10 December 2015

MEB Şura Hall, Beşevler

Presentation: 19:30

Concert: 20:00

There will be a presentation, before the concert, by Sergen Çirkin titled: “The rise of Alphabet from the Near-east”

Stephane Blet – Piano Recital

& Şefika Kutluer, Flute

“From Classics to Jazz”

Ve Şefika Kutluer, “Klavyenin Kralı” ünvanlı Stephane Blet’le birlikte çalıyor.


Eric Satie… Gymnopedie no 1, 3 & 4

Eric Satie…. “Je Te Veux” waltz

Aram Khatchaturian….Toccata

Bela Bartok…. Romanian Dances

Stephane Blet…. Turkish Rapsody Opus 18

George Gershwin… “The Man I Love”

Erroll Garner… This Time It’s Real

                          …Dream Street

                          … Trio

Frederic Chopin… Valse Opus (Posthumous) 69

                          …. Mazurka, Opus 24

                          …Nocturne, Opus 9



With Şefika Kutluer;

Stephane Blet… Suit For Flute & Piano Opus 101

“WORLD PREMIER”  Dedicated to Sefika Kutluer


J.S. Bach…. Largo


Jazz Standarts:

Bart Howard… Fly Me to the Moon

Joseph Kosma… Autumn Leaves

Erroll Garner…Misty

George Gershwin …Summertime

Internationally acclaimed flutist Sefika Kutluer, whose sound is described as luminous and brilliant, plays with Stephane Blet, a composer, performer, researcher and writer, who is called the “King of the Keyboard” by the French magazine Marianne.

Recognized by the Turkish Government with a special price for his work of a great cycle of “Turkish and Ottoman Rhapsodies”, Blet was also the creator of the “Golden Orpheus Grand Leyla Gencer” award, in tribute to the great Turkish singer.

He has composed over 300 works for violin, piano, orchestra, and voice and arranged the majestic Faust Symphony of Liszt for piano.

Blet has received a gold medal from the French government and has been elevated to the ranks of Chevalier for his outstanding contributions to the music world.

Kutluer and Blet bring impeccable musicianship and an exploratory edge to their renditions of pieces ranging from classical to jazz.





Tickets: 45 – 34 – 23 TL ( Students 25- 19 – 13 TL )

We’d like to extend our gratitude to THY for transportation, Hilton Hotel for accommodation and Sevda Cenap And Music Foundation for the piano.