Master singer Nasaa Nasanjargal and Naraa Naranbaatar who studied in their Mongolian homeland, abduct you together with the virtuosic Dulcimer player Ganzorig Davaakhuu and the Iranian Multi-instrumentalist Omid Bahadori into one genuinely exotic world between Orient and Mongolian steppe.
trio Rosenrot interprets German folk songs in a new, unique way. A folk song is like a core, an essence, which here develops a dynamism that surprises. trio Rosenrot creates an living room atmosphere in the chamber music ensemble of soprano voice, guitar and drums, which in the next moment can change into an orchestral sound space of immense vastness. Current music that touches.
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Dijle Yükselir started taking piano lessons at the age of 7 and got singing lessons 2004 to 2005 from tenor Mustafa Yurdakul at the Art Academy Ankara.
In 2005 she started her opera studies at the MSFAU Conservatory (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts State University /Conservatory) and completed her degree successfully within 6 years led by soprano Sema Cal Günsoy …
His musical journey made him become acquainted with various music genres like Pop, Rock, Latin jazz, Cuban music, Brazilian Music and with new cultures which he endeavours to fuse with Flamenco. In his opinion, Music connects people independently of their origin. Music doesn’t need any particular language to be understood and felt. Jorge’s life aim is to be an ambassador of the Flamenco music throughout the world by nourishing and evolving it…
Music and Dances of Anatolia, Mesopotamia and Thrace
√ is a music and dance project from Turkey that performs the folk songs and dances of Anatolia, Thrace and Mesopotamia in their original languages, and pays special attention their own cultural contexts.
√ is an Istanbul based musical group, internationally known for their use of traditional Anatolian, Middle Eastern and Balkan instruments, drawing upon the rich, varied and conjoined cultural and musical traditions that are the band members‘ respective birthrights: Turkish, Arabic, Kurdish, Azerbaijani, Georgian, Roma, and Armenian….