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AyseDeniz / Bio

AyseDeniz completed her Masters in Piano Performance at the Royal Academy of Music in London under the tutelage of Christopher Elton, and received her Bachelors Degree at Eastman School of Music in Rochester NY, studying with Douglas Humpherys. She was also one of the last students of Rosalyn Tureck.

AyseDeniz was considered a child prodigy in her native Turkey and made her concerto debut when she was nine, with the Gordion Chamber Orchestra playing J.S. Bach’s Keyboard Concerto No. 5. At thirteen, she had already performed as a soloist with more than a dozen of orchestras.

Since then, she has performed around the world, including Moscow’s Musical Kremlin Festival, California’s Wavelength Festival; Sofia’s Piano Extravaganza Festival; 38th and 41st International Istanbul Music Festivals, 31st International Ankara Music Festival; Gouveia Art Rock Festival and Piano City Milan. She has also appeared on various TV channels, radio stations and magazines including Classic FM, CNN Turk, NTV, TRT, The Voice of Russia, International Piano Magazine, Andante, Opus, Vogue Turkey and Prog Rock Magazine.

After three of her piano arrangements of Pink Floyd songs in the style of Franz Liszt went viral, AyseDeniz attracted the attention of the progressive rock world, and was featured on the group's official Facebook and Twitter pages. Upon the requests of her fans, she completed a full album called "Pink Floyd Classical Concept", which has been released on iTunes and in limited hardcopy edition on her online store. 

She is currently touring with her Pink Floyd Classical Concept program, while working on a Classical Nirvana album, to be released in 2015. You can follow AyseDeniz from her Facebook page and watch her performances on YouTube.

General Info

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AyseDeniz GOKCIN
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Classical / Crossover / Rock/Pop

Contact Info

London, UK
Zeynep Akcakoca

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