The Taste of Gamelan

Melbourne Community Gamelan, in conjunction with Yuni’s Kitchen, presents:

 

The Taste of Gamelan

Monday 12 September 2016, 7-9 pm

Uniting Church Hall

251 High Street, Northcote

When an Indonesian hears the song about ‘rujak’, they immediately imagine the taste, smell and appearance of the spicy fruit salad. We will recreate this experience for an Australian audience.  Twelve Javanese gamelan musical pieces about food will be paired with snacks for the audience.

Musical pieces interpreted by Melbourne-based dancer, Ade Suharto, with Javanese-inspired creative dance. Musicians include Ki Poedijono, Dr Joko Susilo and Ria Soemardjo (singer).

Sorry! Unfortunately we are now BOOKED OUT for places with snacks. We are, however, still able to offer some consolation tickets WITH NO SNACKS at a cheaper price ($15 adult/ $10 concession/ child).
The music and dancing will still be beautiful – eat your dinner beforehand!
Book through Try Booking: https://www.trybooking.com/MTEY (NO SNACKS tickets will also be available at the door).

The Taste of Gamelan is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-Indonesia Institute of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

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