Date(s) - April 27, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, University Center for the Arts

Come experience one of Indonesian’s cultural treasures!

GamelanThis concert of Javanese gamelan music presents guest artists in residence Joko Sutrisno, Javanese gamelan master from Minnesota State University; Baghawan Ciptoning, Javanese dancer and choreographer who graduated from the Indonesian Institute of Arts and now lives in Los Angeles; and Nurlina Syahrir, Javanese dancer and professor from Indonesia, also a graduate of the Indonesian Institute of Arts. In the past, Javanese Palace culture was considered sacred and only performed within the Javanese Palace Community.

Now, the public can enjoy Javanese cultural life without the travel.  ARCINDA is the first Javanese gamelan group in Colorado, and one of the few groups in the United States who are capable of presenting connections between gamelan and modern music with their “Classic to Contemporary” theme.

ARCINDA (The Arts and Culture of Indonesia), is a non-profit based in Fort Collins/Loveland that produces Javanese gamelan performances. Gamelan is one of Indonesian cultural highlight: gamelan orchestras are used as part of teaching the world music classes in most of the universities in Colorado and many throughout the United States