USA Camp Event Music Teachers past and future

RACHID HALIHAL

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Read more...Arabic oud, Arabic singing

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Is a world class musician who began his studies in his native land of Morocco as a child. He is classically trained.

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ALI KAHYA

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Read more... Turkish singing, maqam, ensemble class

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A longtime professional entertainer, is a diversely skilled musician, playing and singing in both Eastern and Western styles.

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SEIDO SALIFOSKI

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Read more...Turkish darbuka

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A Roma born to a singer mother and a folk dancer father in Prilep, Macedonia, Seido has palyed darbuka / dumbek in Balkan and Middle Eastern style for 30 years. With his extensive experience playing Turkish, Greek, Balkan, and Middle Eastern percussion

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OSSAMA FAROUK

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Read more...Arabic tabla (Instructor/performer)

Ossama Farouk, known as Farouk to friends and colleagues, is a self-taught performer of Middle Eastern percussion.  Egyptian-born, he has been playing the popular Arabic hand drum instrument named table (other names for this drum include darbuka, dumbek, doumbek, derbakeh) since the age of 5.  A natural talent, he was the first in his family to develop a passion for music and percussion.

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MIKE UZATMACIYAN

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Read more...Turkish oud, singing

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Was born in Diyarbakir, Turkey. He took his first music lessons from his father.He played cumbus until he moved the States at the age of 17 where he picked up the oud. Mike has been performing in the New York City area ever since.

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UMUT YASMUT

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Turkish kanun

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Studied kanun, chorus and violin at the Bogazici Music Foundation in Istanbul. He has performed in concert with many classical Turkish singers, such as the Erkose Brothers, Inci Cayirli, Safia Ayla, and many others. He has been living and performing in NYC since 1998

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SONER CICEK

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 Read more...Turkish Baglama, Saz

Soner Cicek was born in Mus, Turkey and grew up in Izmir. At the age of 9, he began playing the Saz and the Tar, eventually becoming an expert on these two instruments. He graduation from the Conservatory of Music in Izmir with a degree in Turkish music and after his graduation he was asked to stay on in a teaching position.Over the years he has participated in concerts all over the world.Since 1993, Soner has been living Carrboro, NC.

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TAYYAR AKDENIZ

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Read more... Turkish rhythms, davul

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Has been involved as a dancer, musician and director of folkloric troupes for 25 years in Turkey. He is a highly respected, seasoned performer who has delighted audiences throughout Europe, Asia, the Far East, Mexico and in the United States. As a singer and musician, his skills with song, the baglama (lute), davul (drum) and kasiklar (wooden spoons) are much in demand.

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TAMER PINARBASI

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Read more...Turkish Kanun:

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Tamer; born in Karaman, Turkey in 1970, Tamer Pinarbasi attended the Istanbul Technical University State Conservatory of Turkish Music, where he developed his own technique for playing the kanun .

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ISMAIL LUMANOVSKI

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Read more...Turkish, Balkan Clarinet

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Ismail Lumanovski was born in Bitola, Macedonia in the year 1984, and started playing the clarinet at the age of nine. He made his debut in 1998, with the Macedonian Philharmonic, and his U.S.A. debut in 2002 with the World Youth Symphony Orchestra at Interlochen Arts Camp.

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OMAR FARUK TEKBILEK

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Read more...Turkish Kaval, Nay, Zurna and Baglama

Omar is now one of the most sought-after musicians, whose work transcends political boundaries while maintaining traditional sensibilities inaway few artists can manag. Omar Faruk was a musical prodigy. He was born in Adana, Turkey to a musical family who nurtured his precocious talents. At the age of eight, he began his musical career by developing proficiency on the kaval, a small diatonic flute.

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KARIM NAGI

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Read more... Arabic tabla, advanced finger cymbals

Instructor/ performer is a native Egyptian who has lived in the Boston area for over 20 years. Karim performs primarily Arabic, Turkish and Andalusian hand percussion, including the Egyptian Tabla (goblet drum), Riqq (tambourine) and Segat (brass castanets also known as finger cymbals).

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