Shubha Mudgal, a renowned vocalist of Hindustani classical music, has a diverse repertoire that includes the genres of Khayal, Thumri and Dadra, as also popular Indian pop music.
Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan (commonly known as Shahid Parvez, born 14 October 1958) is an Indian classical sitar player from the Imdadkhani gharana. He belongs to the seventh generation of the Etawah Gharana. He is praised especially for the vocalistic phrasing of his raga improvisations.
Born in Mumbai, India, Shahid Parvez was trained by his father Aziz Khan who was the son of the sitar and surbahar player Wahid Khan. As is the custom, Aziz Khan first initiated his son into vocal music and tabla before training him on the Sitar over many years. Shahid Parvez also got vocal and surbahar training from his uncle Hafeez Khan, a singer and player of the surbahar and sitar. He also received training in tabla for many years from Munnu Khan of the Delhi Gharana.
His family has produced many instrumentalists in Hindustani classical music including Imdad Khan (his great grandfather), Enayat Khan, Wahid Khan (his grandfather) and Vilayat Khan.