Famous pianist to take Istanbul stage
Hürriyet photoFamous Turkish jazz pianist Kerem Görsev is performing Dec. 10 at Halkalı Culture and Arts Center. The concert starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are available at Biletix booths.
Recognized as a talented composer and pianist, Görsev has produced many projects starting with his first album “Hands and Lips” in 1995, followed by his second album “I Love May” in 1996, both including his own compositions. Görsev released his third album “For Murat” in 1997 and his fourth album “Relaxing” in 1997. His next album was a piano-vocal duet album called “Laid-Back with Allan Harris.”
The artist finished recording “Meeting Point” in New York in November 2003. Russell Gunn, Eric Revis, Alvester Garnett and Marcus Strickland accompanied him on the album, but Görsev composed all the pieces. This album was released in March 2004.
His next album was a project by the Kerem Görsev Trio, called “Orange Juice,” and released in October 2005.