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Antalya symphony to bring traditional music to Side

23 August 2011, Tuesday /
The Antalya State Symphony Orchestra is taking to the stage on Saturday night in the southern holiday resort town of Side for a free-admission concert as part of the town’s 11th International Culture Festival.

The ensemble will be on stage at 9:30 p.m. at the Ancient Theater under the baton of conductor Orhan Şallıel. Ney (reed flute) player Ercan Irmak and pianist-composer İlyas Mirzayev will be featured as soloists in the concert whose program will feature Turkish traditional pieces by Dede Efendi and Tanburi Cemil Bey.

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