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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The eighth International Istanbul Opera Festival, organized by the State Opera and Ballet, kicked off on June 13 with “Abduction from the Seraglio.”
Istanbul’s Sabancı University Drama Club is preparing to stage its first English-language performance in Turkey, the Ancient Greek tragedy “Medea.”
Russia’s Bolshoi Theater has provoked a scandal with the first production in its reopened historic home which was booed and whistled by part of the opening night audience.
The 738th International Rumi reunion anniversary events will start on Dec. 7 in the Central Anatolian province of Konya. Konya Gov. Aydın Nezih Doğan said that they expected a record number of visitors to come to the province this year for the festivities.
The 13th Big Ankara Circus organized by the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality will meet the people of Turkey’s capital city today.
Graduates of French schools in Turkey commemorated the life of Gökşin Sipahioğlu, photojournalist and founder of Sipa Press...
The northwestern town of Bursa’s Ottoman-style military band, known as “mehter,” and folkloric songs chorus has been to eight countries in one year, covering a distance of 60,000 kilometers.
Almost seven decades after the Holocaust, Warsaw’s Chamber Opera is marking its own anniversary with performances of rare works from composers who lost their lives in Nazi Germany’s genocide.
The 16th International Ankara Theater Festival, organized by the Foundation for Social Research, Culture and Art (TAKSAV) started Nov. 18 at the Büyük Theater.