Tue, November 24th

Seran Bilgi


Doors 9PM
Show 9:30PM
Advance Price $10
Door Price $15
Table Reservation (212) 777-1157

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Seran Bilgi



As a vivacious and very bright Turkish girl growing up in the cosmopolitan Aegean Sea city of Izmir, Seran Bilgi had quite an unusual musical childhood surrounded by a wide variety of musical styles and musicians.

In 2009 Seran met American arranger, conductor and producer, Kim Scharnberg. Recognizing her immense innate talent, he invited her to NYC to sing for Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn, lyricist Jack Murphy and music director Jason Howland.  They were all equally impressed with her vocal quality, technique, and interpretations of modern Broadway songs and American Songbook classics. Kim also connected her with famed Viennese vocal coach Gordon Bovinet, whose students have starred in dozens of productions throughout Europe. 

Seran has been the featured soloist for sold out concerts with the Turkish State Symphonies in ─░zmir and ─░stanbul with upcoming performances in Bursa and Adana.  In addition to many corporate and charity events throughout native country, Seran has been a guest soloist in London, Amsterdam, Vienna, and Ulm, Germany.  This past September she made her North American debut sharing the stage with Broadway star Linda Eder, jazz great Chris Brubeck, saxophonist Paul Winter, Trans-Siberian Orchestra lead vocalist Rob Evan and many more. 

Frank Wildhorn, who penned the Whitney Houston hit 'Where Do Broken Hearts Go?', wrote two songs with famed Turkish lyricist Zeynep Talu especially for Seran. These songs are being recorded here in NYC this week and Seran is very excited to perform them tonight for the very first time. 

Calling Istanbul her home base, Seran is poised to bring the joy and passion of her unique blend of styles and influences to new audiences around the globe.