Türk keman virtüözü Bartu Elçi Özsoy ve Fransız piyanist Clement Caillier, 6 Şubat’ta meydan gelen Kahramanmaraş merkezli depremlerden etkilenen Türkiye ve Suriye’deki depremzede çocuklar için Fransa’nın başkenti Paris’te konser verdi.
Paris’te Hotel de Soubise’de, Türk müzisyen Özsoy’un inisiyatifiyle hayata geçirilen ve Fransa Cumhurbaşkanı Emmanuel Macron’un himayesinde Jeunes Talents Derneği’nce düzenlenen konserden elde edilen gelir, 6 Şubat’ta meydan gelen depremlerden etkilenen Türkiye ve Suriye’deki depremzede çocuklar için kullanılacak.
Konserin gelirleri, Birleşmiş Milletler Çocuklara Yardım Fonuna (UNICEF) ve bu kurumun Türkiye ve Suriye’deki ekiplerine bağışlanacak.
RecitHall platformundan canlı yayımlanan konserde, Türk keman virtüözü Elçi-Özsoy ve Fransız piyanist Caillier, “Türkiye ve Suriye’deki depremzede çocuklar için bağış” çağrısında bulundu.
Besteci Antonin Dvorak’ın “Annemin Öğrettiği Şarkılar” ve Johannes Brahms’ın “Ninnisi” eserleri konser repertuvarında yer alırken, Elçi-Özsoy ve Caillier, seyirciden gelen istek üzerine Mozart’ın Türk Marşı eserini iki kez çaldı.
Konsere, UNICEF Paris Saint-Denis Komitesi Başkanı Carole Bretos da katıldı.
Kampanyaya katkıda bulunmak isteyenler, UNICEF’in internet sayfasından 24 Nisan’a kadar bağış yapabilecek ve konser de bu tarihe kadar RecitHall platformundan izlenebilecek.
Paris’teki eğitim hayatına 11 yaşında başlayan Elçi-Özsoy, Paris Konservatuvarının keman, Paris Müzik Okulunun orkestra şefliği bölümlerinin en genç mezunları arasında yer alıyor ve iki kurumda da yüksek lisans ve bestecilik yapıyor.
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Bartu Elçi Özsoy, violinist virtuoso, recently took the stage in Paris to raise funds for the children affected by the recent earthquake in Turkey. With his incredible talent and compassionate heart, Bartu captivated the audience and helped to bring hope and aid to those in need.
Born in Istanbul, Bartu started playing the violin at six years old and quickly grew to become one of Turkey’s most prominent young musicians. He has performed in many prestigious venues throughout the world, including Carnegie Hall in New York and the Royal Albert Hall in London. His performances are known for their emotional depth and complexity, as he combines technical mastery with a deep understanding of the music he plays.
On November 8th, 2020, Bartu returned to Paris to play in a concert organized to benefit children affected by the earthquake that hit the Aegean Sea region of Turkey. The event took place at the prestigious Musée d’Orsay, a landmark institution in the heart of the city, and featured a program of classical and contemporary music.
Bartu’s performance was an unforgettable highlight of the evening. He played a breathtaking rendition of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D major, a challenging piece that requires immense skill and precision. Bartu’s playing was filled with passion and intensity, as he poured his heart and soul into the music. The audience was spellbound, and many were brought to tears by the beauty of his performance.
Beyond his exceptional talent, Bartu has always been committed to using his music to help others. He has performed in numerous benefit concerts for various causes, including raising awareness for autism and supporting young musicians. In this concert, Bartu’s music served as a powerful tool to raise funds and support for the children affected by the earthquake in Turkey.
The event was a great success, raising over 50,000 euros in support of the relief effort. The funds raised will be used to provide food, shelter, and medical care to those affected by the earthquake, especially children, who are among the most vulnerable victims. The concert was a testament to the power of music to bring people together and make a difference in the world.
In the end, Bartu’s performance was a celebration of hope and resilience, reminding us of the power of music to heal and inspire. His virtuosic playing and heartfelt compassion touched the hearts and minds of all who were fortunate enough to hear him play. It was a true testament to the transformative power of music, a force that can bring light in even the darkest moments.