November 2016


Klangfarben: "Müzik Yelpazesi"

Saturday 26.11.2016 8:00 PM | Saal

Admission: 15 / 10 / 5 € (with Berlinpass)

Organizer: Werkstatt der Kulturen/ Konservatorium für türkische Musik Berlin

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Klangfarben: "Müzik Yelpazesi"

Concert of the Berlin Turkish Music Conservatory KiJuF youth choir and ensemble

The BTMK - KiJuF youth choir and ensemble are delighted to present the diverse musical variety of Turkey, which you can experience at the BTMK, on stage.

The young performers and their conductor have spent the last few months preparing well and have assembled a new repertoire consisting of various Turkish musical styles.

You can look forward to joining us and our talented upcoming artists on this evening of musical performances.


Choir and musical direction: Sunay Alemdaroglu and Engin Suelözgen


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Konservatorium für Türkische Musik Berlin
Bergmannstraße 29 | 10961 Berlin
Fon: 030/69504601

Next date:

  • 17.12.2016 Melihat Gülses (Istanbul) pre-sale and the BTMK Ensemble

A cooperative project between the Konservatoriums für türkische Musik Berlin and WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN. 

Concert by the traditional choir & ensemble of the BTMK (Berlin Turkish Music Conservatory)


Classical and modern turkish Music from Berlin!

Event Series in Cooperation with the Konservatorium für türkische Musik Berlin (BTMK)

The WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN and the Konservatorium für türkische Musik in Berlin (BTMK) have been working in close and trusting collaboration since the late 1990s. The cooperation event concerts of soloists and the BTKM ensemble have notably been enriching our programme ever since.

As a continuation of this longstanding tradition, the concert series KLANGFARBEN seeks to provide a platform for not only professional, (predominantly) local Turkish artists - but for emerging artists especially - on stage at the WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN.

The BTMK Orchestra currently consists of 20 young musicians, who perform instrumental pieces in addition to accompanying the 30 singers of the BTMK choir. In addition to classical European instruments such as the guitar, violin and clarinet, many Turkish instruments are played, such as the qanun and the oud. The musicians perform various musical styles ranging from Turkish pop, classical and folk music to Jazz and European music.




The facilities of the WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN are accessible to wheelchair users. Please call us in advance on +49 (0)30 60 97 70-0 to ensure proper access support.