WAS IN LONDON
A big thank you!
For participating in all our sold-out events for two days.
I have always thought that due to their background that embraces a synthesis of the East and the West, Anatolian musicians have the courage to take steps towards integrating an international music genre like jazz with other genres. With the content that we produce on our platform, we have been creating awareness about how important complete fusion into the local culture is in terms of international connections, or in more contemporary terms, global cultural communication.
Concepts such as synthesis, fusion and memory are at the centre of our Turkish Jazz Club projects, whose first and honorary guest was Nardis Jazz Club this year. We were delighted to present these two fantastic days as a glimpse into the thousands of years of Anatolian heritage as a part of the phenomenal EFG London Jazz Festival. As the motto of Nardis goes; "Jazz better be listened to in a club".
See you at one of our beautifully crafted another event. Thanks for following and supporting us..
Curator of pop-up Jazz Club Program
Director of Turquazz Culture
Thanks to Ozlem, the project's entire financial and operational management was concluded successfully.
Big thanks to our production team!
For making this fantastic stage possible.
We would like to thank Burak, who smoothly coordinated and implemented all the technical details and logistics of the events. From ensuring all artists' stage needs are met in the background, to brilliantly performing himself on stage - his contribution was outstanding!
Feridun K. Ercan
Live Recording Engineer
..and thanks to our club team
for their extreme effort.
It was a great pleasure meeting new and old friends,
about six hundred of you visited our pop-up club in two days.
We want to thank Pelin Opçin, Serious and the Festival team for all their support.
Let us share some moments
from our fantastic two days
With big thanks to KULUP RAKI
Our "Oglen Rakisi" event was such a joy.
At this speakeasy event;
we shared stories of Thomas the "Black Russian", Maksim Tavern
and the tale of raki in Turkey with our guests.
Gozdem and Batu were super interactive on stage. Participants' reactions were amazing, we can't wait to do this event again.
One of our visionary supporters, Erdal Ucar's Gallipoli team, was with us with their usual high-quality services and delicious foods. Remember to visit the famous Gallipoli on Angel / Upper Street.