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Masters of Anatolian classics: Erkan Oğur, Derya Türkan & Coşkun Karademir
Het klassieke in een nieuw daglicht
A new understanding of the classical
Café Istanbul is one of Podium Mozaïeks popular concertseries. Inspired by dazzling Istanbul, we invite you to antoher special edition, this time with the masters of Anatolian classicical music.
Everytime you listen back to Baglama, Kopuz, Vocal Anatolian music, a different story is being told. Time after time you will find an authentic, healing and new sound.
Old Music: Masters of Anatolian Classics present three grand names considered to be the pride of Turkish ethnic music.
Erkan Oğur,holds a signature for every Anatolian piece he recreated and performed with his fretless guitar and voice.
Derya Türkan, a reputable musician with his new music and extraordinary interpretation of classic pieces playing his Istanbul Kamancha.
And Coşkun Karademir a musical director who carried Anatolian and Sufi music to the center of international world music chamber with his non-conventional cooperations and projects.
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Kamancha, Guitar, Kopuz and Baglama will gather to inspire hearts with this new understanding of classical music. You will hear Samarian lullabies and instrumental folk tunes, Yunus Emre and Hatayi at the same time. The strings will create a sound to make the audience capture and remember the noble feelings of the lands music makes you feel. The music fermentation of these lands will be resurrected and come alive at this classical music adventure.
Acoustic guitar & Fretless guitar, Kopuz, Vocal: Erkan Oğur
Istanbul Kamancha: Derya Türkan
Baglama, Kopuz, Vocal: Coşkun Karademir