Borusan
Music House
History

Borusan Music House was founded in 2010 in the building at Istanbul’s art and culture center Istiklal Street with the aim of expanding Borusan Sanat’s activities to a broader scale and to present both the artists and art enthusiasts with a different experience. During its first three years, the Borusan Music House contributed to the evergrowing art life of the city with an intense programme focusing on new music, world music, jazz and interdisciplinary performances. The Borusan Music House has brought musicians and ensembles from different branches of music to the Istanbul audience, some for the first time. The Borusan Music House has thus contributed immensely to Borusan Sanat’s goal of supporting and expanding classical music and contemporary forms, especially with its events in the field of new music. Aside from music and performance events, the Borusan Music House has drawn followers of the visual arts by hosting annual exhibits and other curatorial exhibitions for one of Borusan Sanat’s affiliates Art Center/Istanbul. Among the exhibitions held at the Borusan Music House are “Matter-Light I” and “Matter-Light II” curated by Richard Castelli, “Cosmic Latte” curated by Suzanne Egeran, “Tidelines” curated by Marketa Haila, “Revolution Revelation” by Mercan Dede and Carlito Dalceggio, and Seçkin Pirim’s exhibitions. The Borusan Music House has become Borusan Art’s central location since November 2014 and continues its activities in recent years by presenting original projects. Among these projects are “Nova Muzak Series” in collaboration with Kod Müzik, “New Sounds of Berlin and Istanbul” in collaboration with Berlin based art institution RadialSystem V and XJAZZ Istanbul concerts.

Share on

BMH ON TWITTER
Yükleniyor...
BORUSAN KLASİK