Angklung is an traditional Indonesian musical instrument made of Bamboo tubes. The tubes, attached to a bamboo frame, are carved to have a resonant pitch when struck and are tuned to octaves.
Music is a universal language which bonds everyone into the circle of arts and harmony.
Muhibah Angklung will perform and show the magnificence of the Angklung, and will be will be playing modern songs from around the world.
Come and see this wonderful musical concert, Angklung: The Sound of Bamboe at the ANU Pop Up Village on 15 January 2018 at 06.00-08.00 pm near Melville Hall, ANU. FREE ENTRY
For more information, contact 0481 706 997 (Olid)
Check out the Facebook event here.