Metropolitan supports art
Denizli Metropolitan Municipal Conservatory began the 2014 winter semester courses. Serving thousands of people in the last 10 years, Denizli Metropolitan Municipal Conservatory continues to provide free training to approximately 600 people and this season is opening 12 new branches of different instruments.
Restored 10 years ago and turned into an art center, providing free education to thousands of people, Denizli Metropolitan Municipal Conservatory continues its courses during the winter. In this new term Denizli Metropolitan Municipal Conservatory will give free courses in 12 different instruments branch and also choir courses. Denizli Metropolitan Municipal Conservatory Chief Ersin Parım said that following the records which began in September an exam was held than the courses started. Stating that courses in 12 different instruments branch will be provided in the Conservatory, Parım said: ''We have also a Turkish Art Music and a Turkish Folk Music choirs. People are quite interested in our choirs. Within the instrument courses we give kanun, flute, clarinet, violin, oud, bağlama, kaval and rhythm lessons. From the Western music we have piano lessons. Our courses are given by expert and qualified instructors, "he said.
Conservatory provided services to thousands of people
Stating that at the Conservatory's classes are determined according to the students' situation, Parım said: ''In the winter period we do the hard work on weekends and during the week we work on our choir lessons. In 10 years thousands of people have benefited from the services of our Conservatory. We thank the Mayor of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Osman Zolan for giving us the opportunity to organize these courses and the Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci for transforming the historic Külahçıoğlu Flour Factory building into an art center where to provide our services. We continue to provide services for Denizli's people.''
Was reborn from the ashes
Stating that Metropolitan Municipality's investments in the field of art and culture have become example in Turkey, Mayor of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Osman Zolan said that they invested in the future of society which give value to art and artists. Reminding that Külahçıoğlu Flour Factory which met the supply needs in the liberation war turned into ashes in the fire 10 years ago, Mayor Zolan said: ''Restoring this valuable building in a short time we both gave the city a valuable historic place and we also transformed the Külahçıoğlu Flour Factory into an art center where thousands of our citizens have the opportunity to receive education in arts. I would like to thank our Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci who allowed this historic building to reborn from the ashes and transformed it into an art center.''