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Anil Eraslan Anil Eraslan

He graduated and got his masters degree from Strasbourg Conservatory where he studied under Frank van Lamsweerde and Marc Coppey. Studying contemporary music, jazz, and free improvising under Vincent Courtois, Anssi Kartunnen, Eric Watson, Benjamin Moussay, he gave solo concerts and concerts with baroque, classical and contemporary music ensembles, was invited to Musica and Jazz d‘Or festivals. His main band Auditive Connection has been accepted to L’Illiade Young Talents Festival and ‘France o Folies’ and performed during ‘Turkish Season in France’ and in İstanbul.

His duet with Christine Ott, a prominent Ondes Martenot player, participated to many concerts in europe. In 2010 summer, he participated to ISCMS Istanbul 2010 with Sumru Ağıryürüyen where he also played in concerts with Ayşe Tütüncü, John Lindberg, Trilok Gurtu and Karl Berger. Duet with John Lindberg called 'Juggling-Kukla' is created there in Istanbul.

He currenty plays with Sumru Ağıryürüyen in many different projects such as their duet ‘Sert Sessizler’ and the quartet ‘5’ with Oğuz Büyükberber and Cenk Erdoğan. Besides his contemporary and improvised music projects in many different cities in Europe, he’s teaching the cello and doing improvised music workshops in Illkirch.

As a photographer, he participated to many exhibitions in Turkey and in France and is awarded by Geniş Açı Young Talents Project, Nancy Jazz Pulsations, Px3 and Center of Fine Arts in Fort Collins in USA.


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