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Ates¸ Orga is a writer and a record producer who has taught at both Surrey and Istanbul Technical Universities. His books include biographies of Beethoven and Chopin, and he contributes regularly to Cornucopia, Andante, and International Piano. Ates Orga is director of Music Management Studies at the Dr Erol Üçer Center for Advanced Musical Research, Istanbul Technical University. He is the son of Irfan Orga, author of Portrait of a Turkish Family, and The Caravan Moves On.
Ateş Orga reviews Moshinsky’s ‘Mozart in Turkey’
When Cornucopia sent Ateş Orga to cover the Istanbul Music festival, it was no routine assignment. It was a chance for him to retrace the footsteps of his father, the writer Irfan Orga.
Ateş Orga on the piano recordings of Fazil Say
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