Local Jazz Heroes
8 December 2022
Famous Jazz Artists From Geoff Dyer's Perspective
Blindfold with Baran Say
The Poems Defne Şahin Mumbles on The Road
Blindfold with Barış Ertürk
Orhan Kahyaoğlu's New Book “Duru, Derin, Çıplak”; Anouar Brahem
Down Beat 87th Readers Poll Results 2022
Sanem Kalfa is North Sea Round Town's Artist in Focus 2023
Turkey's First Jazz Album Is Out On Digital for the First Time, 44 Years After Its Original Release
After Adıyaman Kahta Jazz Festival
Meeting Under One Sky
Crosscurrents Trio Concert
Jazz Interpretations with Emre Adam - XIV
Heiner Schmitz; Tales From The Wooden Kingdom
John McLaughlin & The 4th Dimension Concert
We Spoke to Esther Aleida About Her New Album
New Album from Önder Focan: Aubergine / Patlıcan
Binker and Moses Perform in Istanbul as Part of the EFG London Jazz Festival
Emma Rawicz, Compose Me A Rainbow
Grains After Wood
Local Jazz Heroes
Asena Akan: Jazz is a Democratic Genre!
Anıl Şallıel: Trust in Your Soul and Ear in Jazz
Erdem Özkan: I Actually Tell a Story on the Stage
Can Çankaya: Jazz is the Freedom to Lose Yourself
Sarp Maden: Jumping Headfirst Into Music
Posts tagged with "BIR KEDI KARA"
Jazz & Literature
Hidden Stanzas in the Compositions of Tamer Temel and Ece Ayhan
23 January 2020
''…even though jazz has been one of the leading genres that has inspired poets, there are jazz musicians who have been influenced by poets themselves.''
On An Ethical and Aesthetic “Free Fall”
18 December 2016
Composer and saxophone player Tamer Temel continues on his music journey, embellished by sensitivities, that started with “Barcelona” and “Bir Kedi Kara” with his latest album “Serbest Düşüş” (‘Free Fall’) released by A.K. Müzik.
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