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Erkan Ogur & I. Hakki Demircioglu - Concert
Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, L'auditorium Maxwell-Cummings
Montréal, QC
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Erkan Ogur & I. Hakki Demircioglu - Concert
Les voix de lAnatolie / The Voices from Anatolia
Par/By Erkan Ogur & Ismail H. Demircioglu

Dans un concert unique, Erkan Ogur et I. Hakki Demircioglu apportent les voix de l'Anatolie à l'Amérique du nord.

In a unique concert, Erkan Ogur and I. Hakki Demircioglu bring you the voices of Anatolia.


Concert
Samedi/Saturday,
02 avril/April 02nd 2016, @ 18h/6pm

Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal
Lauditorium Maxwell-Cummings.
1379A, rue Sherbrooke Ouest,
Montréal, QC H3G 1K3

Info:
Bizim Anadolu / Notre Antolie
1-514-593-8698
www.bizimanadolu.com
banadolu@bizimanadolu.com

Erkan Ogur

Erkan Ogur est né le 17 Avril 1954, à Ankara, en Turquie. Un Pionnier, il a inventé la première guitare classique sans frette en 1976. Il a influencé de nombreux musiciens avec ses compositions combinant les sons de la musique folklorique turque et de la musique classique avec l'ancienne musique traditionnelle. Il a donné de nombreux concerts partout dans le monde. Il est considéré comme un maître du kopuz (instrument à corde historique turc) et baglama (luths).

Il a passé son enfance à Elazig, dans lest de la Turquie, où il a été intéressé par le violon et le baglama, luth turc, et a commencé à les pratiquer fréquemment. Il est diplômé de l'école secondaire à Elazig, puis déplacé pour étudier la physique à la Faculté des sciences à l'Université d'Ankara de 1970 à 1973. À la suite de l'encouragement d'être un scientifique par son père, il a commencé à étudier le génie chimique et en 1974 a continué son éducation dans lUniversité Ludwig-Maximilians de Munich, en Allemagne. Au lieu d'être un scientifique, il a choisi d'être musicien.

En 1980, il est retourné en Turquie, et a commencé à étudier au Conservatoire d'État de l'Université technique d'Istanbul. Il a travaillé et a donné des concerts avec Fikret Kizilok et Bülent Ortaçgil où il a contribué à la scène avec guitare sans frette. Il a sorti son premier album en Allemagne appelé Arayislar recherches. En 1989, il est allé aux États-Unis à travailler avec de nombreux artistes de blues locaux, au premier rang desquels était Robert 'One Man' Johnson. Il a introduit guitare sans frette dans le blues. Un an plus tard, il sort son premier album en Turquie, Bir Ömürlük Misafir A Lifetime Guest qui a été classé 4ème dans les listes européennes. Il continue à donner des concerts à travers le monde et en Turquie.

Discographie: Perdesiz Gitarda Arayislar (1983), Sis (musique pour Cinéma), Fretless (1994), Bir Ömürlük Misafir (1996), Eskiya (1997) (musique pour Cinéma/album solo 2000), Gülün Kokusu Vardi (avec Ismail H. Demircioglu) (1998), Hiç (1999) (avec Okan Murat Öztürk), Anadolu Besik (avec Ismail H. Demircioglu), Fuad (avec Djivan Gasparyan) (2001), Yazi Tura OST (2004), Telvin (avec Ilkin Deniz et Turgut Alp Bekoglu) (2006), The Istanbul Connection (2007).

Ismail Hakki Demircioglu

Ismail Hakki Demircioglu est né en 1957, Pazar (Rize) au nord de la Turquie. Après ses études primaires et secondaires à Pazar, il a commencé à étudier au Conservatoire d'État de l'Université technique d'Istanbul. Entre 1984 et 1986, il a travaillé comme basse au seine du Chorale et l'orchestre de la musique turque de Ruhi Ayangil. En 1987, Demircioglu est devenue membre du Chorale des amis Ruhi Su dans le temps où Timur Selçuk et Sarper Özsan en étaient chefs.

À partir du 1998, Ismail Hakki Demircioglu a commencé a travailler avec Erkan Ogur.

Avant de travailler avec Erkan Ogur, il a fait deux albums: Türkülerimiz, Nos Ballades et Srdas Türküsü, Ballade du confident. Avec Erkan Ogur il a signé plusieurs albums dont Gülün Kokusu Vard / Il y avait lodeur de la rose et Anadolu Besik / LAnatolie est un berceau.

À propos du peuple anatolien qui a créée les ballades quils ont été si importants dans sa vie, Demircioglu dit ceux-ci: Le peuple dAnatolie qui a créée ces beaux ballades, je suis sur quil va porter notre pays à un avenir plus beau et heureux. En pensant les effets et les influences profonds des structures mélodiques, rythmiques, verbales et couleurs régionales de la création de ces ballades, mes admirations et mes respects multiplient envers du peuple dAnatolie.

Ismail H. Demircioglu continue à donner des concerts à travers le monde et en Turquie.

Discographie: 1986 Sirdas Türküsü, 1998 Gülün Kokusu Vardi (avec Erkan Ogur), 2000 Anadolu Besik (avec Erkan Ogur), 2003 Nasibolsa...


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Erkan Ogur

Erkan Ogur was born on 17 April 1954, in Ankara, Turkey. A pioneer, he invented the first fretless classical guitar in 1976. A composer, he has influenced many musicians with his compositions combining the sounds of Turkish folk music and classical music with the ancient traditional music. He has played many concerts all over the world. He is regarded as a master of the kopuz and baglama (lutes).

He spent his childhood in Elazig, eastern Turkey, where he became interested in violin and the Turkish baglama, lute, and started to practice them frequently. He graduated from high school in Elazig, then moved to study physics at the Ankara University Faculty of Science from 1970 to 1973. As a result of encouragement to be a scientist by his father, he started to study chemical engineering and in 1974 continued his education in The Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Germany, for three years. He was introduced to guitar education in 1973. Instead of being a scientist, he chose to be a musician. Since he needed detailed sounds from a guitar in order to obtain Turkish melodies, he modified his guitar and invented the fretless classical guitar in 1976.

In 1980, he returned to Turkey, and started to study at the State Conservatory of Istanbul Technical University. He had live performances with Fikret Kizilok and Bülent Ortaçgil where he contributed to scene with fretless guitar. He released his first album in Germany called Arayislar "Searches". In 1989, he went to the U.S. to work with numerous local blues artists, foremost of which was Robert 'One Man' Johnson. He introduced fretless guitar into blues. A year later, he released his first album in Turkey, Bir Ömürlük Misafir, "A Lifetime Guest" which was ranked 4th in European lists. He still performs concerts through the world and in Turkey.

Discography: 1982 - Istanbul'da Bir Amerikali, 1983 - Perdesiz Gitarda Arayislar, 1989 - Sis OST - Zülfü Livaneli film soundtrack, 1996 - Eskiya OST (The Bandit) - with Askin Arsunan, Yavuz Turgul film Eskiya soundtrack, 2003 - Yazi Tura OST - Ugur Yücel film soundtrack, 2009 - Mommo (Kiz Kardesim) - Atalay Tasdiken film soundtrack, 1993 - Fretless (Feuer und Eis), 1996 - Bir Ömürlük Misafir - reworked reissue of Fretless, 1998 - Gülün Kokusu Vardi - with Ismail Hakki Demircioglu, 1999  Hiç, "Nothing" - with Okan Murat Öztürk, 2000 - Anadolu Besik - with  Ismail Hakki Demircioglu, 2001 - Fuad - with Djivan Gasparyan, 2006 - Telvin - in Telvin trio, 2007 - The Istanbul Connection, 2012 - Dönmez Yol, 2014 - Dokunmak - with Derya Türkân, Ilkin Deniz.


Ismail Hakki Demircioglu

Ismail Hakki Demircioglu was born in 1957 Pazar (Rize) in the north of Turkey. After his primary and secondary education in Pazar, he began studying at the State Conservatory of Istanbul Technical University. Between 1984 and 1986 he worked as a bass in the Choir and Orchestra of Turkish Music of Ruhi Ayangil. In 1987 Demircioglu worked as a bass in the Choir Ruhi Su Friends when Timur Selçuk and Sarper Özsan were chiefs.

From 1998 Ismail Hakki Demircioglu has started working with Erkan Ogur.

Before working with Erkan Ogur, he made two albums: 'Türkülerimiz, Our Ballads' and 'Sirdas Türküsü, Ballad confidant'. With Erkan Ogur he signed several albums including 'Gülün Kokusu Vardi There was the smell of the rose' and 'Anadolu Besik, Anatolia is the cradle'.

About the Anatolian people who created the ballads that were so important in his life, Demircioglu told them: "The people of Anatolia who created these beautiful ballads, I'm sure, will carry also our country to a more beautiful and happy future. Thinking the effects and influences deep melodic structures, rhythmic, words and regional colours creating these ballads, my admiration and my respects multiply to the people of Anatolia."

Ismail H. Demircioglu continues to give concerts around the world and Turkey.

Discography: 1986 Sirdas Türküsü, 1998 Gülün Kokusu Vardi (with Erkan Ogur), 2000 Anadolu Besik (with Erkan Ogur), 2003 Nasibolsa.

Location

Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, L'auditorium Maxwell-Cummings (View)
1379A, rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal, QC H3G 1K3
Canada


Categories

Music > World

Minimum Age: 8
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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