saratus persen

saratus persen

BandWorldFolk

indonesian world music group

Biography

saratuspersen (Indonesian: “a hundred percent”) is a unique musical group which was formed on September 1st, 2001 in Bandung, West Java. It fuses various musical genres with exotic instruments and colours from around the world.
The group combines Balinese instruments (pamade, kantil) with Western musical instruments such as drums, electric bass, trumpet, trombone, saxophone, bongo, rototom, timbales, percussion and violin. They also include Sundanese and African instruments in their performances, including the kendang (a Sundanese kick drum), the suling, a Sundanese bamboo flute), the tarompet (the Sundanese wood trumpet) and the African djembe

INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE

“World drum festival: Beat The World” Malaysia 2008 :
Dataran Merdeka, Sungei Weng, Pavillion, Sunway Pyramid, The Duke,

“Hakodate Kokusai Minzoku Geijutsu Sai” Hakodate, Jepang 2008 :
Shimin Kaikan, Tsukuri Centre, Motomachi Koen, Hakodate Bay, Gyoroku Tower

Australia 2009 : “Indofest” Adelaide, SA Folk Centre, Flinders Univ, Adelaide Univ, MCCC Melbourne

Australia 2010 : “Indofest” Adelaide, Flinders Univ, Unley Citizen Centre, Rundle Mall , St Kilda College, Indonesian Consulate Melbourne

Singapore 2010 : Esplanade

Malaysia 2012 : MH Hotel Ipoh, Bandar Lumut, Kuala Langsar, MBI City Square Ipoh, Gerik

Discography

- mini album ‘sundanese in bali’
- album ‘sound of orang kampung’
- single ‘kau’
- compilation ‘Persib’
- compilation 10 countries ‘World Music & Dance’ Japan
- compilation ‘The Rough Guide to Undiscovered World’ London, England