|December 31, 1978
|45 YEARS OLD
Sevara Nazarkhan, the celebrated folk singer from Uzbekistan, is on the path to prosperity with an estimated net worth of $10 million by 2024. With her captivating voice and deep connection to the traditional music of her homeland, Nazarkhan has successfully carved out a niche for herself in the music industry. Her unique ability to blend traditional Uzbek folk melodies with contemporary styles has garnered her immense popularity both within and beyond Uzbekistan's borders. As a result, her career has flourished, and with it, her net worth. Sevara Nazarkhan stands as an icon and a testament to the power of preserving and innovating upon cultural heritage through music.
Known for albums such as Tortadur and Go'zal Dema, this Uzbek folk singer and Songwriter gained an international following and was awarded a 2004 BBC Radio 3 World Music Award.
She began her music career as a professional player of the doutar (an Asian lute). She went on to attend the Uzbek National Conservatory and released her acclaimed debut album, Yoʻl Boʻlsin, in 2003.
She founded a music production company called Sevaramusic and released her fourth solo album on the label.
She grew up in what was then the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, as the daughter of a radio station executive father and a musician mother.