Istanbul, Turkey’s largest metropolis, is about to host a series of classical music concert events because the nation strikes towards full normalization after months of restrictions due to the Corona Virus pandemic.
“The new weekly concert series begins this Saturday at Tekfur Palace Museum – one of many three surviving Byzantine palaces in Istanbul,” the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality mentioned in an announcement on Twitter.
Titled “Classical Music in the Courtyard,” the concert series in Tekfur Palace Museum, also referred to as the Palace of the Porphyrogenitus, will host Camerata Anatolia, a gaggle of younger musicians who’ve represented Turkey overseas as nicely, in the primary efficiency on Saturday. The group, based in 2019, will carry out German composer Johannes Brahms’ clarinet quintet.
In the second concert, Hakan Güngör, a world musician on the stage of a virtuoso, will meet music lovers with Nail Yavuzoğlu, a trainer with a novel electrical bass approach. This efficiency will happen on July 18.
The different efficiency of the series will likely be given by Rezonans, a Turkish choir with worldwide recognition. The choir will carry out probably the most lovely works composed of affection, perception and longing in the historic courtyard of Tekfur Palace on a gorgeous summer time night on July 25.