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The Ismaili Community Ensemble perform during a MUSIC@ONE event held at the Ismaili Centre, London. Ismaili Council for the UK

Over the next several days, ordinary Londoners can step out of their busy work days and slip into the serenity of the Ismaili Centre, to be whisked away by the sounds of MUSIC@ONE — inspired by the Silk Road.

The Ismaili Community Ensemble perform during a MUSIC@ONE event held at the Ismaili Centre, London. Ismaili Council for the UK

Over the next several days, ordinary Londoners can step out of their busy work days and slip into the serenity of the Ismaili Centre, to be whisked away by the sounds of MUSIC @ONE — inspired by the Silk Road.

The victorious Kuala Lumpur cricket team at the Far East Sports Tournament. Salman Motani

As Ismailis around the world prepare for the Jubilee Games in Dubai, the Jamat of the Far East came together in November to participate in their own sports tournament, which served as a regional qualifier for the international Games.

Celebrating the music and dance of Central Asia, the London Uyghur Ensemble was one of the many performers at the Nour Festival of Arts. Sadrudin Verjee

As a partner in the 2014 Nour Festival, the Ismaili Centre hosted a series of events showcasing the colours, sounds and life of the Silk Route.

 

Celebrating the music and dance of Central Asia, the London Uyghur Ensemble was one of the many performers at the Nour Festival of Arts. Sadrudin Verjee

London, 26–29 November 2014 — The annual Nour Festival of Arts, which shines a light on contemporary Middle Eastern and North African arts and culture, was held across the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea during October and November 2014.

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