Olim Prague,Czech republic
Long time we had not heard real classic uzbek music.Sevara filled that vacuum with new idea. Sevara,Come to Prague and perform the power of uzbek music.
I knew about her from the albums of Peter Gabriel and Russian musician B.Grebenshikov- she is popular all over the world already, but not in Uzbekistan, why? I wish her good luck!
Farruh from Moscow, Russia
I was very impressed with album "Yo'l Bo'lsin" which mixes modern music with classic Uzbek songs. I think it is new very nice and perspective modern way on music world. Sevara you are best as was allways. Katta Rahmat senga, Vatamnimning go'zal qizi!
Thank you and God Bless you.
I love this site, there is so much information to be found. Thank you.
Susana , Hereford
Yol Bolsin is one of my most favourite CDs. It's wearing thin!. when is Severa Nazarkhan going to produce another CD?
I wish her luck and take the award 2005, she deserves it
The only singer in Uzbekistan I respect and like is Sevara Nazarkhan. She is realy good singer and is more better and intellectual than Yulduz Usmanova.
She's very talented singer. Sevara one of the famous musicians in our country. Her songs are so wonderful! Especially, "yur muhhabat".
Peter Demirdjian Boston, USA
I saw Sevara tour concert with Peter Gabriel, She's great musician and singer so I searched to find some information about her, I loved her voice very much.
Ulugbek from Tashkent
her songs very amazing i love
Couldn't be more proud of you Ms.Nazarkhan! Thanks for all the great music...biz taraflarga ham keling, kutamiz :) Wishing you all the best.
she's good, a fine mordern blend & traditional sense.
David in Pennsylvania-USA
I saw Sevara tour with Peter Gabriel in 2003. I really enjoyed her set and bought Yol Bolsin....Nice music!!!!......I hope to see her perform live again someday........or a dvd would be cool too.........Cheers !!! David
Mashkhura, London, UK
I love her music and her voice, I think she is one of the best singers in Central Asia. Recently I've heard her song in one of the shops in Ealing Shopping centre, and was wondering if is there any uzbek, but I couldt find anybody, I was so surprised, but I felt proud of my culture, of my language, and of course I was proud of Sevara. She has got much more potential in her, I believe she is going to be well known in the world. Best wishes to you Sevara! Good luck!
Aliya from Phila, USA
She's great musician and singer. I wish she performed here in the states, but for now I'll have to enjoy the CDs.
Sevara's music sometimes makes you sad. Because she sings very soft, her voice is amazing!
Montu Saxena, Cambridge
While I like Sevara's work very much, it would be wrong to say that she is the first singer from Uzbekistan to be recognised in the west. Yulduz Usmanova has been know for quite sometime!
Farhod. Tashkent, Uzbekistan
We are proud of you, Sevara opa! Waitin for your concert in Tashkent with impatience
I myself do not have a strong desire to listen to her musics, and if the the west likes it, then something is wrong with my understanding of her musics.
Dilsuz from Berlin
She is the best one among Uzbek female singers. We are proud of her. Just Now way to the Bach go ahead Sevara we are with you. Just good luck may allaah blesses You:)
Sevara is the best Uzbek artist. She makes Uzbek culture well known in the world. Thank you Sevara! We love you
Andy Charles, Bristol
A fantastic performer with a fantastic album out. She is going to go so far as she is still very young!
Russell Jackson, UK West Yorkshire
Seen at The Wardrobe in Leeds - wonderful performer and backing musicians - a strong candidate to win this year's award.
Derek Reeves - Cambridgeshire
absolutely bloody brilliant. This is World music at its best, listen to this even if you listen to nothing else - the rest of her music is great too
It's also very heartening, in a time when much of Central Asia appears to be engaging in cultural meltdown (in Uzbekistan, the case of Ruslan Sharipov as an example), that Uzbek culture is travelling beyond its political confines- Sevara Nazarkhan is not only a brilliant singer and doutar player, her continual work in the face of political adversity is to be applauded.
Barry from Co. Durham, UK
In a word 'captivating'. I obviously have no idea what the words mean, but I do understand the meaning behind the words. However, my words could never do her music justice, suffice to say to me she is an unearthly creature whose voice seems to have captured the very essence of her soul or perhaps a nation’s soul. Respect the Nazarkhan.