Ezgi Ergin Violin

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Ezgi Ergin, violin

 

Ezgi Ergin was born in Ankara, Turkey, 1987. She has worked at Ankara State Opera and Ballet Orchestra. She played in festivals which were Aspendos, İstanbul, Bursa, Mardin, Gaziantep in Turkey and Saaremaa in Estonia; worked at Samsun State Opera and Ballet Orchestra and Antalya State Opera and Ballet Orchestra.

 

She studied at Bilkent University of Music and Performing Arts in Ankara and graduated with honours, studied with Mihail Mahmudov, Elena Posnova, Prof. Sarvar Ganiev. She studied with Mintcho Mintchev in masterclass at the school in 2002 and 2006, Tuncay Yılmaz in masterclass at Hacettepe Conservatory in 2006, Prof. Joshua Epstein in Akademi IKSEV International Violin Masterclass in 2008, Ellen Jewet and Özcan Ulucan in masterclass of Akademi Datça 2008 International Summer Music Camp, Esen Kıvrak in İzmir 2017, also studied with Oktay Dalaysel and Davut Aliyev several times. She studied piano with Nigar Ethem too. She played in youth orchestras which were Bilkent Music Preparatory Orchestra, Bilkent Youth Symphony Orchestra, National Youth Symphony Orchestra in Turkey and Jungenc Philarmonie Orchestra in Germany, played in “Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt” “Young Euro Classic – European Music Summer” Festival in Berlin 2009; played as a soloist and chamber music player at Bilkent Concert Hall, A. Adnan Saygun Concert Hall, Central Bank, Middle East Technic University, Ankara University Ahmet Taner Kışlalı Hall, Hacettepe Conservatory Concert Hall, İzmir Art, Bülent Ecevit Culture Centre and Ankara University State Conservatory Concert Hall in Turkey. Her composition was played in final concert of Composition Competition of Mersin International Music Festival in 2015. She played as a soloist in Young Soloists Recital at Ankara Opera Hall 2016. In violin category, she was awarded with 2nd prize in London International Music Competition in 2018.

 

Ezgi Ergin has been working at Ankara State Opera and Ballet Orchestra since 2009 and playing in festivals with the orchestra.

 

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