Upon listening to the Ninth Symphony, which Burak considers one of the most interesting choral experiences in classical music, he indeed wished Beethoven had written more music for choir. This gave Burak the impulse to create his Prometheus; a non-dogmatic, free approach, where music, dance and theatre merge. Further inspirations came from the ancient Greek tragedy Prometheus Bound; the titan perpetually punished after defying the Gods and bringing fire to mankind. The battle between power and justice; the suffering of human beings. 

Reimagining this iconic and timeless struggle, Burak invites the audience to discover an archaic choral experience with structured choreographic improvisations, theatrical segments and the ultimate musical Beethoven-phenomena to bring Prometheus back to life. 

The performance duration is 90 minutes with single intermission.