Singer, ceramic artist,
writer. She was born in 1962, in Istanbul.
She is the daughter of journalist Orhan Aldinç and art teacher Süheyla Aldinç. Because
of her mother’s replacements, she changed three different schools in her
secondary education, boarding student in Kandilli
School, Davutpaşa High School and Feriköy High School.
She completed Marmara University Ceramic Faculty which was called as Practical
Fine Arts High School before. Soon afterwards, she worked as music teacher in Akartler Secondary School and later she worked in
Yıldız Porcelain Factory as a designer for six years.
Ayşegül Aldinç continued
her amateur music works during the same period. She began to her professional
career by singing Ali Kocatepe’s “Dönme Dolap” composition in Eurovision Singing contest where she attended with
Modern Folk Trio. In 1985, she got on the stage as sub-singer in Başkent Casino
in Ankara. She continued her music studies in Istanbul and worked in
casinos. Later, she released her pop album “Ve Ayşegül Aldinç” in 1988. She
released many albums like “Benden Söylemesi” in 1991. She released “Sorma”
in 1991, in 1993 “Alev Alev”,
in 1995 “Söze Ne Hacet”, in 2000 “Nefes”.
Beside her music studies, beginning
from 1987 she acted in many important movies, television series and musicals.
Besides, she worked as columnist in Sabah
newspaper for seven years and Posta newspaper.
Ayşegül Aldinç received
the First Degree of Turkey in 1981 Eurovision Singing Contest (with Modern Folk
Trio), “Best Female Singer of the Year” award of 1990 Istanbul Education and
Culture Foundation, “Best Artist of the Year” and “Best Female Singer of the
Year” awards of 1991 Cyprus Journalists Association, “Best Actress of the Year”
award of 1995 Magazine Journalists Association, “Best Actress of the Year” of
1995 Adana Altın Koza Movie Festival.
Ayşegül Okulda, Ayşegül Sahnede, Ayşegül Beyazperdede,
Ayşegül Gazetede, Ayşegül Kitapta.
REFERENCE: Orhan Kural (editor) / Sefaretnami 1-2 (2000).