Dance Repertoire

Photo by Christian Jose


BATIN KEMUNING Riau

A malay dance, describes the dynamics of the society in Keritang kingdom.

JAIPONG WALEDAN West Java

The dance of feminine strength.

Photo by Christian Jose

GAMBYONG PAREANOM Central Java

This dance depicts the beauty of javanese women.

Photo by Christian Jose

GITEK BALEN Jakarta

From the betavian tribe, the dance expresses swiftness of movement.

Photo by Aditya Pratama

PAYUNG West Sumatra

The Umbrella dance is played by a pair of young man and woman, it tells about the man approaching a girl and how he cares about his girl.

KEMBANG GIRANG Bali

A dance performed by women with swift movements.

Photo by KJRI – Frankfurt

TOPENG GONG Jakarta

Coming of age story of young adolescents in “Pesantren”

ENGGANG TERBANG East Borneo

Dance of the ancestors of Dayak Kenyah, East Kalimantan in form of hornbill birds.

Photo by Ganesrian Rangga

PATTENNUNG South Sulawesi

The elegance of weaving culture of Buginese women in Sulawesi.

Photo by Ganesrian Rangga

PENDET Bali

A dance to welcome guests.

Photo by Reni Wilhelmi

SAMAN Aceh

The dance which mirrors the value religiosity, education, common courtesy, patriotism, solidarity, and togetherness.

MERAK West Java

The peacock dance expresses grace and beauty.

Photo by KJRI – Frankfurt

KIDANG KENCANA Bali

Dance of the deers.

Photo by Ganesrian Rangga

KEMBANG KEMOR Jakarta

Tells about the beauty of blooming flowers.

Photo by JKI/EIKG

PIRING West Sumatra

The plate dance is very intricate because speed and swiftness are needed in balancing the plates.

Photo by Ganesrian Rangga

NGAROJENG Jakarta

Describes the joy of batavian girls as they play during the full moon.

Photo by Reni Wilhelmi

SIMALUNGUN North Sumatra

MAMBRI Papua

The dance of papua warriors.

Photo by Ganesrian Rangga

RANTAK North Sumatra

The dance is inspired from Pencak Silat movements.

YAPONG Jakarta

Expression of joy through an energetic and dynamic dance.

PASAMBAHAN West Sumatra

A welcoming dance to honored guests.

Toraja