Klassik & Jazz trifft auf traditionelle anatolische Volkslieder
In 2002 the internationally known Turkish poet, Nazım Hikmet, celebrated his 100th Birthday. 2002 was named Nazım-Hikmet-Year by the UNESCO due to this anniversary. Because of this, Hasan Yükselir expresses the separation pain, desires, and the experiences Nazim Hikmet faced during his imprisonments by embedding his poems into the concerts.
Many Artists of the 20th Century had socialistic views in their lives even i fit was only for a short timeperiod. Mayakovski, Picasso, Greene, Orwell, Klob and Nazım Hikmet are a few of these artists.
All of these writters, artists, poets, and performers left valuble cultural treasures behind. Especially Nazım Hikmet, one oft he few world acknowledged poets, is celebrated as a national hero in Turkey. His legacy of literature is still read today by many.
Although he did not murder anyone, or was involved in a crime of any sort, he was imprisoned for 17 years of his life in various prisons throughout Turkey. During his imprisonment as well as in the time after, he occupied himself with socialistic topics.
“People like Nazım will never be ‚strangers‘ to us, no matter where they are. Their hearts are international passports”.
In thoughts of these people, their beliefs, language and independent doings…
“To live, free and single like a tree
but in brotherhood like a forest...”
Solo Artist & Composer:
Piano: Hiroko Nakano
Alto Sax : Turgay Ayaydınlı
Violin: Barbara Sadowski
Flute: Daniel Dumontaigu
Percussion: Minas Simon Suluyan & Mehmet Sayar
Dance: Beate Ogomazova