It is not unknown that us humans have a long history with music and nightlife. And I do mean long. Like prehistoric-type long. Read on and celebrate your musical and nocturnal side with us!
NOW! Jakarta editorial intern and model student at JIS, Victoria Budiono explores the subject based on her own experience at Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS).
MUSIKINI, the first contemporary music festival, will take place at the end of this year with epic concerts featuring Batavia Madrigal Singers and The Resonanz Children Choir as well as Gandari opera led by Tony Prabowo himself.
NOW! Jakarta sat down with Paris-born singer Philippe Vazard and Indonesian bassist Damar to hear more about Khayalan and the Master Project, a cross-cultural rock band on a mission to inspire the world through music.
Multi-talented keroncong singer, Endah Laras, penetrated local and international stages armed with Javanese traditional arts and culture.
Since it was first introduced two years ago, the project Alur Bunyi organised by Goethe Institut Indonesien has became a music laboratory and a platform of experimentation.
Although not all that well known here yet, the music and dance of ‘northern soul’ is finding its way into dance clubs and other venues throughout the city by increasingly popular demand.
Our beloved musical city offers various venues to hold music performances. Here are just a handful of these for you to check out.