The concerts initiated by the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey during the period when everyone had to stay at home due to the measures taken to battle the coronavirus (Covid-19) will also continue in the normalization process.
A new series of concerts called ‘Istanbul Seven Hills Concerts’ has been added to the program coordinated by the Directorate of Communications which began with the concert ‘From 7 Hills to 7 Continents’ on April 23 and continued with the ‘Eid at Home Concerts On Turkey’s Cultural Treasures Stage’ on May 19-26.
About 60 musicians will perform at the ‘Istanbul Seven Hills Concerts’, which will start on June 8 and will take place every day for a month.
Concerts will be broadcast every day at 21:00 on the Youtube channel of the Directorate of Communications.
Parade of Stars
The first 10-day program of the ‘Istanbul Seven Hills Concerts’ to be held in Kuruçeşme next to the Bosphorus has been announced.
After the concert of Ajda Pekkan on June 8; Sibel Can, Demet Akalın, Alişan, Funda Arar, Hakan Peker, Işın Karaca, Coşkun Sabah, Ümit Besen, Cengiz Kurtoğlu, Arif Susam, Serdar Ortaç, Sinan Akçıl, Muazzez Ersoy, Zekai Tunca, Özhan Eren, Orhan Hakalmaz, Ceyhun Çelikten, Ebru Yaşar and Bülent Serttaş will perform respectively in the following days.
The ensuing concert program for the ‘Istanbul Seven Hills Concerts’ will be announced in the upcoming days.
The first 10-day program of the ‘Istanbul Seven Hills Concerts’ is as follows:
June 9– Ajda Pekkan
June 10– Sibel Can
June 11– Demet Akalın, Alişan
June 12– Funda Arar, Hakan Peker
June 13– Işın Karaca, Coşkun Sabah
June 14– Ümit Besen, Cengiz Kurtoğlu, Arif Susam
June 15– Serdar Ortaç, Sinan Akçıl
June 16– Muazzez Ersoy, Zekai Tunca
June 17– Özhan Eren, Orhan Hakalmaz, Ceyhun Çelikten
June 18– Ebru Yaşar, Bülent Serttaş
Esat Kabaklı, Mustafa Yıldızdoğan and İbrahim Sadri previously took stage and shared the joy of conquest at the ‘Conquest of Istanbul Special Concert Program’ organized by the Directorate of Communications within the scope of events to mark the 567th anniversary of the Conquest of Istanbul.