Heiliger Klang - Heilender Klang

Konzerte, Seminare und Veranstaltungen

mit Dr. Rahmi Oruç Güvenç, Azize Güvenç (Tümata) und

Freunden der Altorientalischen Musiktherapie (AOM)

 

Es weht ein frischer Wind und unsere Karawane wächst und wird aktiver.

 Hier schon mal ein Vorgeschmack auf unsere Veranstaltungen der kommenden Monate: 

 

Die nächsten Termine

 

MÄRZ

2./3./4. März 2018 TÜMATA FORUM IN BERLIN

 

 
TÜMATA – FORUM 2018 (Wochenend – Seminar: 2. März – 4. März)

SEMINAR
Die Lehre des Sufi Dr. Rahmi Oruç Güvenç (1948 – Juli 2017)

Die fortgeschrittenen Schüler des Meisters tragen die Lehre weiter
Dhikr* – Übungen (*Technik der Entwicklung der Bewusstheit)
Lieder und Poesie des Tassavuf** (**türkisch: der Weg der Mystik)

Ausbildung und Weiterbildung am Instrument
Türkische Tanz und Bewegungstherapie nach Dr. Rahmi Oruç Güvenç
Traditionelle Diagnostik und Therapie nach Ibn Sina

 Teilnahme am FORUM ist ohne Vorkenntnisse möglich
Unkostenbeitrag: 80 ,- € für das gesamte FORUM, zahlbar vor Ort

Informationen und Anmeldung:

http://www.tumata-finden.de/forum-2018/
Anmeldung an: bachmaier_eksi@yahoo.de


 
Sema in der Ev. Martha Kichengemeinde

am Freitag, 2. März 2018
Dr. Güvenç war Sufi Meister mehrerer Lehrwege der Sufi Tradition.
Weltweit führte er seine Schülerinnen und Schüler im Sema und lehrte sie auf diese Weise Yaşar Güvenç, Azize Güvenç und Galib Stanfel werden auch in Berlin diese Lehrtradition fortführen
Wann: Freitag, 2. März 2018

Einlass: 19.30 Uhr, Beginn: 20.00 Uhr, Ende: 21.55 Uhr
Wo: Ev. Martha Kirchengemeinde,

Glogauerstraße 22 in 10999 Berlin X-Berg
Wer: Interessierte, sowie jene, die den Sema praktizieren möchten
Teilnahme: Spenden zw. 10,- € und 15,- € erbeten
Einladung und Anmeldung:

Sema im Gedenken an Sufi Dr. Rahmi Oruç Güvenç
gerne mit Anmeldung an: bachmaier_eksi@yahoo.de
Wir freuen uns auf das Wiedersehen!

TÜMATA Berlin & TÜMATA München & TÜMATA Wien und TÜMATA Istanbul

Bei Fragen jeder Art stehen wir selbstverstänlich zur Verfügung: sinan.eksi@yahoo.de

MIT DEN AUGEN DER LIEBE

 

Wenn die Liebe dir winkt, folge ihr .....“
(Khalil Gibran ‚Der Prophet’)

 

Emre Başaran, Istanbul, begleitete den Sufimeister, Musiker, Forscher und Musiktherapeuten Dr. Rahmi Oruç Güvenç (1948 – 2017) auf vielen Reisen und bei seiner Arbeit.

 

Mit seinen Aufnahmen, stets diskret und doch ganz nah dran,

beginnt sich im Raum eine Frequenz zu verdichten;

entsteht eine unmittelbare Präsenz und ein Klang,

die Widerhall finden im Herzen des Betrachters.

 

 „In meinen Augen ist R.O. Güvenç ein ....

 Heiler, der in den Menschen, die seinen Melodien lauschen,

 eine Ahnung weckt, was sie in Wirklichkeit sind.“ (E. Basaran)

 

Vernissage / Finissage mit Konzert der Gruppe Tümata München

 

VERNISSAGE:  9.3.2018  von 16 – 20 Uhr in

 Erbils Orient Lounge

 Breisacherstr. 13

  81677 München – Haidhausen

 

Am 10.3. ist der nächste Sufi-Abend mit Galib Stanfel

 

 

Der Sema geht weiter, an vielen Orten und auch in München. Wir wollen auch zu Ehren von Dr. Oruc Güvenc drehen, der während des 114-Tages-Sema diese Welt verlassen hat und nun mit uns zusammen im mystischen Reigen der ganzen Welt und des Universums singt, spielt und tanzt....

 

 

Musikkurs und Sema am 10.03.2018

 

im Zentrum"Feyiz"(Pasinger Straße 55, Gräfelfing)

 

 

für Musikkurs (16 - 19 Uhr; 25 Euro) und

 

Sema (19 - 22 Uhr, 15 - 30 Euro nach Selbsteinschätzung für Raummiete und Anreise).

 

Beide Veranstaltungen sind offen für alle Interessierten, es sind keine Vorkenntnisse nötig. Für den Musikkurs sind einige wenige Leihinstrumente vorhanden, bitte sagt rechtzeitig Bescheid, falls ihr ein Leih-Instrument braucht.  

 

Wir bitten um Anmeldung bis zum 28.02., die Teilnahme ist leider nur begrenzt möglich.

 

 

Weitere Informationen und Ansprechpartner unter

 

Musikkurs und Sema-Abend

 

... Ein grosser Verlust für diese Welt ...

In der Nacht vom 4. auf den 5. Juli ist

Rahmi Oruç Güvenç in die andere Welt gegangen...

Seine unschätzbare Arbeit geht weiter, inşallah...

Foto:Emre Başaran
Foto:Emre Başaran




DAILY SABAH

"Honoring Oruç Güvenç's contributions to Turkish classical music" 

 

One of the most influential figures in Turkish music, Oruç Güvenç, passed away last week. To commemorate this legend, we looked back on his success and contributions to the Turkic world

In commemoration of one of the most influential figures in music from the Turkic world and music therapy as well as the founder of Tümata (The Group for the Research and Promotion of Turkish Music), Prof.Dr. Rahmi Oruç Güvenç passed away last Tuesday, leaving behind a long legacy of having revived an interest in traditional music and instruments spanning back thousands of years and into the Ottoman Empire and its music and movement therapy tradition.

Who is Rahmi Oruç Güvenç?

Born in 1948 in Kütahya, Rahmi Oruç Güvenç's experience with music is said to span back to violin lessons he took in middle school. While studying Philosophy at Istanbul University he learned to play instruments such as the ud, rebab, ney and tanbur and would go on to research Oriental music therapy tradition for his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Cerrahpasa Faculty of Medicine, where he went on to found the Center for Research and Application of Turkish Music. He also spent time as a lecturer at the Unit for Research and Promotion of Turkish Music at the Turkic Research Institute at Marmara University.

In 1975, he founded Tümata, in short for Türk Müsikisini Araştırma ve Tanıtma Grubu, which in English translates as the Group for the Research and Promotion of Turkish Music. His research on the origins and healing qualities of Traditional Central Asian music led him to opening six centers, located in Mannheim, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, and Rosenau-Austria, the latter of which trains music therapists.

Considered a sufi master, this music therapist, ethnomusicologist, composer and poet, and recipient of numerous international academic awards, has singlehandedly revived and perpetuated the healing properties of traditional Turkish tonalities, aka makams, which have special physical and spiritual effects, in the international sphere, He has also created his own tonality, aka makam, called Tarz-i Vefa and has also composed a saz semai and a pesrev (prelude) in this tonality.

With Tümata, he has written a book titled, "Music Therapy: Hüseyin Makam" and has published a monograph, titled "The Beloved of Allah - Hazret Mevlana". He has also recorded two albums with Tumata, namely "Ocean of Remembrance" an album of sufi improvisations and dhikhrreleased in 1995 in which choral voices are accompanied by ud, ney, rebab, saz, and bendir instruments. His second album "Rivers of One," released in 1997, was the first time a "Makam" was made available on CD. The makam played, accompanied by sounds of flowing water, is said to enhance deep calmness, improves flexibility of the limbs and stimulate clear thinking.

Oruç Guvenç's wife, Azize Andrea Güvenç, parents to two daughters, is also a music therapist, ergotherapist, author and photographer and has penned a book encompassing her husband's work, entitled "Hey Reisender!" (Hey Traveller!), in German, with a Turkish translation in the works.

What is Tümata?

Born with the mission of researching and promoting, the birth and development of Turkish music, its repertory and its richness in instruments, for decades now, Tümata has been holding a wide variety of events and classes and also has an instrument museum, all of which have led to the perpetuation and revival of this cultural heritage.

The repertories, musical performance style and types, dances, costumes and decorations as well as the social, cultural and pedagogical sources of Turkish music, spanning back 6,000 years, comprise the main focus of research and activities conducted by Tümata.

Sema, you may be familiar with as the dance-like practice of the Whirling Dervishes ergotherapy, the use of physical activity and exercise as treatment, the use of Turkish tonalities, referred to as makams and the ancient therapy dance referred to as Baksi, which stems from the Altai mountain range region, are some of their main activities as well as producing and developing instruments, and operating the instrument museum, with an archive of over three hundred musical instruments.

The world loses a legend

Last Tuesday, July 4, Oruç Güvenç passed away due to heart failure following an operation. After his passing, Turkey's Minister of Culture and Tourism Nabi Avci released the following statement of condolences: "With the meticulousness of an academic and the sensitivity of an artist, Rahmi Oruç Güvenç built a bridge between yesterday to today and has been a great service to humanity and our society. Providing a contribution to science with the traditional aspects of Turkish music, Prof. Dr. Rahmi Oruç Güvenç, also played an influential role in deepening the bonds of future generations with their roots. Playing an influential role in both areas of theory and practice of international research on music therapy and ethnomusicology, Güvenç, has signed on to a number of significant firsts both nationally and abroad."

Speaking to Emre Başaran from Tümata, I asked what this legendary figure responsible for introducing makams and classic Turkish musical traditions to so many people from all over the world, was doing in his final days, to which he said, "Recently, Oruç Güvenç was as always extremely active. He was teaching at Üsküdar University and was holding regular seminars, courses and concerts in Turkey, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Spain. In addition he was also holding and taking part in events held in varying geographical regions such as in India, America and New Zealand. In addition, he was also on the 64th day of the continuous sema being conducted for 114 days and 114 nights in Turkey."

Held annually, one of Tümata's most popular activities is currently ongoing and is the "114 Days and 114 Nights Sema" program, which started on May 1 and will conclude until Aug. 23 and is taking place at the Rasim Mutlu Cultural Center in Yalova. People from all over world come out to take part in the ongoing continuous sema for as many days as they like, a unique opportunity not missed by many whom Oruç Güvenç has personally introduced to this style of music and healing tradition, touching many with knowledge and interest.

I asked Emre is this summer's sema program will continue, and he assured me that "Yes," adding "It is everyone's shared opinion is that the sema should be successfully completed. With God's permission," he said, "We want to finalize it the way Oruç Hoca had planned." 

 

https://www.dailysabah.com/expat-corner/2017/07/11/honoring-oruc-guvencs-contributions-to-turkish-classical-music

"Komm aus dem Meer wie eine Regenwolke - reise!
 denn ohne Reise wirst du nie zur Perle."

(Attar)


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