Pelangi Nusantara: Meaning ‘Rainbow of the Archipelago’ aims to bring the traditions of Indonesia to Adelaide through dance. At Indofest they will be performing two dances The first is Tor Tor Dance, a Batak dance from North Sumatra, where dancers move in rhythm with energetic music, played using traditional Batak instruments. the second is the Kebyar Duduk Dance, a traditional dance of Bali that is inspired by fast-paced innovations in the Balinese Gamelan music which accompanies the performance.
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- Indofest-Adelaide’s youngest stars
- Indonesian PhD student Yahya keeping workers safe
- It’s been a busy year for Adelindo Angklung
- Bapak Subagio – one of the founding members of the Australian Indonesian Association
- INDOfest-Adelaide’s Special Volunteers
- A piece of Indofest history