Hande Dalkılıç – My Favorite Romantics

Hande Dalkılıç – My Favorite Romantics


February 20th, 2019


The many concerts and CDs of piano virtuoso Hande Dalkilic featuring Turkish composers, along with being the pianist that performed the premiere of many these composers’ works, have made her known as “the artist that protects and develops Turkish piano heritage”. Now in a new album she presents the music of Romantic age composers.

So far she has recorded the CDs: Solo Piano Works by Ahmed Adnan Saygun (BMP) Piano Concerto Op.34 Nr.1 by Ahmed Adnan Saygun (BMP), “Variations on an Istanbul Song” for Piano and Orchestra by Cemal Resit Rey, “Country Colors” by Muammer Sun (KALAN), “Complete Works for Solo Piano” by Ulvi Cemal Erkin (KALAN), “Tunes of the Upper Euphrates” by Cetin Isikozlu (KALAN). In this new album, there are the music of the composers known as representatives of the Romantic period, the poet virtuosos of piano, Frederic Chopin, as well as Franz Liszt and Louis Moreau Gottschalk. Under the title “My Favorite Romantics” by KALAN Music, we find some of Hande Dalkilic’s favorite pieces of the Romantic Age, which she likes to perform also in her concerts.

The album “My Favorite Romantics” supported by Nurol Holding a friend of the arts, is now available on all music markets and digital media platforms.

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