What's New
  • Music Village 2018 Program!
  • Üçtelli Quartet fascinated the South Korea!
  • Preparation for the Music Village 2018 has started!
  • Our Album “Melodies with Üçtelli From Anatolia”
Turkey's first Music Village is now also in Germany
15. 12. 2018
Turkey’s first Music Village is now also in Bad Endbach-Germany! Seminars, workshops and concerts of the Music Village will now be held in Germany as well.
Process of Application
13. 04. 2018
Hi Music Village friend, we present you some questions and answers so that the process of application becomes easier for you.
Music Village 2018 Program!
09. 04. 2018
While the tree of the Music Village embraces the earth with its roots and the sky with its branches more tightly by the passing time, we are presenting you the 2018 Program which we prepared with diligence hoping to grow our tree.
Üçtelli Quartet Fascinated The South Korea!
14. 11. 2017
Üçtelli Quartet, made up of Üçtelli’s living legends and apprentices, gave two concerts and carried out one workshop in the 16th Jeonju International Sori Festival in Jeonju, Korea.
Our Album “Melodies with Üçtelli From Anatolia”
11. 09. 2017
Ali Ulutaş, Osman Kırca, Yusuf İhsan Bodur, who have been sepherds and living a life of nomads, and Mehmet Günay Eser who is a young üçtelli player came together fort he new album titled “Anadolu’dan Üçtelli Ezgiler” “Melodies with Üçtelli From Anatolia.”
Music Village Soul has been introduced in Mersin
02. 06. 2017
Turkey’s first and only Music Village project has been introduced in an event which took place in Mersin Ekinci Culture and Art Association on May 30, 2017, 18.30.

Meet the Music Village

Music Village, is a series of events and activities made up of concerts, workshops, lectures and seminars. You can join us by filling in the form available in our web site during the registration term. You can be one of the villagers living in nature and in nature’s music.

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Music Village

"Every music detached from soil is doomed to die."
Bela BARTOK

Music Village is an independent project by AKAD (Anatolian Music Cultures Research Association) members who have taken a voyage following nature’s music. They are aiming to bring people together who love nature and natural music.

Melodies with Üçtelli from Anatolia

Ali Ulutaş, Osman Kırca, Yusuf İhsan Bodur, who have been sepherds and living a life of nomads, and Mehmet Günay Eser who is a young üçtelli player came together fort he new album titled “Anadolu’dan Üçtelli Ezgiler” “Melodies with Üçtelli From Anatolia.”

It is available in all digital platforms and music markets!