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Russian Red Army to conquer hearts in Istanbul

Russian Red Army to conquer hearts in Istanbul

The Russian Red Army Chorus will be in Istanbul for a performance on June 13, and it is also set to include surprise Turkish songs in its set-list.

Comment(s) 3/25/2015

Metal festival to honor the War of Dardanelles

Metal festival to honor the War of Dardanelles

The western province of Çanakkale will host a rock & metal festival in honor of the 100th anniversary of the War of Dardanelles, organized under the leadership of Iranian band Master of Persia

Comment(s) 3/23/2015

Queen of musicals to come to CRR

Queen of musicals to come to CRR

German singer and actress Ute Lemper, who is renowned for her performances in musicals know world-wide, will take the stage at Istanbul’s Cemal Reşit Rey (CRR) Concert Hall on April 28 with her project “Last Tango in Berlin.”

Comment(s) 3/21/2015

Turkish pop star found dead

Turkish pop star found dead

Veteran Turkish pop singer Erol Büyükburç was found dead in his home in Istanbul’s Etiler neighborhood March 12. He was 79.

Comment(s) 3/12/2015

Michel Camilo to perform with BIPO

Michel Camilo to perform with BIPO

The Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra (BIPO) will be on the stage in Istanbul with the participation of Grammy award-winning pianist and composer Michel Camilo on March 19.

Comment(s) 3/17/2015

Rock band Muse announce new album and tour

Rock band Muse announce new album and tour

British rock band Muse announced the release of a new album called "Drones" and a tour on March 11, keeping up with previous themes of science fiction and political unease.

Comment(s) 3/12/2015

Hit duo Ting-Tings find voice in off-season resort

Hit duo Ting-Tings find voice in off-season resort

Ibiza is synonymous with pulsating electronic music but when the British duo The Ting-Tings went to the Spanish island, they took inspiration not from the sweaty dance-floor but from the off-season oddities

Comment(s) 3/15/2015

'Blurred Lines' stars ordered to pay Marvin Gaye heirs

'Blurred Lines' stars ordered to pay Marvin Gaye heirs

A US jury on March 10 ordered pop stars Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams to pay more than $7 million in damages to Marvin Gaye's family, ruling the pair copied his music in writing their 2013 mega-hit "Blurred Lines."

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