As part of “Es schneit im April” – a Passion and an Easter celebration on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide “Dede Korkut – Unplugged” is performed at Maxim Gorki Theater in Berlin.
03/21/15 – 19:30
03/22/15 – 18:00
Purchaise tickets online HERE
The resumption is supported by the the Berlin State Chancellery for Cultural Affairs.
The German Consulate General Istanbul will host the music theater project “Dede Korkut” on November 13th.
The next performance of Dede Korkut will be on 22nd of October in TAK Theater Liechtenstein. We are looking forward to meeting our Central Asian musicians again and having lots of events such as symposiums, lectures and school workshops.
Our performances at the Berlin Maxim Gorki Theater on the second weekend of February were widely applauded.
We played three sold-out evenings.
The press response for the whole project is overwhelming and to read below:
We are very pleased to hear that an article about our project was released in the feuilleton of the Süddeutsche Zeitung on January 3rd. The journalist and music critic Helmut Mauró had temporarily accompanied Marc Sinan and Markus Rindt on their research-journey through Kazakhstan in April 2013. Based on this trip, Mauró reports on this oil-rich territory, its people and the decline of the traditional music culture.
The second rehearsal week with the turkish choreographer Aydin Teker starts on Saturday December 7th and takes place on the rehearsal stage of the Maxim Gorki Theatre. Aydin Teker’s unconventional approach transforms soloists, such as the guitarist Marc Sinan, the singer Jelena Kuljić, the double-bass player Jun Kawasaki, the sub-contrabass flute player Sascha Friedl, into objects of choreographic intervention. A first run-through is planned on December 18th.
On December 3rd and 4th Marc Sinan rehearses with the central Asian musicians Mehri Asadullayeva (Kamancheh) from Azerbaijan, Askar Soltangazin (Dombra) from Kazakhstan and Toir Kuziyev (Sato) from Uzbekistan in the event hall of the Goethe-Institut Tashkent.