Pianist Büşra Kayıkçı Gives Concert in Hungary

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Turkish pianist Büşra Kayıkçı gave a concert in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, within the scope of the Turkish-Hungarian Culture Year.

Many guests, as well as Türkiye's Ambassador to Budapest Gülşen Karanis Ekşioğlu, attended the program organized by Budapest Yunus Emre Institute (YEI).

At the concert held at the Budapest Cultural Heritage House, pianist Kayıkçı performed his own compositions named Quba, Fernweh, Birth and Olive.

She Records “Tuna” with Una Corda Piano

Making statements about his compositions at the concert, Kayıkçı expressed his satisfaction in being together with Hungarian art lovers with the initiative of YEI within the scope of the cultural year.

Kayıkçı stated that he had the opportunity to record his piece "Danube" (Tuna)  on a specially designed Una Corda piano in Vac, Hungary, and therefore coming to Hungary was much more meaningful for him.

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