Nafees Ahmad is the son and disciple of the illustrious sitar nawaz, Ustad Fateh Ali Khan. A versatile sitar player himself, he is highly knowledgeable of both Eastern and Western music. He has performed with various symphony orchestras and musical ensembles all over the world.
Arshad Mahmud began his career with EMI as a talent hunter. Today he is one of our leading composers. He has studied extensively, both Eastern and Western music. He has been composing music and handling orchestras for nearly thirty years.
Intezar Hussain is a young up and coming vocalist. He learned music from Ustad Ilyas Khan of Patiala Gharana. He is singing since the age 14.
Ustad Bashir Khan is a tabla Maestro. He inherits the authentic baaj of Punjab Gharana through his ustad, Karim Bux Paima who was one of the most acclaimed tabla players of his times. He is also one of the finest accompanists and has accompanied many of the great instrumentalists and vocalists of the sub continent.
Leonard Massey is a graduate in music from Dave School of Music. He has played keyboard with many music bands like Reath, Aaroh, Mizmaar and worked as a music teacher in different schools.
Afaq Adnan is an accomplished guitar player. He started learning this instrument in the UK at the age of 18. He has been under the tutelage of various skilled guitar players. He has also been performing solo and sessions with different bands as a freelance guitar player.
Ustad Salamat Hussain is a flute maestro who acquired his early training from Ustad Mushtaq Hussain and Ustad Guchan Khan. He joined PIA Arts Academy in 1966 and was later associated with the National Performing Arts Group.
Mohammad Hussain a distinguished harmonium player, began his career with Radio Pakistan. He accompanied Mehdi Hassan for over 30 years.
Gulab Khan, who teaches Tabla, was attached to Radio Pakistan Hyderabad. He accompanied the renowned Sufi singer, Abida Perveen, for more then 20 years.