Boston Turkish Film and Music Festival8th ANNUAL BOSTON TURKISH FILM FESTIVAL SM
March 27 - May 9, 2009

Onur Dilisen

Violin Recital


Onur Dilisen, violin - Student of Lynn Chang
Miles Goldberg, piano

S. Prokofiev; violin concerto no.1 D major
C. Saint-Saens; Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
J. Brahms; violin sonata no.3 D minor


Friday, April 17    8:00 p.m.
Seully Hall
The Boston Conservatory

8 The Fenway, Boston


Onur Dilisen was born in Izmir, Turkey in 1981. His father was an artist and his mother was a music teacher. In 1992, he started his music education as a piano student in Hacettepe Conservatory, in Ankara. After 1994, he continued studying violin in Dokuz Eylül Conservatory in Izmir. His teachers were Arman Özarin, Atilla Isiksun ve Kadriye Incearap.

In 2002, he moved to the United States to continue his violin education. He received his undergraduate degree and GPD from the Longy School of Music; studying in Valeria Kuchment's studio. He currently works towards getting his Master's degree in the same school. Since 2008, he has been studying in Lynn Chang's studio to graduate in May 2009. After his graduation he plans to stay in the U.S. and form a chamber ensemble. He also has been playing in local orchestras for the last five years. Besides classical music, he is interested in many different kinds of music. Since 2006, he has been playing in a world fusion ensemble called Esthema. With his band, he has performed in many prestigious places in Boston and New England area. 



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