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From Yamato to Anatolia, A Musical Journey Concert

This February, embark on a musical journey spanning continents and millennia with "From Yamato to Anatolia: A Musical Journey" This unique concert will explore the musical cultures of Anatolian (Turkish) and Yamato (Japanese), each boasting a legacy steeped in tradition and history.Experience the fusion of Turkish folk melodies with traditional Japanese compositions with a new and unique concert coming to London on Friday 16th February at St John’s Church, Waterloo.Renowned pianist, composer, and lecturer Çiğdem Borucu and esteemed koto virtuoso Atsuko Suetomi will be taking the audience on an unmissable musical journey with a series of enchanting Japanese-Turkish compositions. Together they will carry listeners from Yamato, an old Japanese province that came to refer to the whole country, to Anatolia, the ancient Asian peninsula and heartland of Türkiye.

The evening will also feature a number of Borucu’s own compositions performed with Suetomi, including ‘The Visit’, in memory of Ertuğrul Frigate, who voyaged from Istanbul to Japan in 1899 only to be caught in a storm and sink.
As 2024 marks the centennial milestone of diplomatic relations between Türkiye and Japan, join us in honouring this historic occasion through an enchanting fusion of Anatolian and Yamato music. 
This concert is organised under the auspices of Yunus Emre Institute London with the support of Turkish Airlines.
Tickets are now available for this unmissable concerts!

Event Details & Tickets: 
From Yamato to Anatolia: A Musical Journey
Date: Friday 16th February 2024 Location: St John’s Church, Waterloo Door opens: 6:30 pm Concert starts: 7:00 pm Tickets:

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