In the field of music, “Steppe flower” Neset Ertas will be commemorated with an international program on the 10th anniversary of his death in Kirsehir, which is included in the Creative Cities Network in Turkey by UNESCO.
In Kirsehir, which is included in the Creative Cities Network in Turkey by UNESCO in the field of music, “Steppe lily” Neset Ertas will be commemorated with an international program on the 10th anniversary of his death. Ertas 10th Anniversary Commemoration Program will be organized. The commemoration program, in which representatives from UNESCO’s music cities will also participate, will contribute to the international promotion of the Anatolian Abdal tradition, especially Neset Ertas.
It will be held at the Neset Ertas Culture and Art Center
The commemoration program will start with a panel to be held at the Neşet Ertaş Culture and Art Center on September 23. On the same day, artists from Georgia, Germany and Italy will start with a cortege march, drum and zurna show, protocol speeches and a ceremony. concerts. will be set.
On the second day, after the joint press conference with the representatives of the participating countries, the Municipality Abdallar Group concert and concerts and performances of groups from different provinces will be held. and a mawlid program will be held. He stated that Neşet Ertaş is the pioneer of the Anatolian Abdal tradition and the greatest representative of the bozlak culture with her modest life, the touch of her songs to people and life, her unique voice and interpretation.
Emphasizing that they organize various organizations in order to keep this tradition alive, to reach the value it deserves and to pass it on to future generations, Ekicioğlu said, “We think that the UNESCO International Neşet Ertaş 10th Anniversary Program, which we prepared as Kirsehir Municipality, will become even more beautiful this year.
It is a great opportunity to bring the members of UNESCO cities closer to each other. Our poet Neşet Ertaş was awarded the title of ‘Living Human Treasure’ by UNESCO in 2009 before he passed away in 2012. A three-day program on September 23-24-25.”