Haluk Levent was in Izmir on the centenary of April 23, National Sovereignty and Children's Day. As part of the coronavirus measures, Levent sang all over Izmir from a ferry in the Gulf. Izmir residents accompanied Levent by turning the lights on and off their homes.
İzmir celebrated the centenary of April 23 National Sovereignty and Children's Day with the Haluk Levent concert. At the concert held on the evening of April 22 as part of the coronavirus measures, Levent sang all Izmir from a ferry in the Gulf. Izmir residents on the coastal line watched the concert, which was broadcast live from the social media accounts of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, from their balconies. Izmir residents who accompanied Levent's songs attended the concert by turning their lights on and off.
In accordance with the social distance rule, Levent attended the concert with three musicians, not orchestra. Equipped with sound and light system, the ferry also created a great visual feast in the Gulf.
Levent was accompanied by the Metropolitan Mayor of Izmir Tunç Soyer and his wife Neptün Soyer on the ferry.
“İzmir Hears Us”
Haluk Levent said, “I was in Samsun on the centenary of 19 May. I had the chance to give a concert in İzmir in the centenary of April 23, National Sovereignty and Children's Day. ” As Levent sees the people of Izmir, whose lights are on, “İzmir hears us. We will sing for these flashing lights. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, we have to leave our homes. There was such a misfortune. However, this year, the enthusiasm in our hearts will be as if we were in the squares. ” Levent, who sang the Izmir song he dedicated to the late Izmir Metropolitan Mayor Ahmet Piriştina, ended his concert with the Izmir Anthem.
Dr. Haluk Levent, who lost his concert income from Covid-19. He explained that Yavuz Kalaycı donated for the education of his children.