KK organizes concerts in unusual venues such as caves, ancient oil presses, living rooms, town squares, a Selcuk caravansary and hospital, Byzantine churches and monasteries, an Ottoman medresse, and art galleries.
We seek to close the boundaries between performers and listeners by enabling interaction and by informalizing the concert venues in ways that both reflect the historical origins of chamber music as well as offer a personal immediacy that can be hard to find in large modern concert halls.
For thousands of years the land now known as Turkey has been a major crossroads, and the fragments of hundreds of different civilizations are visible side by side. KK aspires to connect players from around the globe in order to make music together in these fragments of multicultural and historical sites thus feeding the imaginations that interpret the musical classics of both the East and West.
The 8th International Cappadocia Music Festival takes place between the 25 August - 9 September 2018 and opens the unique stage of Cappadoccia to classical music lovers.
Suite No. 2 BWV 1067 for flute and strings
In is unknown when exactly Johann Sebastian Bach wrote his Suite for Orchestra No. 2 in B minor, BWV 1067. It is a vibrant and fast-paced work, leaning towards the entertainment side of pure music. This suite is one of four such works that the composer wrote in his lifetime. These four works are fine examples of a lighter style and display some of the interesting ways that Bach would use to approach the festive side of music making.
Art of the Fugue, BWV 1080
Gamba Sonata No:1, BWV 1027
Brandenburg Concerto no.:6, BWV 1048