Sakina Teyna

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SAKINA | TRIO MARA

KURDISH WORLD MUSIC MEETS CLASSICAL

282221_10151080797721659_505751590_n     ‘Mara’ is Zazaki, which is one of the oldest native languages in the Middle East. It means BY US.

Mara draws from the rich treasure of traditional Kurdish songs. They express them anew in their own particular way by contrasting classical and contemporary music.

Presented in a way only women can sing them these songs turn into a great experience.

SAKINA: Vocal
NAZE ISXAN: Piano
NURE DLOVANI: Violin             


 SAKINA | ROYE MA

MESOPOTAMIAN CROSSROADS vol.2
WORLD MUSIC FROM TURKEY, ARMENIA AND KURDISTAN

web1The Sextet takes its audience on a journey into ancient and new Mesopotamia.

With sensitivity and poignancy it revives new worlds of sound from its region.

The ballads and melodies reflect the life in its native country and the suffering and melancholy of the people, while honoring their hopes and dreams.

SAKINA:Vocal
EMRAH OGUZTÜRK: Kaval, Duduk, Zurna, Gaida (Bagpipe)
KORAY BERAT SARI: Guitar, Baglama Family, Clarinet, Daf
ORKUN AGIR: Baglama Family, Davul, Daf
EREN YILDIRIM: Percussion
THOMAS KOLARCYK: Contrabass


SAKINA | ANADOLU QUARTET

STRINGS OF MESOPOTAMIA
CLASSICAL WORLD MUSIC FROM ANATOLIA

_MG_4483SAKINA & ANADOLU QUARTET take their audience on a journey into ancient and new Mesopotamia. 

The quintet revives with sensitivity and poignancy new worlds of sound from their region. In their creative process, traditional ballads and classical music meet, thus merging Occident and Orient and empowering space for free improvisation.

Thereby they emote a musical bridge embracing traditional with modernity; virtuous, uncompromising, expanding new intuitions. With SAKINA & ANATOLIA QUARTET five brilliant musicians bond instilling a new musical experiment, making the sounds of Mesopotamia accessible for western ears.

SAKINA: Vocal
AHMET TIRGIL: Violin
UTKU BARIS ANDAC: Violin
OZAN NABI AKIN: Viola
RUSEN ARSLANARGUN: Cello

 

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