música
2013
Amjad Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Bangash at Indiana University Bloomington
Maestro Amjad Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Bangash had a week long residency at Indiana University Bloomington Amjad Ali Khan receives Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavna Award for 2012
2013
A Master Marks A Milestone
Sarod maestro Amjad Ali Khan to embark on a historic 50thanniversary U.S. concert tour accompanied by his accomplished sons-students Amaan Ali Bangash and Ayaan Ali Bangash.
2013
Amjad Ali Khan, Amaan Ali Bangashd Ayaan Ali Bangash at United Nations in New York
2013
Samaagam with Orchestre d'Auvergne conducted by Kaspar Zehnder at Maison de la Culture, vendredi.
2013
Samaagam with Orchestre National d'lle de France
Amjad Ali Khan just completed a six city tour of France of his Sarod Concerto Samaagam with Orchestre National d'lle de France conducted by Kaspar Zehnder
2012
Finale of the year long Wigmore Hall Residency in June with the Britten Sinfonia
2012
AMJAD ALI KHAN STANFORD UNIVERSITY RESIDENCY (April – June) Indian Classical Music: A Way of Life
2011
Amjad Ali Khan, Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan Star in a PETA Ad
2011
Amjad Ali Khan Live at Wigmore Hall releases, recorded in London, on 8 April 2010
2011
EVERYTHING IS EVERYWHERE Released by Light Records. Everything is Everywhere, a collaborative project between Amjad Ali Khan, Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan and folk singer-songwriter Carrie Newcomer.
2011
Samaagam Released. Amjad Ali Khan/ Scottish Chamber Orchestra Conducted by David Murphy, Released by World Village
2011
Amjad Ali Khan, Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan perform at The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York as a part of their US Fall tour.
2010
Music Room Released by Sa Re Ga Ma featuring Amjad Ali Khan, Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan.
2010
Sarod Symphony released by Times Music featuring Amjad Ali Khan, Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan.
2010
“Ode to Peace” concert at the United Nations on the ninth Anniversary of 9/11 at the United Nations in the presence of the UN Secretary General Ban-Ki-Moon