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[...] In the opening ceremony, the festival’s Honorary Award was presented to the conductor Professor Rengim Gökmen, the music director of the Presi

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[…] In the opening ceremony, the festival’s Honorary Award was presented to the conductor Professor Rengim Gökmen, the music director of the Presidential State Symphony Orchestra and founder/principal conductor of the Doğuş Children’s Symphony Orchestra. Awarded every year since 2012 to promising young classical musicians, the Aydın Gün Encouragement Award was granted to the 22 year-old pianist Can Çakmur in its seventh edition. Çakmur’s award was presented by İKSV chairman Bülent Eczacıbaşı. The 47th opened with the concert of the young pianist Seong-Jin Cho, the winner of the 17th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition, and the Tekfen Philharmonic Orchestra, the festival’s Opening […] performance with the RAI National Symphony Orchestra last year. The festival will salute Istanbul with special concerts at the Grand Bazaar and Sirkeci Terminal, as well the Music Route that is headed to the city’s oldest neighborhoods Galata and Karaköy. Human Requiem, which refers to the theme of the festival ‘Darkness of Being, Lightness of Being,’ will be performed on June 28 and 29 at Zorlu PSM. Fazıl Say, who has continuously impressed listeners and critics all over the world for more than 25 years, will perform at the closing concert of the festival on June […] Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Liang Zhang. The event will host music lovers in 15 venues in Istanbul such as the Hagia Eirene Museum, Boğaziçi University Albert Long Hall, İş Sanat Concert Hall, Lütfi Kırdar Convention and Exhibition Centre, Rahmi M. Koç Museum, Süreyya Opera House, Zorlu PSM, Grand Bazaar and Neve Shalom Synagogue. ECONOMY Turkey’s Central Bank keeps key rate unchanged at 24 percent

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