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Q & A with 'Wandering Dervish' Arieb Azhar

NEW YORK, July 3, 2012 — Following his concert as part of New York City's River to River Festival, Pakistani musician Arieb Azhar discusses his career, and shares his cosmopolitan outlook on music, with Asia Society Director of Cultural Programs and Performing Arts Rachel Cooper. (16 min., 30 sec.)

Watch: Arieb Azhar concert highlight


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