Boston-based ensemble Dünya performed a variety of Turkish music in Kanbar Auditorium on Wednesday. The trio, made up of musicians Robert Labaree, Cem Mutlu, and Mehmet Ali Sanlikol played what the concert program described as "An Ottoman Sampler: secular and sacred, classical and folk music spanning 300 years."

Dünya, taken from the Turkish, Arabic, Persian, Greek word for "world," is a non-profit educational organization that is devoted to presenting a contemporary view of Turkish music in relation to other Western and world music.

The presentation included Greek Orthodox, Judeo-Sufi and Turkish Sufi devotional songs, songs of rural Turkish Sufi groups, music from the whirling ceremony of the Mevlevi Dervishes, and classical and folk music from Istanbul.