ABOUt US

GENERAL

The Conservatory (Music School) started its activities in 1998 as a personal establishment as a support for Turkish and Oriental music. Being the first conservatory in Europe that offers education in Turkish classical music, Turkish folk music and Turkish pop music requires a lot of effort. In addition, a Department has been opened since 2007, where Young people receive vocational training on the production of Turkish and oriental stringed instruments.
Des Weiteren existiert seit 2007 der Zupfinstrumentenbaubereich für türkische und orientalische Instrumente, bei der junge Menschen für den Beruf des Zupfinstrumentenmachers ausgebildet werden.

1998

ESTABLISHMENT

400

STUDENT

14

INSTRUCTOR

293

PROJECT

HALİME KARADEMİRLİ

GESCHÄFTSFÜHRERİN

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BTMK ENSEMBLE

BTMK Ensemble has been operating in Berlin since 1998 and is Germany’s most famous Turkish Ensemble (Acting, Music and Dance Groups).
Musicians here participated in performances with famous orchestras and choirs. They are not only professional, but also extraordinary. Their repertoire (Song selected and prepared to play) extends to Turkish classical music as well as contemporary music pieces.

NURİ KARADEMİRLİ (1950 – 2013)

Founder and Music Director of the Turkish Music Conservatory in Berlin (BTMK) He was the virtuoso of the oud instrument (persons with extraordinary abilities in the art they perform).
Nuri Karademirili played a major role in building a bridge between the two cultures. Music was the language of this Warm Hearted Man to reach people from different cultures. He and his wife Halime Karademirli met in many European and Oriental-Turkish Music traditions at the conservatory (BTMK) established in Berlin in 1998.

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