Nemeth Quartet in EMU

Within the framework of the Friday Concerts organised by Eastern Mediterranean University, Education Faculty, Fine Arts Education Department, Nemeth Quartet gave an unforgettable concert at Music Teaching Department Concert Hall.

Formed by Gulen Ege Serter, Seniz Aybulus, Elena Nayman Analdi and Mutlu Varlik Kocaili, Nemeth Quartet also held a workshop targeted towards the students of EMU Music Teaching Department one day before the concert.

The concert featured an array of pieces from Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Sostakovich, Astor Piazzola, Oguzhan Balci and Carlos Garder. At the end of the concert, members of Nemeth Quartet were presented plaques of appreciation.

Who is Nemeth Quartet?

Founded in 1995, Nemeth Quartet was named after the late Hungarian musicians Istvan Nemeth (violinist) and Katalin Nemeth (cellist), who helped them take their first steps into the world of music before they both perished in a traffic accident in 1995.

The group is formed by Gulen Ege Serter (violin), Seniz Aybulus (violin), Elena Nayman Analdi (viola) and Mutlu Varlik Kocaili (cello). Currently, Gulen Ege Serter and Seniz Aybulus are employed at Anadolu University State Conservatory and Elena Nayman Analdi and Mutlu Varlik Kocaili work at Uludag University State Conservatory.

Nemeth Quartet has taken part and received awards at numerous international arts festivals. The group gives concerts both at a local and international level.

Source: Eastern Mediterranean University