February 09, 2021

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Recent Bilkent Symphony Orchestra concerts are now being broadcast online on the Bilkent Symphony Digital platform. They may be accessed at https://ticket.bilkent.edu.tr/

“Classic Brass”

Bilkent Brass Ensemble

P. Dukas | Fanfare to precede

“La Péri”

R. Premru | Five Movements from Divertimento

G. Gershwin | “An American in Paris”

G. Rossini | “Largo al factotum”

G. Gershwin | “Rhapsody in Blue”

G. Bizet | “Carmen” Suite

Recording: November 29, 2020, Bilkent Concert Hall


“Vestiges of the Past”

Bilkent Symphony Orchestra

Ayrton Desimpelaere, conductor

Dritan Gani, double bass

C.P.E. Bach | Symphony in D major, H. 663 (Wq. 183/1)

C.D. von Dittersdorf | Concerto for Double Bass in E major

P.I. Tchaikovsky |

“Souvenir de Florence,” Op. 70

Recording: December 10, 2020, Bilkent Concert Hall


“Horn, Horn”

Ayrton Desimpelaere, conductor

Mustafa Kaplan, horn

Hasan Erim Hacat, horn

G.F. Handel | “Messiah” Overture

A. Rosetti | Concerto for Two Horns and Orchestra, RWV C60

I. Stravinsky | “Pulcinella” Suite

Recording: December 17, 2020, Bilkent Concert Hall


Tuesday, February 9

SEC Talks: “Girişimcilik,” by Hüseyin Özer, at 6 p.m.


Thursday, February 11

“İlim ve Fen Tesadüfen,” by Prof. Fatih Ağalar, at 6 p.m. Organized by Atatürkçü Düşünce Topluluğu.

Wednesday, February 10

Klasik Türk Müziği Topluluğu introductory meeting, at 7 p.m.

Thursday, February 11

Meeting with the Mandarin Hotel, Bodrum executives, at 6 p.m. Organized by THM.

Friday, February 12

Bilkent Atatürkçü Düşünce Topluluğu introductory meeting, at 6 p.m.


Wednesday, February 10

“Area and Co-area Formulas for Maps into Metric Spaces,” by  Behnam Esmayli (University of Pittsburgh, PA), at 6 p.m. Organized by MATH.

Thursday, February 11

“Aristotle’s Elements and a Problem for Change,” by Mary Krizan (University of Wisconsin), at 5 p.m. Organized by PHIL.

Friday, February 12

“Liftable Homeomorphisms of Finite Abelian P-group Regular Branched Covers Over the 2-sphere and the Projective Plane,” by Yıldıray Ozan (METU), at 3:40 p.m. Organized by MATH.