Unlocking Neglected Gems with LocksBridge’s Turkish Concertos Catalogue
LocksBridge Artist Management has recently released the “Turkish Concertos Catalogue,” a publication that aims to bring attention to the long-neglected works of Turkish composers. The catalogue is a comprehensive selection of works from the early 20th century to the present, showcasing the talents of Turkish composers and their contributions to the concerto genre.
The catalogue features brief biographies of each composer, details such as duration and instrumentation, dates of composition, and the names of soloists who are to perform each concerto. This collection of works provides an opportunity for music lovers to discover a range of significant compositions that have not received the attention they deserve.
The “Turkish Concertos Catalogue” includes works by notable Turkish composers such as Cemal Reşit Rey, Hasan Ferit Alnar, Ulvi Cemal Erkin, Ahmed Adnan Saygun, Ekrem Zeki Ün, Yalçın Tura, Hüseyin Sermet, Kamran İnce, Hasan Uçarsu, Fazıl Say, and Mahir Cetiz. These works represent a diverse range of styles, musical approaches, and themes, and offer a glimpse into the rich history and culture of Turkey.
The publication of the “Turkish Concertos Catalogue” is a significant step towards shining a spotlight on the lesser-known works of Turkish composers. It provides an opportunity for audiences to explore the rich musical landscape of Turkey and discover new and exciting works that have been long neglected. The catalogue is a testament to the dedication of LocksBridge Artist Management to promote the works of talented Turkish composers and bring their music to a wider audience.