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Concerts will be held with a limited audience due to pandemic measures. You can also stream the concerts through the online platform of the festival from 3 October to 3 November, which will require tickets.

Kardeş Türküler
Ayhan Akkaya bass guitar, double bass
Boran Mert baglama, lavta
Burak Dursun trumpet, trombone, ney
Burcu Yankın vocals, percussion
Diler Özer vocals, percussion
Enzo İkah Labyrinthe vocals
Fehmiye Çelik vocals
Feryal Öney vocals
Metehan Dada violin
Onur Çalışkan clarinet, saxophone
Selda Öztürk vocals, percussion
Vedat Yıldırım vocals, percussion
Elina Duni vocals
Tuluğ Tırpan piano, keyboards

Andalusia Trio
Hazem Hammadie ganun
Usama Badawi oud
Ward Mograbi vocals, daf
Eyüpcan Açıkpazu ney

Kardeş Türküler and their guests Tuluğ Tırpan & Elina Duni // Andalusia Trio
20.00-20.45 Andalusia Trio
21.15-22.45 Kardeş Türküler and their guests Tuluğ Tırpan & Elina Duni


They have kept the original melodies and dances of these lands, from the Balkans to Mesopotamia, alive without losing their origin. They have been carrying stories that are hundreds of years old to every corner of the world, from Istanbul to Australia, from Morocco to Europe for the last twenty- seven years. Kardeş Türküler, true to its name (Fellow Folk Songs), is visiting the festival with their music that, in their own words, ‘carries the hope of living together peacefully in a multicultural geography’. Architect of original musical projects Tuluğ Tırpan, and Albanian composer and singer Elina Duni will be accompanying the ensemble with their music infused with jazz and local motifs. The night will begin with the oriental tunes of Andalusia Trio. Polarization and prejudices will disappear and bridges of music and fellowship will be established during this summer evening, where your heart will warm up with familiar songs even if they are in different languages, and unforgettable life-long memories will remain.