Born in 1982, Hasan Niyazi Tura began studying violin at the age of seven with Professor Gönül Gökdoğan at Istanbul State Conservatoire, from where he graduated in 2003 under Professor Nuri Iyicil. He then continued his studies with Professor Cihat Aşkın. Besides many recitals and concerts in Turkey and abroad, he premiered Cemal Reşid Rey's Violin Concerto in 2006 with Conductor Rengim Gokmen and CRR Istanbul Symphony Orchestra.
Hasan Niyazi Tura continued his career both as violinist and composer. He studied composition with his father, Professor Yalçın Tura and Professor Hasan Uçarsu; in 2004 he won the first prize with his "First Symphony" at the National Competition for Composition by the Turkish Ministry of Culture. In 2007, he composed "Oratorio for Martyrs", which immediately received recognition and its place in the national opera repertoire.
Currently Tura performs with the Presidential Symphony Orchestra in Ankara, and he is also assistant conductor at the Dogus Children's Symphony Orchestra Project since 2006. Tura studied conducting with Professor Rengim Gökmen and attained his Master's Degree in Conducting from Ankara State Conservatoire in 2010. He appeared as guest conductor in Germany, Bulgaria, and Kazakhstan besides his regular domestic appearances.