Inci Yaman conductor
Bircan Yaman violin
Sevket Necmettin Gurcan qanun & team leader
|Gül Yüzünde Göreli||Münir Nureddin Selçuk (1900-1981)||Bursalı Ahmet Paşa (1426-1496)|
|Sevdikçe Sevdikçe Seni Ömrüm Artar Ey Yar||Neveser Kökdeş (1904-1962)||Neveser Kökdeş (1904-1962)|
|Bitola moj roden kraj||Hayri Demirovski (1927-2009)||Hayri Demirovski (1927-2009)|
|Ne Pilaci Maşko / Çanakkale Türküsü||Anonymous||Anonymous|
|Ateş Olup Yaksanda||Yildirim Gürses (1938-2000)||Mustafa Sevilen (1919-2010)|
|Anla Artik Anla Beni||Yildirim Gürses (1938-2000)||Yildirim Gürses (1938-2000)|
|Enterisi Ala Benziyor||Anonymous||Anonymous|
|Penceresi Yola Karşi Gelen Geçen Atar Taşi||Anonymous||Anonymous|
Inci Yaman started performing Turkish Art Music in 1975. She graduated from İstanbul Technical University Conservatory and since then she is lecturer in many different conservatories. She also worked in Turkish National TV Channel as a performer of Turkish Classical Music. She is conductor of several Turkish classical music choirs in different cities in Turkey and with them she has performed concerts all over the country.
Being one of the biggest cities in the world Istanbul is 150 km long and 50 km wide and has population of more than 15 million. Located between Asia and Europe has great geopolitical importance and the city. İstanbul is located on the Bosporus Strait it extends both on the European (Thrace) and on the Asian (Anatolia) side of the Bosporus, and is thereby the only metropolis in the world which is situated on two continents. Two of the many nicknames of Istanbul are Vasilevousa Polis (the Queen of Cities), which rose from the city’s importance and wealth throughout the Middle Ages; and Dersaadet, originally Der-i Saadet (the Door to Happiness) which was first used towards the end of 19th century and is still remembered today.