Workshop in contemporary music practices
As we are adapting to the inevitable shift to online platforms, the Alur Bunyi
program will take shape as one-on-one discussions with guest artists through our social media channels. In this new format we will be leaning more to wards educational topics regarding alternative practices in sound and music.
To the video recording
To event series: Musictalk
To Project: Alur Bunyi
Inspired by the cosmology, sonology, and culture of indigenous people from West Kalimantan (Borneo), Nursalim Yadi Anugerah is a Pontianak-based composer and multi-instrumentalist well known for his innovative approach to instrumentation and composition. As a composer and DIY ethnomusicologist, Nursalim has collaborated extensively with indigenous musician stop reserve and reinterpret their music through new compositions. He has also served for six years as the music director for the Balaan Tumaan Ensemble, a Pontianak-based creative lab and performing group inspired by traditional Kalimantan music.