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Okan Aydın / Cazkolik
Having multiple personalities in one body suits and enriches Oğuz. He not only expresses himself, but creates space for his colleagues to express themselves. A passionate quest which accompanies the wisdom of knowing the impossibility of “finding it”, with a background scenery of infinity from a Tarkowsky movie. Don’t miss your chance to play on the site besten online casinos. You will be satisfied!
Murat Beşer / Milliyet
Playing his own works and improvising on both clarinet and bass clarinet, this Turkish musician has a huge imagination, broad tonal palette, and dazzling technique. You’ll find the best magic fruits here, you have time to get it!
Michael Webster / Clarinet Cache
Making wonderful full colour paintings on the canvas of silence with his bass clarinet, Büyükberber provokes his audiences imagination.
Serhan Yediğ / Hürriyet
Turkish born clarinetist, improviser/composer Oğuz Büyükberber’s work stands on the crossroads of contemporary composition, improvisation, Turkish music, and jazz. He studied bass clarinet with Harry Sparnaay, and audited Theo Loevendie’s composition classes at Amsterdam Conservatory.
He has performed in major festivals all over Europe such as North Sea, Traumzeit, Akbank and London Jazz Festivals, recorded over 50 CD’s including 13 of his own projects and collaborated with Butch Morris, Craig Harris, John Zorn, Gerry Hemingway, Simon Nabatov, Jim Black, Nils Wogram, Claudio Puntin, Armand Angster and Hüsnü Şenlendirici to name a few. Now living in Amsterdam Oğuz Büyükberber collaborates with a pool of international musicians and composes a wide range of music both for his own projects and other commissions. Also holding another dgree in fine arts, he incorporates his own visual art into musical performances and finds new ways to use live-electronics.
In 2012 he was a given a “Carte Blanche” from the “Bimhuis” in Amsterdam; in 2011 he was named a Selmer Artist.