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Balinese Musician in Residence
I Made Denis is a Balinese gamelan musician originally from the traditional village of Tianyar, East Bali who will be visiting Australia during May-July 2010. Made Denis has been performing Balinese gamelan and traditional arts for approx 20 years and is a member of one of Tianyar's keluarga budaya - a well known cultural family and a member of the Yowana Gita Sasmita gamelan group, Tianyar. Made Denis will be visiting Australia to provide support for gamelan groups and to collaborate with Australian musicians during his residency. Contact Judy 02 66857789
Denis is currently based in Kuta and is available as
a cultural guide for visitors to Bali - to have a chance
to see traditional village life and be introduced to
traditional Balinese culture, gamelan groups and teachers.
Saratuspersen - Journey to Australia 2010
Bandung's exciting gamelan fusion band will be touring Adelaide and Melbourne during April 2010.
April 10 7-10pm : Unley Citizen's Hall, Unley Park,
April 11 12am-3pm : Rymil Park, Indofest, Adealaide
April 12 11am-2pm : Rundle Mall, Adelaide
April 13 12am-4pm : Aborigin Museum, Adelaide
April 14 7-9pm : Flinders University, Adelaide
April 15 12pm : Wesley College, St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
April 16 12pm : Mount Erin College, Robinson Rd, Frankston Sth
April 17 12pm : Konsulat Jendral R I, Queens RD, Melbourne
Further information: indofest.com.au
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