Cultural Journeys

by Glasgow Alevi Cultural Centre and Cemevi
Saturday 16 June 2018, 15:00 - 16:30
Come along for an afternoon of Anatolian Baglama music performed by young members of the community, and traditional dance called Semah. Join the discussion about Alevism and what it means. Glasgow Alevi Cultural Centre and Cemevi are an ethnic minority originated from Turkey called Alevi. They are a community centre group who share a range of activities, classes and specialist sessions within our community centre, such as music and theatre classes. The community centre is open for anyone from any background, and they host events on special days according to the Turkish calendar. Every Sunday they cook a meal for the community which everyone contributes to. They have traditional Turkish instrument lessons called Baglama on Wednesdays and Sundays for ages 8 to 20 years old.  
Dance | Discussion | Family Friendly | Music | Theatre & Performance
Free event
The Pearce Institute
Glasgow
G51 3UU