San Diego State University School of Music and Dance presents Javanese Music and Dance by the SDSU Javanese Gamelan Ensemble, part of SDSU's World Music Series Spring 2018
The Javanese Gamelan performance ensemble is offered through the music department’s ethnomusicology program and is part of an ornate history. The program was first introduced to the university by Robert Brown in the ’70s. The Gamelan’s current instructor is Pak Djoko Walujo, who has been teaching at SDSU since 1994.
The World Music program in the School of Music and Dance has a long and rich history at SDSU. With the increasing importance of cultural awareness and understanding, the world music ensembles offer students a meaningful musical opportunity to engage in the artistic, social, and historical contexts of contemporary, non-western cultures. Children, 17 and under, are free with ticket distribution at the box office while supply lasts.
Support-the-Arts Full-Price: $20 + Fee
ArtsTix Price: $10 + Fee
General admission seating. For travel, parking and MTS information, please visit: music.sdsu.edu.
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