Saturday Morning Concerts
The Grand Pera Ballroom of the historic Pera Palace Hotel is one of the most distinguished venues with its natural acoustics and grandeur. During the season , classical music enthusiasts will be inspired by performances of various artists like; Borusan Quartet, CelloPianoDuo, Cihat Aşkın & Cana Gürmen, Cello Paradiso, Meltem Cumbul & Eren Aydoğan, Güsin Onay, Efdal Altun & Hakan Şensoy, Tiraje Güneyman & Robert Ruckman who offers an intensive experience of timeless classical pieces in Saturday Morning Concerts.
The concerts will take place on Saturdays at 11.00 AM. The tickets can be purchased via www.passo.com.tr
The Traditional Afternoon Tea with İlham Gencer - From 15 October
Pera Palace Hotel, which has stood with its splendor for 129 years in front of the most impressive views of Istanbul, is also the place where the first tea hours are held in Istanbul. Welcoming guests with the floating daylight from its dome, The Kubbeli Lounge hosts the traditional Afternoon Tea accompanied by the delightful melodies of İlham Gencer and very special delicacies in the Kubbeli Lounge between 15.00 and 18.00 every day of the week.
For Reservations: 0212 377 4000
Entrance: 195 TL
Musical Nights at Orient Terrace - The program is not active.
This saturday, Open-air live performance
Nilay Tezsay Band
31.07.21 I 21:00 - 23:00
Inspiring Ideas: Thursday Gatherings - The program is not active.
On October 17, with journalist-writer Aslı Perker, known for her novels such as The Scent of Others and Help Me, and Forensic Medicine Expert Sevil Atasoy, we will be looking for answers to the question “How to Read the Crime Literature?” moderated by Hülya Balcı who is one of the editors of Doğan Kitap. On November 14, we will discuss the new generation’s approach to luxury, the correlation between luxury and sustainability, and talk about the stories of the world’s most famous brands and the facts that guide the sector with the founder of oggusto.com Özlem Günsar.
17.10.19 - Aslı Perker
14.11.19 – Özlem Güsar
12.12.19 - Ahmet Ümit