Press review - Carnegie Hall
»...music in arrangements
that made use of some of the wonderful things unique
to the western musical tradition. The performances
were spirited and musical...«
World music from the Silk-Road
An enchanting fusion of world music from the Silk-Road, Gülay Princess and the musicians blend song and graceful choreography to take their audience on a journey where East meets West. The Ensemble has performed worldwide from the Imperial Palace in Vienna to Carnegie Hall in New York.
Antelope Valley Press
World Fusion Music from its Silk Road Tour showcases exotic
melodies in about 20 languages as well as various instruments
and dances, with elements from Central Asia,
in their performances.
Gülay's CD is on board of the ISS
Gülay Princess' CD "colors of silk" was selected by Russian scientists of the Institute for Biomedical Problems in Moscow and was sent to the International Space Station in July 2001. In October 2001 Gülay Princess & Ensemble Aras appeared in Moscow with Mr. Yury Usachev, commander of the ISS as guest of honour.
Australian concert tour 2011
Colors, Sounds & Rhythms
The musicians of the ensemble uses their instruments of origin from East and West. They perform wonderful melodies originating from Japan to Europe and accompanies Gülay Princess' graceful choreographed dances with elements from Central Asia. Find out more about their colorful costumes, esthetic movements, powerful rhythms and exciting sounds. Josef Olt, composer
Debut Concert in the U.S.A. at Carnegie Hall, NYC