The government has taken a number of measures to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus as much as possible. Because of this, unfortunately, this show cannot take place.

Concerts are moved as much as possible.
If concerts are moved, tickets remain valid for the new date. You don't have to do anything for this. The new date for this show is December 3th 2021. If a transfer is not possible, if the concert is cancelled or if you are unable to attend on the new date, you can opt for a voucher worth the original ticket price, including (service) costs, which can be redeemed at a later date. You can also choose to donate your money or ask for a refund. This arrangement starts when the situation around this show is clear. You will receive a new mail as soon as possible, with more information. These are exceptional times for everyone. We are trying to deal with this crisis as best we can, so that we will all be able to enjoy live music as we are used to.

We hope for your understanding and ask you to give us some time to get things right. For the current state of affairs regarding the coronavirus and what that means for your visit to the Effenaar, please visit We will update this page as soon as more is known.

Karsu is a multi-talent. The Dutch musician with Turkish roots is not only a gifted singer and pianist, but also a composer, musical arranger and lyricist. Her eclectic mix of R&B, pop and rock takes you to the outskirts of our planet.

Thanks to her exceptional voice, her passionate piano playing and catchy compositions, in combination with her cheerful look, Karsu has quickly become a celebrated and beloved international performer.

Track record: North Sea Jazz, Carnegie Hall, Edison Award

Quote: “While the band, including the singers, performs like a well-oiled music machine, the concert takes on wings when Turkish-Dutch jazz singer Karsu Dönmez, in shocking pink, sets herself behind the piano. Through her voice you get to feel the attraction and the rejection of the lovers, even without understanding the language. As a true solist Dönmez rises above her backup band. “ – de Volkskrant

Karsu - Itiraf
Karsu - Siyah