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Emre Dayıoğlu

Emre Dayıoğlu, aged 27, is a music teacher in Durmuş Yener Secondary School in Bayralar village of Elmalı, Antalya. He also records the pieces that are about to be forgotten in his spare time. Until today, he recorded around 500 different music pieces. He makes an effort to convey these pieces to others through social media so that they are not forgotten.

Emre Dayıoğlu has not only recorded the instruments and music pieces that are about to be forgotten. He has also contributed to social development of children through organizing various activities. Thanks to his efforts, 600 students living in the villages of Elmalı district of Antalya met with piano for the first time and Antalya State Symphony Orchestra gave a concert in Bayralar village school.


Emre Dayıoğlu worked so that music pieces that are about to be forgotten are reintroduced to society. He helped children living in the villages to meet with various music genre. He made an effort for Anatolian culture to be inherited from generation to generation. He made a big difference through recording hundreds of pieces so that Anatolian folklore is kept alive and will not be forgotten…

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