The Ahmed Adnan Saygun Arts Center (Turkish: Ahmed Adnan Saygun Sanat Merkezi) is situated in the Konak district of İzmir, Turkey. It is named after the composer Ahmet Adnan Saygun and was opened to public at December 27, 2008, by Yunus Emre Oratorio's concert. The Center hosts a variety of concerts and festivals. The Ahmed Adnan Saygun Arts Center is accessible via the Ahmed Adnan Saygun Sanat Merkezi stop of the Konak Tram line.
Process of the Ahmed Adnan Saygun Arts Center started at 6 January 2000 by İzmir's deceased mayor Ahmet Piriştina, he sent an invitation letter about the topic to 6 distinguished architects from Turkey. He invited them to join the competition for new arts center that they were going to build at the site of old trolley station, Güzelyalı.
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Pamela McArthur | Nov 11, 2017
Wonderful concert venue where you can hear fantastic classical music for ridiculously low prices!
shmtlb shima | Jan 31, 2018
Music and symphony os amazing
Rıdvan DEMİR | Jan 30, 2018
It is a great place.
Alperen Kizilkaya MD | Jan 31, 2018
Uygar Ersan | Jul 2, 2016
Very good place to spend quality time with your loved ones. Really recommend seeing a performance here.
PNA | Apr 13, 2018
I took my 8&11 yrs old there for classical music concert. We all enjoyed it. I will keep eye on good concerts. Tickets were 10 tl per person.
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