"Commemorative Concert for Atatürk" from the Metropolitan Municipality
Denizli Metropolitan Municipality organized a "Commemorative Concert for Atatürk" on the 85th anniversary of the passing of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. The Turkish Art Music Choir of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Conservatory performed the songs beloved by the Great Leader.
Atatürk was commemorated with his beloved songs
Denizli Metropolitan Municipality organized a "Commemorative Concert for Atatürk" on the 85th anniversary of the passing of the founder of the Republic of Türkiye, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. enizli Metropolitan Municipality Deputy Chairman of the Assembly Ali Değirmenci, Head of the Department of Culture and Social Affairs Hüdaverdi Otaklı, guests and many citizens attended the concert held at the Metropolitan Municipality Nihat Zeybekci Congress and Culture Center. The Turkish Classical Music Choir of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Conservatory, under the direction of conductor Ahmet Nuri Çağdaş, performed a rich repertoire of songs and folk tunes beloved by Atatürk. The audience enthusiastically joined in singing along with the choir and solo performances. The commemorative concert, which received great acclaim, also featured narrations depicting snippets from the life of the Great Leader.
Long live the Republic
Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Deputy Chairman of the Assembly Ali Değirmenci expressed their presence to commemorate and understand the Great Leader. He said, ''It has been 85 years since he passed away, but our longing for our Atatürk increases with each passing year. Once again, we remember him with mercy, gratitude, and thankfulness. May he rest in paradise. ''Stating that 2023 is a special year and reminding that they are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Türkiye this year, Değirmenci said, ''We are proud. It's Turkey's century. Hopefully, our Republic will live for many more centuries. On this occasion, we express our gratitude and appreciation to the founder of our Republic, Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, his comrades-in-arms, all our revered martyrs who sacrificed themselves for this homeland, and our heroic veterans. Long live the Republic. ''