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Honeywell prepares for return visit of Gamelan Cudamani

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TICKETS:Admission is $5 for adults and free for youth through high school.
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PERFORMANCE:The Honeywell Foundation welcomes the return of Gamelan Çudamani: Dance and Music of Bali scheduled 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29 in Legacy Hall at the Honeywell Center.
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DANCE:One of their many features is that their artists are multi-disciplinary, mastering gamelan, dance, voice and visual art resulting in artistically unified presentations.
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TRADITION:Nurtured and trained in the village of Pengosekan, the group is among Bali’s most respected and accomplished.

Staff Report

The Honeywell Foundation welcomes the return of Gamelan Çudamani: Dance and Music of Bali scheduled 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29 in Legacy Hall at the Honeywell Center, according to a Monday press release from Becky VanPatten, director of creative services.

Admission is $5 for adults and free for youth through high school.

Internationally hailed as one of Bali’s most forward-thinking music and dance ensembles, Çudamani is known for their exceptional creativity, superb artistry, and an unflagging love for the classical treasures of Balinese tradition.

Nurtured and trained in the village of Pengosekan, the group is among Bali’s most respected and accomplished.

One of their many features is that their artists are multi-disciplinary, mastering gamelan, dance, voice and visual art resulting in artistically unified presentations.

This 18-member ensemble weaves layers of intricate sound: the punctuation of deep great bronze gongs, charismatic leadership from the drums, stunning interlocking percussion from the bronze gangsa and finely elaborated delicacy of voice and flute.

Tickets are available online at www.honeywellcenter.org/cudamani or by calling the Honeywell Box Office at 260-563-1102.