Rumah Budaya Nusantara Puspo Budoyo in Rome

Rumah Budaya Nusantara - Puspo Budoyo

Golek Putri Dance from Yogyakarta

Topeng Tarung Dance from West Jawa

Topeng Tarung Dance from West Jawa

Jaipongan Puspo Dance from West Jawa

Jaipongan Puspo Dance from West Jawa

Jaipongan Puspo Dance from West Jawa

Jaipongan Puspo Dance from West Jawa

Gandrung Dance from East Jawa

Gandrung Dance from East Jawa

Zapin Dance from Sumatra

Zapin Dance from Sumatra

Dadas Dance from Central Kalimantan

Dadas Dance from Central Kalimantan

Dadas Dance from Central Kalimantan

Saman Dance from Aceh

Saman Dance from Aceh

Saman Dance from Aceh

Dancer - Back Stage

Dancer - Back Stage

Text and Foto: STEFANO ROMANO

 

Rome has hosted, from 26 September to 4 October, the fifteenth edition of “ASIATICA – Meeting with Asian cinema.” Thanks always Indonesian Embassy to the Holy See and its Ambassador Mr. H.E. Budiarman Bahar, ASIATICA had as its corollary the cultural dance performance group Rumah Budaya Nusantara Puspo Budoyo, who opened the festival at the museum MACRO Sept. on 26, and then performed at the Palladium Theatre on 27 in a long session comprising seven different dances and songs arranged with traditional Indonesian instruments: Gamelan, Angklung and Kolintang.

For the second time in Rome, the dance group delighted the audience with their performance and their gorgeous costumes.

Rumah Budaya Nusantara - Puspo Budoyo

Rumah Budaya Nusantara – Puspo Budoyo

The Mission Director of “Puspo Budoyo” is Luluk Sumiarso and Advisor is Hari Sulistyowati.

The Puspo Budoyo performed:

Topeng Tarung Dance from West Jawa

Topeng Tarung Dance from West Jawa

Saman Dance from Aceh

Saman Dance from Aceh

Golek Putri Dance (Yogyakarta)

Topeng Tarung Dance (West Jawa)

Jaipongan Puspo Dance (West Jawa)

Gandrung Dance (East Jawa)

Zapin Dance (Sumatra)

Dadas Dance (Central Kalimantan)

Saman Dance (Aceh)

With some traditional songs and western songs like “Es Lilin”, “Kopi Dangdut” and “Besame Mucho”

Dancer - Back Stage

Dancer – Back Stage

Dancer - Back Stage

Dancer – Back Stage

 

 

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