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Music Archive of Monash University (MAMU) Presents Concerts at the Monash MPavilion

On the first Sunday of each month from 2–4pm in the Monash MPavilion, the performing arts of the Asian and First Nation Peoples who live in the Monash Clayton area will be performed.

Music Archive (MAMU) 5 March, 2019
Margaret Kartomi wins Australia Indonesia Research award

Margaret Kartomi wins Australia Indonesia Research award

Professor of Ethnomusicology at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Professor Margaret Kartomi has won the prestigious research award by the Australia Indonesia Association (AIA), recognising Professor Kartomi’s almost 50 years of

15 March, 2018
Margaret Kartomi (right) in traditional Lampung-Indonesian costume with two Indonesian choreographer-awardees holding her cultural award at the ceremony in Jakarta Theatre

Margaret Kartomi receives major award in Indonesia

Monash Arts ethnomusicologist Professor Margaret Kartomi has received the 2016 Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture's prestigious Penghargaan Kebudayaan (Cultural Awards – Foreign Individuals category), one of only three

5 October, 2016

Monash University launches Material Arts of Aceh exhibition as part of ICCE Aceh Conference

On September 26, Dr Megan Power of the Australia-Indonesia Centre opened a new exhibition of the Material Arts of Aceh, titled Keuneubah Indatu (“Aceh’s Cultural Heritage”), as part of the 15-day International Conference and

4 October, 2016
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Carl Linger, The Complete Songs

Carl Ferdinand August Linger was born in Berlin on 16 March 1810 and died in Adelaide in 1862. After early music studies in Berlin; Linger visited Milan and Venice to further his composition career and later returned to his home city.

17 January, 2015
Monash University news

Second International Symposium on the Malay Musical Arts of Indonesia’s Riau Islands (SIRI)

In January 2015, the Music Archive of Monash University hosted the Second International Symposium on the Malay Musical Arts of Indonesia's Riau Islands (SIRI).

12 October, 2014
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The Repository of Indonesian Arts (RIA)

The Repository of the Indonesian Arts (RIA) is a physical and digital collection of recordings, art objects, photographs and writings on the music, dance, theatre and other performing arts of various islands and provinces of Indonesia, including

10 October, 2014