• AHMET ERDOGDULAR ENSEMBLE, FEB. 17

    Voluptuous and Pliable

    “I fear that the morning wind will disturb my lover,”  CORINNA DA FONSECA-WOLLHEIM new-york-times-logo-8

Videos

  • Vardar ovası, Ahmet Erdogdular
  • Bülbülüm altın kafeste
  • Hava Güzel Yine Gülşende
  • Hicaz Sarki, Nideyim sahni cemen
  • Ahmet Erdogdular

Concerts

  • 8th Turkish Music Institute Workshop

    8th Turkish Music Institute Workshop

    Date: 02/05/2019 @ 4:00 pm

    Venue: 150 W 46th Street New York, NY 10036

    Price: $400

    May 2-5, 2019 4day/5hrs a day classes: May 2, Thursday: 4pm-9pm May 3, Friday: 10am-4pm May 4, Saturday: 10am-4pm May 5, Sunday: 10am-4pm Class Fee: $400 We are excited to announce 8th Annual Turkish Music Institute Workshop in New York City. This year the workshop will offer five classes that will focus on practical use […]

  • Rutgers-Newark Middle East Music Orchestra Concert

    Date: 07/12/2018 @ 7:30 pm

    Venue: Express Newark, 54 Halsey Street Newark, New Jersey

    Price: Free

    The orchestra members will perform on traditional instruments such as oud, ney, tambur, lute, percussion (bendir, riqq, darbukkah), santur, qanun, saz, baglama, rebab, as well as violin, clarinet, cello, viola, double bass, and other instruments tuned to modal scales. The repertoire will include instrumental and vocal pieces, often sung in a variety of languages reflecting […]

  • Ottoman Turkish Classical Music Concert

    Date: 13/11/2018 @ 6:00 pm

    Venue: St Paul Chapel, 1160 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY

    Price: Free

    Join us for an evening of Ottoman Turkish classical music as part of the Music at St. Paul’s concert series with: Ahmet Erdogdular Vocals Ara Dinkjian Oud Eylem Basaldi Violin Didem Basar Kanun

  • Rutgers Middle East Music Orchestra Meets Every Friday 5-7 pm

    Date: 05/10/2018 @ 5:00 pm

    Venue: Bradley Hall, 110 Warren St, Newark, NJ 07102

    Price: Free

    The Middle East Music Orchestra was funded by a Chancellor’s Seed Grant and provides opportunity for study, exploration, and performance of various genres of Middle Eastern music in its broadest sense, as well as collaboration with the community, scholars and students in the interdisciplinary ExternalMiddle Eastern and Islamic Studies program.   For More: Rutgers-Newark Middle East Music Orchestra

  • Rutgers-Newark Middle East Music Orchestra Inaugural Concert

    Date: 28/09/2018 @ 7:30 pm

    Venue: Express Newark, 54 Halsey Street Newark, NJ

    Price: Free

    The orchestra members will perform on traditional instruments such as oud, ney, tambur, lute, percussion (bendir, riqq, darbukkah), santur, qanun, saz, baglama, rebab, as well as violin, clarinet, cello, viola, double bass, and other instruments tuned to modal scales. The repertoire will include instrumental and vocal pieces, often sung in a variety of languages reflecting […]

Photo Galleries