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Concerts are held in memory of Champion Angels and the lives lost in the earthquake

The Presidential Symphony Orchestra (CSO) took the stage in memory of the Champion Angels who lost their lives in the wreckage of the Adıyaman Isias Hotel and the lives lost in the earthquake that took place on February 6th.

The first of the concerts took place at the METU Northern Cyprus Campus Rauf Denktaş Concert Hall in Kalkanlı.

In the concert where the works of Beethoven, Vivaldi and Sibelius were performed, the Presidential Symphony Orchestra hosted Özgecan Günöz, the lead violinist of the Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra, and Orhun Orhon, a lecturer at the Başkent University State Conservatory, the conductor of the orchestra.

The concert, which was held free of charge to the public, attracted great attention.

The second of the concerts will be held tonight at 20:00 at the NEU Atatürk Culture and Congress Center. BRT



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The Presidential Symphony Orchestra paid tribute to the victims of the Adıyaman Isias Hotel tragedy and the earthquake on February 6th with a concert held at the METU Northern Cyprus Campus Rauf Denktaş Concert Hall. The concert, which featured performances of works by Beethoven, Vivaldi, and Sibelius, included Özgecan Günöz, the lead violinist of the Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra, and Orhun Orhon, a lecturer at the Başkent University State Conservatory. The second concert will take place tonight at the NEU Atatürk Culture and Congress Center and is free to the public.

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