• Ata Ratu © Palmer Keen
  • Aural Archipelago

Aural Archipelago Ata Ratu, Thambunesia & Turikale

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Informations
Brussels - Brugge - Gent

Brussels

01 12 '17 - 21:00

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Address

Beursschouwburg
Rue Auguste Orts 20-28
B-1000 Bruxelles

Info

Line-up NIXIE's

21:30 Aural Archipelago (ID)
23:00 Dijf Sanders (BE)
00:15 Khala (DK)
01:15 DJ NIXIE (BE)

www.beursschouwburg.be
T +32 2 550 03 50

Tickets

Free entrance

Organisation

EUROPALIA, Beursschouwburg, NIXIE'S, Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia

Brugge

02 12 '17 - 20:30

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Address

KAAP / De Werf
Werfstraat 108
B-8000 Brugge

Info

T +32 (0)50 33 05 29

www.kaap.be
info@kaap.be

Tickets

11,00 € > 13,00 €

Organisation

EUROPALIA, KAAP, Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia

Gent

03 12 '17 - 20:15

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Address

Handelsbeurs
Kouter 29
B-9000 Gent

Tickets

7,00 € > 18,00 €

T +32 (0)9 265 91 65

Organisation

EUROPALIA, Handelsbeurs, Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia

AURAL ARCHIPELAGO

Aural Archipelago is the multimedia ethnographic project of Palmer Keen, an American ethnomusicologist based in Bandung, Java. It is considered to be the most extensive study of traditional Indonesian music ever undertaken, exploring the place of music, rituals and traditions in 21st century Indonesia. Palmer Keen invites you to discover three of these unique traditions rarely heard outside their region. 

ATA RATU

Armed with a jungga, a four-stringed lute that she built with her own hands, Ata Ratu improvises poetic refrains in a voice that has made her famous on the Island of Sumba.

THAMBUNESIA 

Thambunesia is a virtuoso of the sape, the enormous traditional lute of Kalimantan. The gentle hum that is typical of Dayak music serves as the foundation on which he builds an expressive universe.

TURIKALE 

For the first time in Europe, Turikale presents the batti-batti of Selayar. A must during weddings, this music mixes improvised dialogue with the sound of rebana drums and gambus lutes.

More info on www.auralarchipelago.com

Double bill with Dijf Sanders

Ata Ratu: Jungga in Sumba Timur
Sapek instrument Borneo by thambunesia