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Five years ago

Latitudes.nu has been online for 1,5 year now.In that period we published over 500 articles, by talented Southeast Asian writers, expats and travelers. Time to...

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Dance. Ketuk Tilu by Gerard Mosterd

Duet from Ketuk Tilu, choreography by Gerard Mosterd. Music by Jugala Orchestra Bandung. Gugum Gumbirah. Voice by Euris Komariah. Danced by January Low and Raziman...

Goenawan Mohamad

Indonesia & Performing Arts: A Talk With Goenawan Mohamad

By: Gerard Mosterd Goenawan Mohamad is one of Indonesia’s most well-known intellectuals today. Looking younger than his actual age, he was born as Goenawan...

Eko Supriyanto, Sri Qadariatin, Martinus Miroto and Jamaluddin Latif in a Javanese version of Stravinsky's L'Histoire du Soldat

An Indonesian/Javanese version of Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat

L'Histoire du Soldat  is a gem of early 20th century classical music. A new, improved version of this production will be launched now with another, new star cast. This...

Rehearsing with Sumber Cipta, South of Jakarta, By: Gerard Mosterd

Kreativität Dance Indonesia presents a triple bill dance performance

Kreativität Dance Indonesia presents a triple bill dance performance. In honor of the 25th anniversary of the Gedung Kesenian Jakarta Schouwburg Festival-Gedung...

In Front of Papua by Jecko Siompo

Jecko Siompo: About Papua, Dancing Kangaroos & Hip Hop

By: Gerard Mosterd Being one of the first Europeans to spot Jecko Siompo’s eclectic work I remember watching his In Front of Papua as it was performed at the opening...

Nurturing the Youth’s Creativity through Contemporary Dance: A Collaboration among Cultures

Seminar ‘Nurturing the Youth’s Creativity through Contemporary Dance

Seminar ‘Nurturing the Youth’s Creativity through Contemporary Dance: A Collaboration among Cultures” will be taking place on Thursday, the 2nd of February...

Gerard Mosterd

A Javanese version of Stravinsky’s a Soldier’s Tale and Loevendie’s the Nightingale

Written by Stravinsky for a group of poor, unemployed artists and musicians during the crisis just after the first world war. Complex and dynamic music such as that...