Istanbul Governor Ali Yerlikaya visited Composer Prof Dr Alâeddin Yavaşca at the hospital where he is being treated. Governor Yerlikaya stated during the visit that the name of Classical Turkish music artist and medical doctor Prof Dr Alâeddin Yavaşca was given to the Fine Arts High School in Küçükçekmece. Yavaşca, who made important contributions to Turkish music, will be a source of inspiration for students.
Istanbul Governor Ali Yerlikaya visited classical Turkish music artist and medical doctor Prof. Dr. Alâeddin Yavaşca at the hospital where he is being treated and wished that he would get well soon.
After chatting with Prof. Dr. Yavaşca and his family for a while, Governor Yerlikaya received information from his doctors about the health status of Prof. Dr. Yavaşca.
During the visit, Governor Yerlikaya was presented with the book of Prof. Dr. Alâeddin Yavaşca by Ayten Yavaşca, wife of Prof. Dr. Yavaşça, after he expressed his wishes for his healing in the daybook.
The name of the composer Prof. Dr. Alâeddin Yavaşca was given to a School
Governor Yerlikaya stated during the visit that Prof. Dr. Yavaşca's name was given to Atakent Fine Arts High School in Küçükçekmece.
The name of Prof. Dr. Alâeddin Yavaşca, the living plane of Turkish music, was given to the Fine Arts High School in Küçükçekmece for his contributions to Turkish music with his compositions and lyrics throughout his art life.
Yavaşca's name will be a source of inspiration for the students of Prof. Dr. Alâeddin Yavaşca Fine Arts High School, which has 24 classrooms, 808 students and provides preparatory class +4 years of education.
The Plane of Turkish Music: Prof. Dr. Alâeddin Yavaşca
Yavaşca was born in Kilis in 1926 and graduated from Istanbul University Faculty of Medicine in 1951. Having worked in various hospitals in his professional life, Prof. Dr. Yavaşca contributed to the literature by preparing scientific publications.
Yavaşca, who started to be interested in music at an early age, took lessons from the masters of Classical Turkish Music and became one of the representatives of the practice (meşk) culture. After his music education, Yavaşca took important positions such as choir conductor in Turkish radios and within TRT.
Yavaşça, who received an honorary doctorate title from universities, was given the 2008 "Presidential Culture and Art Grand Prize" in the Music category and the 2010 "Parliament Outstanding Service Award" in the Art branch, as well as over 200 awards in various fields.
Yavaşça, the living plane of Turkish Classical Music, has composed the music of many films as well as countless compositions and lyrics throughout his art life.
Among the best-known compositions of Yavaşça are pieces such as "Artık Bu Solan Bahçede Bülbüllere Yer Yok" (No Place for Nightingales in This Fading Garden Anymore) and "Geçmesin Günümüz Sevgilim Yasla" (Let's not Spend our Days by Mourning my Dear).
Türk müziğimizin çınarı Prof. Dr. Alâeddin Yavaşca hocamızı ziyaret ettim. Allah'tan acil şifalar diliyorum.❤️— Ali Yerlikaya (@AliYerlikaya) January 28, 2021
Hocamızın adı Küçükçekmece'deki Güzel Sanatlar Lisemizde yaşayacak ve öğrencilerimize ilham kaynağı olacak.
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