Güldeste Mamaç

Born in Izmir in 1989, Güldeste Mamaç started her music studies in violin, piano and solfege branches at the Izmir State Conservatory with Azeri violinist Arif Manaflı and composer Aysim Dolgun. She moved to Germany at the age of 16, and studied with Lukas David, one of the world’s leading violin masters. While she was studying in Detmold, she spent a year in the Spanish capital, Madrid, on a scholarship from the Renia Sofia Music Academy. She studied there, chamber music with Günter Pichler, violinist of Alban Berg Quartet.
Güldeste says ; ”My father’s greatest passion is music. I’ve been singing since I’ve known myself.” The artist learned basic breathing and singing techniques with Gabriela Koch. With the accumulation of classical music she went to Varanasi, to India. She began to learn classical Indian Music rhythm, violin and singing techniques with Sukhdev Prasad Mishra and Keshvav Rao Nayak. She currently travels regularly to India.
Born in Izmir, fell in love in Varanasi, made in Germany.
She describes her own music project ‘mahlukat’ with those words.
The turkish musician is working since 2015 as a singer, performer and a violinist in theatre productions. She wrote music for the first time for a dance performance in April 18.