Posts Tagged ‘Turgut Erçetin’

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Ercetin and Sezer at the MaerzMusik Festival

The multifaceted Berlin-based ensemble Adapter devotes itself to contemporary music with boundless energy and great pleasure in experimentation. At MaerzMusik the instrumentalists from Iceland and Germany present current contemporary music works by composers of Turkish, Kurdish and Jordanian origin.

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23 Mar

Talea Ensemble Plays Ercetin

The Talea Ensemble from New York performs Turgut Ercetin’s Spanking the Soundscape of A Baby Universe for 10 musicians at Stanford University.

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Jack Quartet plays “December” by Erçetin

The JACK Quartet performs Ercetin’s “December” for string quartet and electronics at CCRMA (Center for Computer Research in Musical Acoustics), Stanford University.

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04 Dec
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Below The Radar Special...

An exclusive compilation of new experimental and improvised music from Istanbul.

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Inspiration, Spectral Time and Perception in the Music of Turgut Erçetin: A Conversation with the Composer

In this video, New Music Pianist Seda Röder and Turkish composer Turgut Erçetin speak about spectral music, inspiration and Erçetin’s latest piano composition, Drifting Through the Echoes of Time, which the composer dedicated to Seda Röder.

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30 May