Born in 1999, the young Turkish virtuoso Doğaç Bezdüz is the winner of numerous national and international competitions. He has already performed as a soloist and chamber musician in Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, Turkey, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, and France.
Doğaç has also collaborated with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, the Razgrad Philharmonic Orchestra and the Dianopolis Chamber Orchestra. Recently, he has been invited to many festivals, including the Varna Summer Festival, Sofia Music Weeks, Golden Diana Music Festival, Livorno Music Festival, Balchik Classical Days. He participated in the Winter Pianissimo Festival and performed at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Doğaç received his first piano lessons with Marina Jincharadze at the Mersin State Conservatory. He also studied with Professor Gülnara Aziz at Bilkent University and with Tsvetelina Tunteva. He has been taught by many renowned pianists such as Martin Blumenthal, Wolfram Schmitt Leonardy, Alexander Romanovsky and Arturo Pizarro.
In recent years, Doğaç has continued his piano studies with professors Ludmil Angelov and Nayden Todorov at the New Bulgarian University in Sofia.