Together with his brother, Suleyman, Kudsi Erguner is among the top players from the ney, a Turkish reed flute. Furthermore to his very own recordings, Erguner provides performed with Peter Gabriel, Maurice Bejart, Peter Brook, Georges Aperghis, Didier Lockwood, and Michel Website. His compositions and collaborations have already been heard within the films THE FINAL Enticement of Christ and Conferences with Remarkable Males, theatre piece and film Mahabharata, as well as the ballets Le Voyage Nocturne and Neva. Erguner’s music group, the Kudsi Erguner Outfit, was created in 1988, as Fasi, with the purpose of preserving the traditional music from the 16th hundred years Ottomon Empire. Erguner comes from a musical family members. His dad, Ulvi Erguner, and grandfather, Suleyman Erguner, had been well-known players from the ney. Furthermore from what he discovered from his dad and grandfather, Erguner discovered from the old musicians who frequently visited his child years home. Erguner’s understanding of Turkish traditional music was improved through his research from the Sufi brotherhoods. Starting his musical profession in 1969 as an associate from the Istanbul Radio Orchestra, Erguner relocated to Paris six years later on to study structures and musicology.The next year, he done Peter Brook’s film Conferences with Remarkable Males, filmed on location in Afghanistan. Erguner later on restored his cooperation with Brook, composing and carrying out the score for any theatre piece and film Mahabharata. After performing study in Turkey via a give from UNESCO in 1980, Erguner came back to Paris and founded Mevlani, an institute for the analysis from the traditional music and teachings from the Sufis. Between 1986 and 1987, Erguner spent extended intervals in Pakistan documenting and documenting traditional music for Radio France and France Musique. In past due 1987, Erguner performed a concert of Ottoman music in the Royal Albert Hall in London. In 1988, Erguner collaborated with Peter Gabriel around the soundtrack from the Last Enticement of Christ. Exactly the same 12 months, he documented an album along with his sibling, The Mystic Flutes of Sufi, offering preludes to ceremonies from the Whirling Dervishes. Kudsi and Suleyman Ergenur restored their collaboration in 1990, liberating a second recording collectively, Sufi Music of Turkey. The next 12 months, Erguner released three albums — Turquie: Musique Soufi with Ilahi and Nefes N. Uzel, Oriental Dreams with Mahmoud Tebrizizadeh, and, alongside the Kudsi Erguner Outfit, was one of the artists presented on Gazel: Classical Sufi Music from the Ottomon Empire. In 1997, Erguner became a member of with Derya Turkan to record Chemins. 2 yrs later, he created the Kudsi Erguner Sufi-Jazz Task, with Christof Lauer, Michel Godard, and Marc Nauseef, and documented Ottomania.