Phone : 8384886611
Group : Azeez Chishti and Group
A 23-years-old artist from Agra, Dildar Warsi, has been learning music through Qawwali and Hindustani Classical Music. At the tender age of 7, he began to learn music taking inspiration from his elder brother Ustad Haider Ali, who now stays in Delhi. He has been working hard towards achieving mastery in his craft and pursues it with soaring passion. He considers Ustad Haider Ali, Noor Khan, and Mohammad Dilshad Hussain as his gurus and speaks very highly of their teaching as well as calibre in the field of music. Most of his songs are thus written and sung to be in a similar style. He also believes that music has been passed on to him by his brother, who has a natural talent for mastering the art of playing the banjo. When he was a child, he would try to observe his elder brother Haider Ali, and thus picked up the banjo also known as and never stopped learning. He only knows how to play the Bulbul Tarang and with it, he has performed in various locations within the state and the country. He has also received training on classical music and has pulled off brilliant performances at festivals in and around Uttar Pradesh only to dazzle the crowds and regards his performance at Taj Mahotsav, Agra as the most memorable experience. He lives in a family of 10 people and has his parents, 4 sisters, and 3 brothers. He is still taking training in banjo, even though he has started performing and recording professionally. Despite all his/her struggles he strives to keep developing his craft and dreams to keep working hard and hopes someday in the future to see himself succeed through the art that he loves so much.
- Uttar Pradesh