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Lalita's First Musical Production

DONGENG NEGERI SERIBU ANGIN

"Dongeng Negeri Seribu Angin"

A Musical Celebration of Diversity

A landmark musical performance by young Indonesians for the next generation.

The concert, an original creation of Lalita Music School, was created to preserve and

cultivate traditional Indonesian childhood songs in today’s modern era. Choreography is

provided by Ballet.Id and performed by the underprivileged children in the care of HORE

Indonesia in collaboration with students of Lalita Music School, to bridge the socio-economic

gap amongst the young generations.

Three organizations which consist of young Indonesian social entrepreneurs have joined

forces to help make hopes and dreams happen through music, drama and dance.

Lalita Music School, HORE Indonesia, and Ballet.Id are proud to announce a mini musical

concert titled: Dongeng Negeri Seribu Angin (The Land of A Thousand Winds) which will be

held on May 21, 2017 at Taman Ismail Marzuki in, Jakarta.

The musical will take audience on a journey through the eyes of a little girl and her

imagination in search of herself and fulfillment of her dreams. In her quest, she explores

different parts of the Indonesian culture through a reimagined original scoring by Lalita

Music School’s Founder, recreating traditional song and dance catered for today.

 

DONGENG NEGERI SERIBU ANGIN

The Preparation & Rehearsals

Through intensive and professional training all children that participated in this musical can learn about showmanship and the importance of diligence, dedication and dicipline.

 

DONGENG NEGERI SERIBU ANGIN

The Show

Proficiat to all students and performers who participated in Mini-Musical "Dongeng Negeri Seribu Angin". We can't be prouder to have achieved this important milestone. May we remember this marvelous event and keep improving finer than what we are today.

Photos by Glymps Photography