From: "Purnomo P. Dikdojo" [ mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001
Subject: [kanisius_alumni] Fw: [KONTAK] Fwd: [xsemcare] Konser Musik - Gratis
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From: "sudung sinaga"
Date: Wed, 06 Jun 2001
Subject: [KKMK] Konser Musik - Gratis
Lippo Karawaci bekerjasama dengan JakArt @ 2001 (Yayasan Porseni Jakarta) yang
didukung oleh Kedutaan Besar Amerika dan Republik Polandia. Kegiatan ini adalah
salah satu rangkaian acara kesenian dalam memperingati HUT DKI yang ke 474
dimana pihak panitia-nya memilih Lippo Karawaci sebagai salah satu lokasi acara tsb.
WORLD MUSIC EXTRAVAGANZA
Tgl.16 Juni 2001 di Taman Sari
19.00 - 19.45 : Pertunjukan musik klasik "The American Vistuosi"
oleh Cecylia Barczyk-Cello, Frances Grace Borowsky-Cello, Emmanuel Borowsky-Violin,
20.10 - 21.00 : Pertunjukan Duo Guitar Klasik & Latin "Krzysztof Pelech & Jerema Klich"
21.30 - 23.00 : Pertunjukan Musik Jazz Ira Coleman's Caribbean Jazz Connection.
Bersama ini pula kami mengundang rekan-rekan, Bapak/Ibu berserta teman maupun keluarga
dalam acara tsb. GRATIS.... NO COVER CHARGE.............
Jangan lewatkan kesempatan yang langka ini...............apa lagi gratisssssssssss.............
See you in the venue.......
Nah ini dia detail acaranya dan Organizernya.
LIPPO KARAWACI & JAKART @ 2001 Proudly present
WORLD MUSIC EXTRAVAGANZA
16 June 2001 - Pusat Budaya Taman Sari
JAKART @ 2001 ORGANIZERS
The foundation YAYASAN PROSENI, a non-profit organization, is the initiator of
JakArt @ 2001. This is a collective project, where Artist, Embassies, Government and
other organizations (Professional associations, Foundations etc.) are working together,
in order to expand it as much as possible.
The festival therefore, operate at two levels :
a) as Events Producer: organizing events and activities
b) as Event Host: welcoming events under the festival umbrella, in co-operation with
Embassies, Cultural Centers, Agents, Individual Artists.
Founded in 1999, YAYASAN PROSENI is committed to the long term development
and support of the Arts and Culture in Indonesia.
The Founding Members are: Mikhail David, Debra H. Yatim and Ary Sutedja.
Many artist and other professionals act as Advisors, some of them are:
Insiah M, Effendi, Trisutji Kamal, Luluk Purwanto, Leonard van Hein, Sharon Eng,
Shanty Harmayn, Amir Sidharta, Husodo Wahab.
The festival is coordinated by an Executive Committee.
The Executive Committee members are :
Irawan Abidin : Chairman
Mikhail David : Vice President and Artistic Director
Debra Yatim : Vice Chairwoman
Ary Sutedja : Secretary General
Sharon Eng : Treasure
Maria Kolonia : Executive Director and Member
Husodo Wahab : Member
Luluk Purwanto : Festival Manager and Member
Dolorosa Sinaga : Visual Arts Coordinator and Member
The Executive Director is responsible for the overall organization and Festival
Management and reports to the committee.
The Artistic Director works closely with the Programme Coordinators:
well renowned artist and professional responsible for the co-ordination of their
List of Programme Coordinators
A long list of top professionals have already committed to the project and are
working on their respective areas:
Music : Otto Sidarta, Tony Prabowo, Iswargia Sudarno
Fine Arts : Dolorosa Sinaga, Inda Noerhadi
Cinema : Gatot Prakoso
Architecture : Yori Antar, AMI, Adi Masardi
Fashion : Ratih Sanggarwati
Dance : Nungki Kusumastuti, Tri Sapto
Theatre : Ratna Riantiarno, Sitok Srengenge
Coordinators work together with Artistic Director and Festival management on
the International programmes. We anticipate a ratio of 60% Indonesian and
40% International participants.
JAKART @ 2001 VENUES
Besides the core events that will require admission tickets, attendance of the majority
of the activities will be Fee of Charge. This is the philosophy of JakArt@2001 and the
main differentiating point from other integrated programmes in Indonesia.
The entire city of Jakarta will be the Host of this Festival:
From conventional venues, such as Theatres, Auditoriums, Stadiums, Concert Halls,
Museums, Hotels, Galleries.
To alternative venues, such as Bars, Restaurants, Parks, Streets, Kampungs,
Schools, Empty Fields, Community Centers, etc.
To mobile venues, such as The Yayasan Porseni‘s Stage Bus.
The FESTIVAL stars Friday, 1st of June and ends Sunday, 30th of June 2001.
The official opening ceremony will take place on Thursday 30th of May 2001.
This festival coincides with Jakarta’s anniversary on the 22nd of June and
is parts of 474th Jakarta’s birthday celebration.
Supported by The Embassy of The United States of America & The Republic of
This festival will be organized for the community and is free for everybody.
THE ARTIST & SCHEDULE :
19.00 – 19.45 : The American Virtuosi - Classical - BOROWSKY FAMILY
20.10 – 21.00 : Classical / Latin – Guitar Duo KRZYSZTOF PELECH & JEREMA
21.30 – 23.00 : IRA COLEMAN’S CARABBEAN JAZZ CONNECTION
THE STORY OF ARTISTS :
Borowsky Family - classical music The American Virtuosi
Cecyllia Barczyk - cello
Emmanuel Borowsky - violin
Frances-Grace Borowsky - cello
Dr. Charles-Karol H. Borowsky - commentary
Guest pianist : Prof. Patricia Carter
The International Friends of Music Association also support the Borowsky family.
The IFMA is taking care of the honoraria recommended by the Intermuse Performing
Artists Bureau and supported by the American Embassy
Guitar Duo: Krzysztof Pelech & Jerema Klich
"Perfectly sounding guitars, an attractive repertoire with a majority of Latin rhythms
ensured vivid impressions to the audience, these impressions were prolonged with
four encores. Ones should congratulate their inventiveness of arrangement. In many
compositions they have introduced a lot of their attractive extras to the original."
Music from Egberto Gismonti, Jorge Morel, Pat Metheny, Henri Mancini, Astor
Piazolla, Celso Machado and many others.
Ira Coleman's Caribbean Jazz Connection
Ron Blake Tenor & Soprano Sax
Glenn Patcha, piano
Dion Parson, Drums
Ira Coleman, Bass
Ira Coleman's Caribbean Jazz Connection
Ron BLAKE tenor & soprano sax (performed with Roy Hargrove and Roy Haynes)
Glenn PATCHA piano, keyboards (performed with Donald Harrison and Marie Anne
Faithful) Dion PARSON drums (performed with Monty Alexander, Jon Faddis
Carnegie Hall Jazz Ens.) Ira COLEMAN bass, Ron Blake and Dion Parson are
from St. Thomas, V.I. in the Caribbean, and Glenn Patcha is originally from
Canada where he has played extensively with musicians from Jamaica (there is
a large Caribbean community in Canada) The music is a combination of material
performed with Monty Alexander and Ernest Ringling and Jazz, Reggae, Ska &
Calypso. It is joyful and great jazz!