With the objective to support the classical music existence and to become the pioneer of classical music events in Bali, Padma Hotels once again presents another anticipated classical music event featuring Jakarta Concert Orchestra in September. Directed by one of Indonesia’s best conductor, Avip Priatna and perfected by his musical troop; Giovani Biga on violin, Marini Widyastari and Metta Faurizka Ariono on flute, also Wirya Satya on Oboe, they will be performing classical pieces from Beethoven to Indonesian folk songs.
Avip Priatna pursued his study at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna and completed his Magister Artium with a high laude distinction from the Catholic University of Parahyangan. He then founded Jakarta Chamber Orchestra in 2002 with the aim of delivering excellent symphony orchestra to more people. Throughout his musical career, Priatna has performed in countless orchestras and won several awards around the world.
Giovani Biga’s recent success at the 6th Stockholm International Music Competition shows that he was truly born to play music. Biga currently studies at Hochschule Für Musik Detmold, Germany and managed to be chosen to represent Indonesia in the prestigious Asian Youth Orchestra, amongst some other talented international musicians.
Marini Widyastari, Metta Faurizka Ariono will colour the evening with their unique instrument, flute. Widyastari is an active member of Jakarta Concert Orchestra who started her passion in flute at the age of 15 while a mother of two, Ariono has taken part in many musical orchestras in and outside Indonesia.
Jakarta Concert Orchestra will be held on the 2nd of September 2017 at Padma Resort Ubud for IDR 399,000+ per person. The price includes a buffet dinner, free flow wine, soft drink and juice. For those missing the show in Ubud, it will be held the next day at Padma Resort Legian on the 3rd of September 2017 for IDR 250,000 nett per person with wine, beer, juice and canapé included. 50% discount is available for classical music students and expectant mothers. It will sure to be one heavenly evening for all the classical music enthusiasts in Bali.