Together
Selen Gülün & Guest: Çağıl Kaya

Concert

February 23, 2024 / 19:30

Composer, pianist, songwriter, vocalist, and educator Selen Gülün, whose performances and compositions have been honored with international awards, will be joined on stage by interdisciplinary artist Çağıl Kaya, who endeavors to paint pictures from the realms she dreams of through her music.

For everyone wanting to get swept up in the rhythm of music, together, standing...

Tickets for the standing concert at Pera Café are priced at 350 TL. (Each ticket comes with a complimentary soft drink, a bottle of beer, or a glass of wine.) Tickets are available on Biletix.com or at the Pera Museum reception on the day of the event. Friends of the Pera Museum enjoy a 20% discount.

About Together Concerts
Pera Museum continues to introduce audiences to the powerful female voices of the contemporary music scene with a new concert series titled "Together".

The "Together" concerts, scheduled for the last Friday of month, offer the chance to be amongst notable figures in music. Concert attendees also have the opportunity to tour the museum for free from 18:00 to 22:00 as a part of Long Friday.

The concert series is organized in collaboration with Pera Museum and Beats By Girlz Turkey, a music and technology initiative supporting young women who want to tell their stories through their music.

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