The Nooran Sisters will blow you away with their mind-blowing live performances

The Nooran Sisters are all set to showcase their staggering musical talent in Sweden on 22nd December 2017, with their full live 12-person-strong band to present you a night of exquisite Sufi / Qawali / Fusion music in an awesome live concert in Konserthuset Stockholm. The concert is a collaboration between Riksteatern & Konserthuset Stockholm.

The Nooran Sisters – Jyoti Nooran and Sultana Nooran – are a Sufi singing duo from Sham Chaurasia gharana of classical music. They are Sufi singers from Jalandhar.

The sisters have been trained by their father Ustad Gulshan Mir. The Nooran sisters are known for powerful voices and performances and music which appeals to a wide audience, having won many awards and honors.

The Nooran Sisters are a long way from customary and are bound for overall mastery on account of their rich family legacy in Sufi traditional music. As of now having featured the renowned Nakodar Mela in Panjab, in nearness of the incredible Gurdas Mann – the sisters, Jyoti and Sultana are indeed the most astonishing and energizing act to leave Punjab lately. They have won numerous distinctions, including Best Bollywood Song at the International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA).

After working on the hit film Highway in 2014 and a subsequent line of follow-ups, the Nooran Sisters have become shining stars of Bollywood. They have also released several albums that have had an incredible impact – Sohna Tera Darbar Sherawaliye (Live); Sufi Magic from Nooran Sisters (Live); Yaar Gariban Da; and Meri Maa Best of Durga Mata Jagran Bhents and Bhajans.


The Nooran Sisters Friday 22 December 2017 19.00

Click here to book your ticket now

Price: 220 SEK

DISCOUNT: Students and senior citizents 150 SEK. Groups 180 SEK

The Main Hall currently has capacity for 1,770 people, spread across the stalls, first and second balconies and choir balcony. Each floor can be accessed by lift or the stairs. Due to the location of pillars, a number of seats have a fully or partially restricted view. These are indicated in the booking system. The hall has six wheelchair places.