Turkish Music Lesson

Saz Baglama Turkish Music Lesson

Turkish Music – Saz – Baglama Lesson with our guest from Canada – March 2016 – Istanbul

Turkish Musical Instrument Workshops in Istanbul

We as a Les Arts Turc Team offers you a change to learn the basic & advanced levels of Traditional Turkish Music with different Instruments. We have professional teachers and will be happy to teach you the techniques and imporving yourself during your visit in istanbul. They also can help you finding the right instrument for you.

For the music lovers, we can offer teaching lessons for the following Turkish Instruments ;

Ney Lesson
Ud – Oud Lesson
Kanun, Lesson
Saz Lesson
Tambur Lesson
Darbuka Lesson
Bendir – Turkish Drums and Rhythms Lesson
Classical Turkish Kemence Lesson
Rebab Lesson
Turkish Classical, Sufi and Folk Music System Lesson

The lessons are given private or group upon request by our teachers in our art galley and work shop area located in Sultanahmet.

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