A FUSION of Indonesian rhythm and sound came to Margaret River Independent School recently when Suara Indonesia Dance Group visited the school.
The Sydney- based dance group impressed the students and teachers with an energetic, colourful display of traditional and modern Indonesian dances and songs from Sumatra, Bali and Java.
Students participated in Randai, a form of traditional theatre from West Sumatra in which drumming pants ( Galembong) are worn, stretched tight and used to create percussion.
Suara Indonesia Dance Group is about to embark on a European tour to further promote Indonesian culture and language through the performing arts.
MRIS wave: Hugo Douglas, Sholto Armstrong, Rose Tattam, Arabella Dunn, Andi Hunter, Salli Howden-Woodland, Mia Coleman and Navah Drury perform a wave sequence with Suara Indonesian Dance Group’s Kartika Suharto-Martin, Murtala and Alfira O’Sullivan