OCTOBER 26, 2018: OPENING CEREMONY
|20.00-21.00||Opening Prayer Session|
OCTOBER 27, 2018: DISCUSSION: SUNDALAND AND ITS ANCIENT LEMURIA-ATLANTIS CIVILIZATIONS
1.Dicky ZA, author of Arkhytirema novel and founder of Lanterha The Lemurian Meditation
2.Dhani Irwanto, author of Atlantis The Lost City Is In Java Sea book
3.Suyanto, Cultural ActivistModerator:
Ahmad Y. Samantho, author of Peradaban Atlantis Nusantara (Nusantara Atlantis Civilisation) book
OCTOBER 27, 2018: MUSIC CLINIC
|13.00-14.00||Indian Tabla: Ustadz Shabbir Hasan Warsi, Jawaharlal Nehru Indian Cultural Centre|
|14.00-15.00||Chinese Zither (Guzheng): Eni Agustien|
|15.00-16.00||Sundanese Zither (Kacapi): Perceka Art Center, Cianjur|
OCTOBER 27, 2018: PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION & DISCUSSION
|14.00-16.00||Theme: World Peace|
OCTOBER 27, 2018: BAZAAR
|13.00-24.00||Sundanese clothes, machete/golok, bamboo craft, gems and many more|
OCTOBER 27, 2018: MAIN EVENT
|18.15-18.30||Sundanese Yodelling/Wordless Vocal (Beluk): Dangiang Linggar Manik, Subang|
|18.30-18.45||Balinese Sacred Dance: Rejang|
|18.45-19.00||Sundanese Sacred Performance Art of Aki Lengser|
|19:05-19:15||Sundanese Jaw Harp (Karinding): Ki Gola, Bogor|
|19:20-19:35||Indian Tabla: Ustadz Shabbir Hasan Warsi, Jawaharlal Nehru Indian Cultural Centre|
|19:40-19:55||Chinese Zither (Guzheng): Eni Agustien|
|20:00-20:15||Japanese Zither (Koto): Jakarta Koto Club|
|20:20-20:35||Sundanese Zither & Talk (Kacapi Suling): Aki Dadan & Mang Tatang Setiadi, Cianjur|
|20:40-21:00||Sundanese Sung Epic (Kacapi Pantun): Abah S. Dradjat Kusumahdiningrat, Bandung|
|22:00-24:00||Sundanese Sung Poetry (Gembyung): Mang Ayi Ruhiyat, Subang|
|04:30 AM||Sundanese Solo Flute: Kanekes, Banten|
His first public appearance in 2007 has surprised many classical Sundanese music lovers across the country. People have waited for a very long time to see a talented classical Sundanese music player at the time.
He learned his skills from several famous Sundanese musicians, such as Aang Didi in Cinangka Ujungberung, who taught him performing solo singing without accompaniment by musical instruments, or called Mantun Beton. The lyrics of the old pantun he learned from Sukaman. He also had been guided by Dalang Ki Asep Sunandar Sunarya on how to insert messages of moral goodness in the play.
Mang Ayi has completed many projects in cooperation with domestic and overseas musicians. Now he is known as one of the most respectable classical Sundanese kacapi suling player in Indonesia.
He is a maestro who dedicated his life to Mamaos Cianjuran. A Sundanese classical music which is very popular in the area of Cianjur, West Java. He has been playing this music for a very long time. Almost 60 years.
He played frequently before President Soekarno between 1960-1964 in Cipanas Palace. He had also asked to perform in State Palace in Jakarta.
He travelled to Europe to introduce the beauty of Mamaos Cianjuran.
The beauty of Indian music will be presented through an interesting play of tabla and sitar performed by Ustadz Shabbir Hasan Warsi and his friends from Jawaharlal Nehru Indian Cultural Center in Jakarta.
Ustadz Shabbir was born in New Delhi, India. He is a disciple of Delhi Gharana and known as a first class musician in India.
Eni is the founder of Miladomus Music School in Jakarta. She is one of the best Guzheng players in Indonesia. Her music skill first learned from Wang Xiu Zhen in Taiwan and later deepened by being a student of Professor He Bao Quan and Sun Wen Yuan at the Shanghai Conservatory Music in China.
She has performed in many music festivals in Indonesia and overseas: solo concerts in Japanese cities, The Inspiration of Guzheng at Goethe Institute Jakarta, Grandioso 100 Guzheng Music Stratophere in Singapore, a charity concert with Panda Guzheng Group in Singapore and Steven Chorale at Touch Community Theatre Singapore, The Spirit from China, National Imlek Concert in Jakarta, represents Indonesia at Asian Traditional Music Forum, 5th World Guzheng Cultural Exchange Conference at Yang Zhou, China, International Rondalla Festival in the Philippines, Concert 100 Kecapi in Jakarta, INO Voice of Diversity in Australia and Turning Point II Concert.