Artists

Tuna Ötenel was born in Istanbul in 1947. He started playing piano at five years old. His father, Ahmetoğlu Cevdet Bey was a violinist and concert performer, and guided Tuna in his steps.

Ugur Gunes was born in 1974, in Izmir. He started studying at the D.E.U. State Conservatory in 1986 and graduated in 1996. Since 1998 he has played with a variety of bands in Istanbul.

Ülkem Özsezen studied Jazz Piano and Jazz Harmony with Ali Perret.

Umut Deniz

Umut Deniz

Guitar

Umut Deniz has been long around music scene. He has played so many gigs in almost all styles such as latin, jazz, blues, funk, rock and also some Turkish music.

Umut Oymak

Umut Oymak

Contrabass

Umut Ünleyen, the pianist born in Izmir, started his music life by playing the keyboard. In the following years, he continued his music career by playing classical and jazz music.

He was born in Ankara 1979. He started to show interest in piano when he was 5 years old.

Volkan Hürsever

Volkan Hürsever

Contrabass

He completed his undergraduate studies at İstanbul University State Conservatory as a Double bass major and later got his MA degree from the “Tambour” department of Haliç University Turkish Music C

Volkan Öktem was born on June 25, 1970 in Izmir. He became interested in music around the age of 7.

Yağız Nevzat İpek, along with taking courses from both Modern Music Academy and Bahçeşehir University Jazz Certificate Program, also worked with esteemed musicians of Turkey; some of these musician

Yahya Dai

Yahya Dai

Saxophone

Yahya Dai was born in Ankara in 1963. In 1974 he started playing soprano block flute and then switched to saxophone in 1981.

Yalçın Hasan Çebi, spending his childhood years in Germany where he started taking classic guitar lessons, recorded two EPs with his rock band in the 90s.

Yaşam Hancılar is a Turkish Jazz singer who is a devoted and passionate artist with many tangible qualities. He sings in a way that is charming you fully along.

After cutting his teeth on New York jazz for 17 years, an accomplished jazz guitarist Yavuz Akyazıcı, returned home to Istanbul to convert Turkey’s pop songs into popular jazz, the way American jazz m

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