Concert by Tuluyhan Uğurlu at the Capital Culture Road Festival

Within the scope of the Capital Cultural Road Festival, organized within the scope of the Turkish Cultural Road Festivals, which the Ministry of Culture and Tourism has expanded with much more inclusive activities in five cities, the Cumhuriyet Museum, which hosts only very special concerts on the evening of October 19 and opened its doors for the first time in a long time, is at the Cumhuriyet Museum. pianist and composer Tuluyhan Uğurlu gave Ankara residents an unforgettable night.

Özgül Özkan Yavuz, Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism, also attended the concert, which took place in the legendary historical assembly hall in the unique environment of the Republic Museum.

The work titled Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and Soldiers of the Sun, which was written for the 75th anniversary of the Republic and performed in more than 500 concerts in Turkey and abroad, met art lovers in Ankara for the first time.

A special visual presentation about Atatürk and the War of Independence was made simultaneously with the music throughout the piece, which also includes folk songs in some parts. During the concert, Tuluyhan Uğurlu was accompanied by flute artist Murat Toraman.


The ‘Troy’ show of the Fire of Anatolia Dance Ensemble took the audience on a magical journey in history at the Capital Nation’s Garden.

‘Troy’, whose general art director is Mustafa Erdoğan, brought together all art lovers with one of the oldest and most well-known stories in the history of humanity, in which dream and reality, science and utopia are intertwined.

There was a Dolce Jazz Vocal concert at CSO Ada Ankara Blue Hall. Consisting of three female vocalists, Dolce interpreted many different genres, especially jazz standards, in three voices accompanied by an orchestra. Dolce took the audience on an entertaining journey in the world of jazz with its colorful choreographies and powerful orchestras, where it presented classic songs compiled from different periods of jazz along with stories.

Ulus Square, on the other hand, hosted the concerts of Grup Laki and DJ Ege Görk, which attracted young audiences with their colorful styles and music. At the Little Theater, the play ‘Being from Ankara’, staged by the Ankara Youth, Culture and Art Club Association, met with art lovers.

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