Throughout her career as a Turkish singer, composer, songwriter, and teacher, Candan Erçetin has written songs about human life. She is a very well-known and well-liked artist, despite the fact that she does not advertise in any of her albums. With numerous remarkable video clips, Erçetin, who keeps his private life hidden from the media and the paparazzi and spends most of his time in front of the public with his art, is also very well-liked. The singer, who is also fluent in French and Greek in addition to Turkish, was born in Krklareli in 1963.
Candan Erçetin attended Galatasaray High School for her high school years, but as soon as she graduated, she enrolled in voice lessons. In the interim, he received his degree from Istanbul University’s department of classical archeology. She participated in the Eurovision Song Contest at the age of 23 as Turkey’s representative with the band “Klips and They.” Our ninth-place finish in the competition caused him to discontinue his studies in music and switch to archaeology. The musician, who made a quick entry into the music scene at the age of 32 with his debut album “Ready,” built a sizable fan base over the years by producing numerous albums and songs.
In addition to her work in music, Candan Erçetin also pursued acting, continuing a career that she began in that field in 1994. Here, the artist began to teach diction lessons in addition to his work as a music teacher at Galatasaray High School, where he was a student. Erçetin made his football debut before being named Galatasaray’s vice president in 2013. For his contributions to Turkish-French relations, French President “François Hollande” bestowed upon him the Order of Arts and Letters. His wife, Hakan Karahan, plays the role of “zer” in the current top-rated television series “The Bandit Does Not Rule the World.”