Ahmet Erdogdular

 

 

 

 

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Ahmet Erdogdular, left, and Yurdal Tokcan at Zankel Hall.Ian Douglas for The New York Times

 

AHMET ERDOGDULAR ENSEMBLE, FEB. 17

“I fear that the morning wind will disturb my lover,” Ahmet Erdogdular sang midway through his intoxicating program of classical Turkish music at Zankel Hall, his voluptuous and pliable voice textured, here and there, with light guttural clicks. He was answered by the kamancheh, a viola-like bowed instrument played by Derya Turkan, who in an extended solo drew from it a veiled, keening sound that seemed to belong in equal parts to the wind and the waking lover. CORINNA DA FONSECA-WOLLHEIM

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