Following his warmly received performance here last year, PFC welcomes back singer Latif Bolat, who accompanies himself on the traditional Turkish stringed instrument "baglama," often backed up by the frame drum, ney flute, and oud. There is also Turkish devotional poetry from the 13th century mystics Rumi and Yunus Emre plus later mystic poets. Completing the rich cultural experience are scenes of the Turkish countryside, cities, artwork, architecture, and people.
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