4Seda Röder is a Turkish pianist who currently teaches in Boston.  Those of you who are interested in electroacoustic music may remember her performance back in April during the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival at the CUNY Graduate Center.  If you live near Boston, take a look at her website: she will be playing four concerts in the area between September and the end of the year.

Seda has been very active recently, performing and recording works by young Turkish composers including Tolga Yayalar and Hans Tutschku. She believes that most Americans don’t know much about young Turkish composers — I believe she is correct!

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3 Responses to “My Ears Are Open. This week on the podcast: Seda Röder”
  1. Matthias says:

    By the way, here is the performances of Tutschku’s piece from the NYCEMF:

    Hans Tutschku – Zellen Linien by Seda Röder

  2. Christian says:

    Tolga’s a terrific composer and a heckuva nice guy. Glad to see him on the homepage. Looking forward to hearing the Tutschku. Thanks for posting.

  3. Matthias says:

    Hi Christian!

    Yes, Tolga is great! Did you check out his recordings here

    http://music.sedaroeder.com/track/tolga-yayalar-in-the-temporal-gardens

    and here?

    http://tolgayayalar.bandcamp.com/album/works

    Best wishes!
    Matthias

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