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Beat the Blues with a January Concert at Gregynog

Beat the January blues by joining us in the Music Room at Gregynog for a performance by violinist Ezo Sarici of Sinfonia Cymru and Turkish Pianist Deniz Cengiz.

Ezo, who started music aged 4 at the Royal Academy of Music “First String Experience” program, performed at Gregynog with Sinfonia Cymru last year and fell in love with the Music Room.

She returns with Turkish pianist Deniz Cengiz who also began her musical education at the age of 4 in Istanbul, Turkey. The duo’s repertoire will include Brahms Sonatas, Piazzolla and Gershwin.

Ezo studied at Junior Guildhall before attending the Yehudi Menuhin School. She has performed in concert halls like: The Royal Festival Hall, Barbican Centre, Birmingham Symphony Hall, The Wales Millennium Centre, St John’s Smith Square, Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace.

Deniz has won prizes from numerous international competitions. She won 2nd prize in the International Piano Competition in Milan-Piano Talents, 2nd prize in the International Bursa Nilufer Piano Competition and 3rd prize in the Paris International Piano Competition. In 2019 Deniz won the Honourable mention in the First Cukurova Piano Competition and participated in the Robert Schumann Piano Competition and the Pianale International Piano Course Competition.

Their concert will be an absolute treat for music lovers so book your tickets now.

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    Since 2019 Gregynog has been run by a charitable Trust. Our vision is to be Wales’ most welcoming home for nature and the arts. We have a huge amount of work to do to restore our Grade 1 listed gardens and repair the Grade 2 star listed hall. Our grounds are open to everyone, every day and we are run a varied programme of events from Fairy and Halloween Trails to classical concerts in our Music Room.

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