"Classical Saturdays"
Shakespeare 1616-2016

Concert

April 23, 2016 / 17:00

Pera Museum presents a new series of concerts from January to May 2016. Programmed by music writer Aydın Büke, this month’s “Classical Saturdays” series’ will take place on April 23, 2016 at 17:00.

April 23, 2016 marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. On this special occasion, Pera Museum will present a special performance. Accomplished actress Ayşe Lebriz Berkem will perform Shakespearean texts with music inspired by the great poet. Early baroque pieces will be played with period instruments. Members of the İzmir Baroque Ensemble, soprano Linet Şaul and viola da gamba player Bülent Oral will perform with lutist Diego Leveric on this unforgettable evening.

Linet Şaul (Soprano)
Diego Leveric (Lute and Baroque Guitar)
Bülent Oral (Viola da Gamba)
Ayşe Lebriz Berkem (Narrator)

The following concerts of the series will feature various topics including instrument-making and compositions inspired by paintings. The “Classical Saturdays” concerts takes place on the second floor, Pera Museum Orientalist Paintings Collection Exhibition “Intersecting Worlds: Ambassadors and Painters” gallery.

Admission 20 TL. Tickets can only be purchased on Biletix. Friends of Pera Museum can buy tickets from the museum with a 50% discount. Places are limited. There will be no entry once the performance has started.

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Please click here for the programme.

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