Experience the relaxing, rich textures of gamelan music in an evening of longer, meditative pieces for Javanese gamelan.
The Sumunar Gamelan Ensemble, directed by Joko Sutrisno, will play traditional Javanese gendhing in an open, informal house concert.
All are welcome. Come when you can and stay as long as you like. Bring your favorite pillow or your favorite book. Tea will be served. We are asking everyone to please wear a mask to cover your nose and mouth, for the protection of everyone involved. Thank you, and see you November 7th!
Sunday, November 7, 2021, 4:30-7:30 p.m.
512 North Prior Avenue, St. Paul 55104
Free admission – contributions gratefully accepted.
In Indonesia, the word sumunar means a glowing, brilliant light–one that is radiant and beautiful, and one that illuminates and warms the soul.
Dedicated to teaching, performing and sharing the arts and culture of Indonesia, Sumunar invites you to be a part of the luminous light.
Whether you’re enjoying a concert, taking a gamelan or dance class, or learning more about Indonesia, our goal is to share the rich sounds, stories and traditions of Indonesia with you in an open and relaxed environment. Sumunar is among the Twin Cities’ cultural treasures that can be enjoyed by all ages.