Anatolian jazz, culture festival debuts in London

ANADOLU AGENCY
LONDON
Published 15.03.2019 00:56
Updated 15.03.2019 01:04
Anatolian jazz, culture festival debuts in London

A new multi-genre music and arts festival kicked off on Wednesday in London, hosting thousands of the British capital's art-loving residents. The Turquazz: Anatolian Jazz & Roots Festival shines a light on Anatolian jazz and roots culture emanating from Turkey and its surrounding regions," said a statement from the Yunus Emre Institute, one of the event's organizers.

Concerts by a plethora of artists and groups planned throughout the festival, including DJ Murat Meriç, Yarkın Duo, Anatolian Blues Project, Timeless, Barış Demirel, Funkbook a la Turc and Debora İpekel.

The event is funded by the Arts Council England and the Yunus Emre Institute. It is produced by Loyka Visual Arts and sponsored by the Turkish Embassy London, Turkish Airlines, MYRA, Radisson Blu, Laz Restaurant and SOAS University of London.

The two-week event started with Jazz Bites, an event promoting Anatolian food culture and jazz, and will continue in various venues across London until March 30.

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