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The Bali Hills are Alive with the Sound of Music

Ubud Village Jazz Festival August 9-10, 2013


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(3/10/2013)

Bali will be the venue for a major musical event in August with the Ubud Village Jazz Festival 2013 (UVJF-2013) scheduled for August 9-10.

According the Beritabali.com, a number of leading Indonesian and world-class musicians are slated to perform in the hillside arts community of Ubud, including: Peter Beets (Holland); Uwe Plath, Dian Pratiwi (Germany); Yokohama Association of Artists (Japan); David Ades (Australia); Balawan, Dwiki Dharmawan, Simak Dialog, The Jongens, Dira Sugadhi, Yuri Mahatma, Koko Harsoe, Astrid Sulaiman, Rio Sidik, Ito Kurdhi, and the Underground Jazz Movement (Indonesia).

Promoted as the first international jazz festival to be operated as a “Green Festival” – plans are underway to minimize the use of energy with LED lighting and torches. Musicians will travel to and from their appearance on bicycles, and recyclable materials will be employed wherever possible.

Carbon compensation programs will include a tree-planting program held in conjunction with UVJF 2013.

Grace Jeanie, the spokesperson of UVJF 2013, told the press in Denpasar on March 8, 2013: “Our hope is that even though this is a relatively small festival, it will send a big message to those who attend. Because of this, we are calling this a ‘small festival with a big message.’ The programs are of a small scope but of high quality with participation by jazz musicians from across Indonesia and other countries.”

[Ubud Village Jazz Festival Website]

 


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