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Born in Ankara Burcu Hancı, coloratura soprano, studied at the State Conservatory in Ankara, Turkey. After the graduation, she achieved master degree for opera singing from Mustafa Yurdakul’s class at Beykent Conservatory in 2014. The same year she won the first prize at the "Young Artist Program" organized by the Greek Opera House, where she was invited for several concerts. She performed "Violetta" from Verdi's "La Traviata" and "Lucia" by Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor". She also performed the role of "Fire" from "L'enfant et les sortileges" by M. RAVEL at musical nights and opening concerts.
In 2015, she started to study with Vincenzo Scalera in Italy. She was the one of the first eight young singers selected for "Rodolfo Celletti" concert at the Accademia del Belcanto, where afterwards she had the opportunity to work with world famous teachers like Stefania Bonfadelli, Carmen Santoro, Sherman Lowe, Paola Pittaluga, Roberta Mameli and Juliette Deschamps.
In 2016 season, she started to work with Raminta Lampsatis for the repertoire in Berlin. During this period she performed many concerts in Lithuania and appreciated for her live performance with the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Orchestra in Kaunas and Vilnius on the behalf of Turkey. She performed Queen of the Night arias from “Die Zauberflöte” and Konstanze’s aria from “Die Entführung aus dem Serail” by W. A. Mozart at the Bergedorfer Muziktage Summer Festival in Hamburg in Germany.
Among the concerts she gave in Turkey are "New Year's Concert" with conductor Patrick Souillot and State Symphony Orchestra in Antalya, the Opera Gala with Rengim Gökmen and the Koda Orchestra in Izmir, the part of Marianne in ‘ Der Rosenkavalier’ in the Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Sascha Goetzel, New Year Concert 2017 with the Bosphorus Sinfonietta with the conductor Antonio Pirolli, Bachianas Brazilieras No .5 by Heitor Villa-Lobos with the Cellistanbul Quartet and Celllo4Berlin for the 45the Istanbul Music Festival, Sieben frühe Lieder by Alban Berg with the Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Gürer Aykal.