Premiere of Tlep – Kazakhtan Orchestra

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The concert was a special event featuring British composer Karl Jenkins’ famous Adiemus as well as a world première of Tlep commissioned by Kazakh philanthropist and patron Sapar Iskakov to celebrate the work of his ancestor, the composer Tlep Aspantaiuly. Tlep is composed for a full complement of symphony orchestra, percussion and choir. Performed by the West Kazakhstan Philharmonic Orchestra with the star violinist Marat Bisengaliev and the much acclaimed Adiemus Singers conducted by Karl Jenkins.


17 April 2006


Royal Albert Hall, London


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