When:
Monday, Nov 05, 2018 7:30p -
9:00p

Where:
Pickman Hall
27 Garden St
Cambridge, MA 02138

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Admission:
FREE

Categories:
Music

Event website:
https://hampartsoum.eventbrite.com

In 19th century Istanbul, Ottoman-Armenian musician Hampartsoum developed a new music notation system, with which numerous works were documented and survived to this day. Many have been transcribed from the manuscripts, however still many are waiting to be unveiled. In this concert, a selection of works from these manuscripts will be performed, some for the first time after many years, upon their recent study and transcription.


Please RSVP : https://hampartsoum.eventbrite.com


In this evening of Turkish-Ottoman music, works by Reftar Kalfa, Dilhayat Kalfa, Dmitri Cantemir, Hampartsoum, Sultan Selim III, Dede Efendi and more will be presented.


This project is made possible by a Live Arts Boston grant from The Boston Foundation.


Ceren Turkmenoglu – violin, rebab, voice
Volkan Efe – oud, ney
Michael Harrist – yaylı tanbur, bendir
Mal Barsamian – oud
with
John McKean – harpsicord
Christopher Briggs – sema (Sufi whirling)


Pickman Hall
27 Garden Street Cambridge MA
Pre-concert talk - 7.30pm
Performance - 8.00pm
Reception to follow

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