© Maarten Laupman

KARSU

live recording in de Doelen

Did you miss out on the online concert of Karsu? No worries! Book your online ticket for the new broadcast date.

We enjoyed the online concert of Karsu and her band so much! The positive and beautiful reactions to the online stream keep pouring in.

Dutch-Turkish singer and pianist Karsu is an extraordinary musical talent. From an early age she has been fascinated by bringing different people, opinions and cultures together. In her music, Karsu brings ingredients from different corners of the world and genres together into a harmonious, colorful and unique whole. For her fourth album Karsu she found inspiration in the streets of China, in the Desa of Bali, on the hills of Los Angeles and in the mountains of southern Turkey. Prepare for a versatile musical journey!

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“Her voice is a powerful weapon that sounds crystal clear and very accessible in English, while he moves and mystifies in Turkish.”

Het Parool

program

length 55 minutes | language NL | subtitles EN​

how do I watch the online stream?​​

watch in a browser 
on a phone, tablet or computer​

The concert can be live streamed using all major browsers. Click on the link above to access the online stream. This will open a new tab where the event will start.

FAQ about live- and online streaming

tickets

online concert ticket | €12,50
watch together | €25,00

donations

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credits

co-production with Mystiek Productions

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