Gamelanathon – a packed weekend of Indonesian music, dance and puppetry 6 – 7 July

A weekend of Indonesian music, dance and puppetry

Celebrate 25 years of gamelan (Indonesian percussion orchestra) at Southbank Centre. A packed weekend of free and ticketed events showcases traditional and new music for gamelan with dance, puppetry and electronics. Join us as we shine a spotlight on the international gamelan community.

Sendratari – Javanese dance-drama

6 July, 7.30pm

An evening of spectacular traditional Javanese gamelan and dance. Master Javanese musicians and dancers collaborate with Southbank Gamelan Players. With free Indonesian snacks from 6pm.

In Lieu

Sunday 7 July, 4pm

Following its premiere at Adelaide’s OzAsia Festival, dancer / choreographer Ade Suharto and composer / performer David Kotlowy bring their beautiful work to London. In Lieu explores their search for a sense of place, navigating between two cultures.

Free events

From 10.30am each day, 30 gamelan groups from across the UK and Ireland, and visiting artists from Indonesia, give free performances indoors and out. From the Ramayana on stilts to a post-concert chill-out with gamelan and electronics, discover the creativity of the international gamelan community.

southbankcentre.co.uk | Ticket Office: 0844 847 9910

 

For more information, ticket booking and timetable, please have a look at http://tracking.wordfly.com/view/?sid=MTE1Xzg2NzJfMTAxXzY4MTI 

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