Amadeus Opus festival brings chamber music

Amadeus Opus festival brings chamber music

Amadeus Opus festival brings chamber music

International Opus Amadeus Chamber Music Fest to host famous pianists in Istanbul.

Istanbul will be alive with the sound of chamber music for the next month as the International Opus Amadeus Chamber Music Festival returns to Turkey’s largest city with a series of concerts at Fulya Sanat and St. Antoine’s Church between March 7 and April 8.

The festival, which will host many musicians, will kick off with a concert by Ellen Jewett (violin) and Atilla Aldemir (viola) at the Beşiktaş Municipality Fulya Art Center. 

The festival will subsequently host Tuluğ Tırpan on piano and Sevil Ulucan Weinstein at the Fulya Art Center on March 14. Beste Tıknaz Modiri on viola and Erman İmayhan on cello will accompany the musicians.

One week later, the Fulya Art Center will host a concert from harpist Çağatay Akyol and Ankara Philharmonic soloists. 

On March 24, the Bilkent wind instrument team will take the stage in Fulya, followed by a performance four days later by pianists Özgür Aydın and Muhiddin Dürrüoğlu.

The festival will continue until the second week of April. On April 4, the Italian team Nino Rota Ensemble will be on stage to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Federico Fellini’s passing.
The festival will close off with Hungary’s Corelli Consort Baroque Music Ensemble at St. Antoine’s Catholic Church on İstiklal Avenue.