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Final Gong October 2017, featuring: Unimelb gamelan students; Japanese Shakuhachi Music – by Lindsay Dugan; MCG with dancer Fitriana Ekawati.|
Upstairs, 210 Berkeley Street, Carlton (off Grattan Street), Melways ref 2B C8.
Venue is not wheelchair-accessible. No bookings required. No entry charge. 
Further info:  www.facebook.com/melgamelan

P E R F O R M A N C E Smcg megan and dina

 Large and small gamelan ensembles are available for bookings for functions and concerts.

 Our  group  offers Javanese shadow puppet shows as well as dance with live accompaniment. Since 1990, MCG  has performed at  festivals & venues around Australia.
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L E A R N mcg-poedijono-rehearsal

Interested in learning to play gamelan? MCG’s teacher and musical director  KI Poedijono  OAM has taught gamelan around Australia for many years.
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W H A T   I S   G A M E L A N ?bonang

LISTEN - Udan Mas

The term gamelan refers to the entire set of instruments as well as to the music played on them or the group who plays them.

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