Aynur Doğan's concert to be held on Friday, May 20 at Derince Open Air Stage has been cancelled. Citizens, after the news in the press, who is Aynur Doğan? Why was the Aynur Doğan concert cancelled? Where is he from, how old is he, what are his songs and albums? He started to search for questions and topics on the Internet. Here are the answers to the questions in your mind in this news…
Aynur Dogan March 1, 1975 in the year Tunceli'was also born. Kurdish origin singer Aynur Doğan sings folk songs. Aynur Doğan took the stage in many cities during the cultural events held by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in European capitals in 2004 and 2005.
He appeared with his songs in Yavuz Turgul's Gönül Yarası and Fatih Akın's Istanbul Memories: Crossing the Bridge. Hacivat Karagöz also sang a piece in the music album of the movie Why Killed. He took part in the albums of Metin Kemal Kahraman, Orient Expressions, Kardeş Türçiler, Ahmet Aslan – Mikail Aslan and many more. He gave concerts with many musicians in various parts of the world and Turkey.
During his youth, he brought together 4 albums with the names of Ateş Yanmanca, Seyir, Keçe Kurdân and Nûpel with music lovers. After these albums, he aroused great interest, and in the movie Gönül Yarası directed by Yavuz Turgul, he established a throne in the hearts of the listeners with the Kurdish folk song. Later, the scene in Fatih Akın's documentary film titled Istanbul Memories – Crossing the Bridge received great attention in the international media. In 2006, it was chosen as one of the most influential performances at WOMEX (World Music Expo), which took place in Seville, Spain and where world-famous organizers also took part. In 2005 and 2010, two big concert tours took place with the Nederlands Blazers Ensemble, one of the best woodwind bands in the Netherlands, and took part in the album Turqoise, which consists of live recordings of the concerts.
He was featured as the cover star in The Times' supplement titled Turkey's culture and riches, dated March 21, 2005.
Ayşen Gruda sang a piece in the music album of the movie "Why was Hacivat Karagöz Killed" starring Beyazıt Öztürk and Haluk Bilginer. She has given concerts in various parts of our country and the world with many musicians from the past to the present. Aynur Doğan, who is also the guest of many television and radio programs in Europe, has managed to be among the best-selling albums in the field of Kurdish music in recent years.
In 2017, he was awarded the Mediterranean Music Master of the Year Award by the Berklee School of Music Mediterranean Institute, the prestigious music school of America. The award was presented to him at the ceremony held at Berklee Performance Center on March 2017, 16.
Why was Aynur Doğan Derince Concert Canceled?
In the statement made by Derince Municipality regarding the cancellation of the Aynur Doğan concert, the following statements were included: "As a result of the detailed examination, it was determined that the concert organization to be held by a private company within the borders of our district was not suitable, and the event was canceled by our municipality."
Where is Aynur Dogan from and how old is she?
47 XNUMX-year-old singer Aynur Doğan Tunceli'is from. The singer has released numerous albums.
Aynur Doğan's albums
- 2002: Cruising
- 2004: Felt Kurdan (Kurdish Girl)
- 2005: Bahar, Kardes Folk Songs
- 2005: Miraz (I wish) with Mikail Aslan
- 2005: Nûpel (New Leaf)
- 2010: Rewend (Nomad/Nomad)
- 2013: Hevra (Together/Together)
- 2020: Hedûr (The Solace Of Time)
Albums featuring Aynur Doğan
- Hawniyaz (Cemil Qocgiri) (2016)
- Guldunya Songs, (2008)
- Zülfü Livaneli From One Generation to Another, Offended to the Mountains Ali (2016)
- Cemil Qocgiri, Tembur & Harp (2015), Heya (2005)
- Kardes Folk Songs, Spring (2005)
- Mercan Dede, Nefes (Breath) (2006)
- Mikail Aslan, Miraz (2005)
- Orient Expressions, Divan (2004)
- Nederland Blazer Ensemble, Turqoise (2006)
- Purple and Beyond, Bullets (2012)
- A. Rıza – Hüseyin Albayrak, He Said So Love (2013), Shah Hatayi Sayings (2005)
- Metin Kemal Kahraman, Ferfecir (1999), Sürella (2000)
- Lütfü Gültekin, Rose Folk Songs (2003), Derman is Ours (1999)
- Grup Yorum, Walking (2003)