Sergei Rachmaninoff | Trio élégiaque No. 1 in G minor
Anton Arensky | Piano Trio No.1, Op.32 in D minor
- Allegro moderato
- Finale: Allegro non troppo
Çetin Ceviz – Violin
Seren Karabey – Cello
Ecem Alnıaçık – Piano
As three young musicians, each of whom successfully carries out their profession in their own field, we have come together with great excitement and happiness. Due to our love for our country, our commitment and responsibility for the quality education we have received abroad, our primary desire to make good music is to be a part of the proud news for our country.
In our world, which is developing day by day, quality and vision have a very important place in music, as in every subject. Combining both Turkish and Western classical music under one roof, performing countless times on all stages of the world, especially on the stages of our country, and bringing them together with the global audience are among our sine qua non.
As the sons of this nation, we really care about carrying our name to the world on this path we have embarked on with great discipline and meticulousness. We do our best to keep our art and culture alive, and we sincerely hope that our ties with you, dear art lovers, will continue.
Cetin Ceviz – Violin
He was born in 1990 in Eskişehir. He graduated from Eskişehir Anadolu University State Conservatory in 2001 in the violin art branch of Prof. It started with Nazim Rzaev. Since 2003, he continued with Dr. Instructor Member Zenfira Zöhrabbekova.
In 2006, he won the Doğuş Children’s Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Conductor Renkm Gökmen. He took part in many concerts in Turkey with this orchestra.
In 2007, he won the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic Orchestra under the conductor Cem Mansur. He took part in many national and international concerts with this orchestra for 3 years, both as a chief violinist and as a first violinist.
In 2008, Prof.Dr. He was invited by Cihat Aşkın to the Caka (Cihat Aşkın and His Little Friends) project.
Ensemble continued his solo works and concerts with Cihat ASKIN at ITU Miami (Center for Advanced Studies in Music).
In 2010, at the invitation of the Mongolia-Ulan Bator Turkish Embassy, he played as a soloist with the Ulan Bator Philharmonic Orchestra under Conductor Cem Mansur and was highly appreciated by the Mongolian media. In the same year, he won the Akbank Chamber Orchestra and took part in many concerts with this orchestra as the first violinist. Again in 2010, he took part in concerts in Turkey and abroad as the 2nd violin band conductor of the Turkey-Armenia Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, which was established for the purpose of friendship, and as the chief violinist in 2012.
In 2011, Eskişehir Anadolu University State Conservatory Prof. Gülen Ege Serter graduated with high honors in his education. In the same year, Moscow P.I. After passing the postgraduate exam held by the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory commission, he became Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Prof. He qualified to study in Mikhail Gotsdiner’s violin class.
In 2015, he took part in concerts as the chief violinist in the Turkish-Greek Youth Orchestra project held on Rhodes Island. In the same year, upon the invitation of the Italian-Rome Turkish Embassy, he held a concert in commemoration of Atatürk on November 10 with Gülen Ege Serter at the Yunus Emre Cultural Center.
Cetin Ceviz, Moscow P.I. Professor at the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory. Alexander Rudin, Prof. Mikhail Olenev, Prof. Alexandr Korchaghin, Prof. Anna Yanchishina, Prof. Fyodor Belughin, Prof. He has worked with well-known musicians such as Rustem Kudoyarov.
In 2016, Moscow P.I. Çetin Ceviz, who successfully graduated from the undergraduate – graduate department of the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory, was entitled to continue his proficiency in art education in the solo violin branch of the string instruments department in the same year.
In 2018, Moscow P.I. Cetin Ceviz, who successfully completed his art proficiency education at the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory, has been in countries such as the Russian Federation, Germany, Austria, Italy, Thailand, Greece and Mongolia, as well as his concerts in Turkey.
Çetin Ceviz completed his 7-year study abroad period in Moscow with a success scholarship provided by a valuable businessman within Rönesans Holding.
Çetin Ceviz, who is also the violinist of the Camerata Anatolia chamber music group, actively continues his solo and chamber music concerts both in Turkey and abroad.
Seren Karabey – Cello
He was born in 1989 in Istanbul. He started his first music education at the age of eight by taking piano lessons. In 2000, he entered the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University State Conservatory and graduated from Prof. He started his cello training with Reşit Erzin. He graduated from the same institution in 2010.
In 2016, with the contributions of the Turkish Education Foundation Güsel Bilal Abroad Scholarship, together with the members of the Ludus Ensemble (as piano trio) at Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, Prof. He completed his graduate studies in Chamber Music with Niklas Schmidt.
In 2017, at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University State Conservatory, Prof. He completed his graduate studies with Reşit Erzin.
In 2005, he joined the International Youth Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Cem Mansur. Peter Bruns, Henri Demarquette, Arto Noras and Fine Arts Quartet, Yovan Markovitch’s cello masterclasses, with the Ludus Ensemble of which he is a founding member, and Eberhard Feltz, Itamar Golan, Ralf Gothoni, Juhani Lagerspetz, Michel Lethiec, Niklas Schmidt, Arnold Steinhardt and Auryn Quartet attended Yuri Bashmet’s chamber music masterclasses.
He performed Haydn’s Cello Concerto in D Major in 2010 and Beethoven’s Trio Concerto as the Ludus Ensemble in 2016. He worked at the Istanbul State Opera and Ballet between 2011-2014.
Seren Karabey still gives cello lessons as a lecturer at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University State Conservatory and continues her proficiency studies in art. In addition to the Ludus Ensemble and Camerata Anatolia Chamber Music groups, he continues to give concerts with Evren Büyükburç Erol as a cello-piano duo.
Seren Karabey actively continues her solo and chamber music concerts both at home and abroad.
Ecem Alniacik – Piano
She was born in 1991 in Bursa. She started to take her first piano lessons from Fethiye Sanlıkol at the age of 6. In 2005, she entered Bursa Zeki Müren AGSL (Anatolian Fine Arts High School).
Between 2007-2009 Mehmet Okonşar, between 2009-2011 Prof. She worked with Zöhrap Adıgüzelzade.
She graduated from Bursa Zeki Müren AGSL in 2009 as the top of her class. In the same year, she started her undergraduate education at Bursa Uludağ University State Conservatory. For 3 years, Assoc. She worked with Gökhan Aybulus.
In 2013, she completed her undergraduate education with Assoc. She completed it with Özgür Ünaldı.
In 2007, she took part as an active participant in the masterclasses of Kemal Gekic, Ilya Itin, Francesco Libetta and State Artist Gülsin Onay at the Gümüşlük Classical Music Festival.
In 2009, Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21 under the baton of Bursa Regional State Symphony Orchestra, in 2012, JSBach La Major Piano Concerto in the accompaniment of Uludag University State Conservatory Youth Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Dağhan Doğu, in 2013, conductor. Under the direction of Gürer Aykal, she performed Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23, accompanied by the Istanbul Sinfonietta. In 2019, he performed the first performance of N.Medtner’s piano concerto No. 1 in Bursa with the Bursa Regional State Symphony Orchestra.
In 2012, she had the opportunity to work with State Artist İdil Biret at AIMA (Ayvalık International Music Academy).
Between 2013-2015, she studied piano art in Moscow P.I. Professor at the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory. She continued with Irina Plotnikova. In 2015, she gave a recital at the Roman Marcellus Theater as part of the festival.
She won the third place in the İzmir Işılay Saygın Piano Competition in 2008, the third place in the Istanbul Pera International Piano Competition in 2011, the second place in the 1st Süreyya Opera National Piano Competition in 2013, and the third place in the 3rd Ahmet Adnan Saygun Piano Competition in 2015.
Prof. Dr. at Bursa Uludağ University State Conservatory to work on proficiency in art she continues with Özgür Ünaldı and also works as a lecturer at the same institution.
Ecem Alnıçık continues to actively perform solo and chamber music concerts both in Turkey and abroad.