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Chamber music festival in historic church

Chamber music festival in historic church

The first open air chamber music festival in Turkey, “Eklisia Chamber Music Festival,” started Aug. 3 in the Byzantine-era Eklisia Church in Bodrum’s town of Gümüşlük.

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Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina dead at 22

Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina dead at 22

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of pop legend Whitney Houston and singer Bobby Brown, died on July 26 aged 22, six months after she was found unconscious in a bathtub.

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Reinventing Spain’s ‘ageless art’ of flamenco

Reinventing Spain’s ‘ageless art’ of flamenco

Stamping her heels to the brisk strumming of a guitar, Merche Esmeralda, 68, twirls her black shawl in the sunshine as the Madrid traffic streams by a roundabout behind her

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Swedish police briefly hold US rapper Snoop Dogg

Swedish police briefly hold US rapper Snoop Dogg

US rapper Snoop Dogg was briefly arrested by Swedish police on suspicion of using illegal drugs, police sources said July 26

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Dr. Dre announces release of first album in 15 years

Dr. Dre announces release of first album in 15 years

Hip hop super-producer Dr. Dre says the wait is finally over - he's going to release his first album in 15 years

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Music festival set for Eklisia Church in Gümüşlük

Music festival set for Eklisia Church in Gümüşlük

Turkey’s first open air chamber music festival, the Eklisia Chamber Music Festival, will be held in the Eklisia Church in the Aegean province of Muğla’s Gümüşlük from Aug. 1 to Aug. 13, 2015

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Zaz back to Turkey for three concerts

Zaz back to Turkey for three concerts

Young French musician Zaz is back once more to dazzle music lovers with her extraordinary voice in Turkey’s three largest cities, Istanbul, Ankara and İzmir

Comment(s) 7/27/2015

AC/DC’s Rudd charged for alleged breach of home detention rules

AC/DC’s Rudd charged for alleged breach of home detention rules

Phil Rudd, the Australian-born former drummer of rock band AC/DC, was released on bail after he was charged in a New Zealand court on July 20 for consuming alcohol in breach of the conditions of his home detention, court officials said

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