Friday, January 11, 2013

GEORGETOWN HEBOH MUSICAL DRAMA PHOTOS

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STREETS ALIVE PRESENTED BY OMBAK-OMBAK ARTSTUDIO 7th July 2012 during UNESCO Penang Heritage Celebration
Check out video of our performance :-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3pvrWK2CRQ&list=PL2U6jgGTP4SYvXjNYvvaRJAMi_84cY9vT






And more photos from the Workshop Presentation at The Whiteaways Arcade





Streets Alive, George Town Heboh Musical Drama + Community Street Exhibition 7 July, 2012

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River meets light

River Meets Light - The River Art Project


A mixed media performance, River Meets Light encompassing light design, dance, music and visuals in an evening of experiential showcase to trace the past and present relationship between our rivers and communities. The first workshop presentation, held in conjunction with International Day of Action for Rivers on March 12th, will lead to a sequence of events within this year, including a premiere performance during the George Town Festival at the end of July. Concurrently, an exhibition will be conducted in August at MAP@Publika in Kuala Lumpur to raise awareness of the unfortunate state of our rivers and the need for its revitalization. The evening of performance will see eco-sculpture installations, dance, poetry recitation, interplay of sounds from songs and dialogue with the river communities, environmental music from recycled materials, and light and audio-visual projection.

PRODUCED BY Ombak Ombak ARTStudio
Artistic Collaborators: Aida Redza, Tan Sooi Beng, Lisa Foo
Creative Team: Yasunari Rajendra
Poetry: Cecil Rajendra
Performers: Reese Lee, Kent Tan, Hil Ramli, Izzardzafli bin Padzil
Musicians: Kang Su Kheng, Sivasilan Muniandy

SPONSORS With support from
The Krishen Jit-Astro Fund Balai Seni Lukis Negara

Special thanks to Muzium dan Galeri Tuanku Fauziah, Universiti Sains Malaysia Jabatan Kebudayaan dan Kesenian Negara, Negeri Pulau Pinang

IN CONJUCTION WITH GEORGETOWN FESTIVAL 2011




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An evocative site-specific work that traces the intricate relationship between our rivers and
communities. Premiering at Prangin Canal for Georgetown Festival 2011, River Meets Lights explores the forgotten historic waterway through expressive movements, music, eco-sculpture installations, poetry and visual projections. 

Artistic Collaborators: Aida Redza, Tan Sooi Beng, Lisa Foo
Artistic Director: Chee Sek Thim
Creative Team: Hasnul J Saidon, Yasunari, Ng Chor Guan
Special Feature: A. Samad Said (National Poet of Malaysia) and his son Az Samad
Poetry Contribution: Cecil Rajendra
Lighting Designer: Joie Koo
Costume Designer: Sam Tan

Musicians: Andy Siti, Christina Wang, Farhan Jufry, Kang Su Kheng, Sivasilan Muniandy
Performers: Azura Abal Abas, Izzardzafli Padzil, Kent Tan, Hil Ramli, Nurul Akmal, Reese Lee

Producer: Ho Sheau Fung
Stage Manager: Shah Zainal
Technical Coordinator: Tan Hock Kheng
Publicity: Reese Lee, Chen Yoke Pin

Produced by Ombak-Ombak ArtStudio
With support from the Krishen Jit-Astro Fund, thinkCITY, Balai Seni Lukis Negara
Publika, Straits Collection
Special thanks to Muzium dan Galeri Tuanku Fauziah, University Sains Malaysia 




Thursday, February 19, 2009

River Meets Light

RIVER ART PROJECT

presents

River Meets Light


Date: 12 March 2011

Time: 8.45pm

Venue: Sungai Pinang at the junction of Lorong Kulit (Beside Stadium Pulau Pinang) Click here for location map

Free Admission

Synopsis

A mixed media performance, River Meets Light encompassing light design, dance, music and visuals in an evening of experiential showcase to trace the past and present relationship between our rivers and communities.

The first workshop presentation, held in conjunction with International Day of Action for Rivers on March 12th, will lead to a sequence of events within this year, including a premiere performance during the George Town Festival at the end of July. Concurrently, an exhibition will be conducted in August at MAP@Publika in Kuala Lumpur to raise awareness of the unfortunate state of our rivers and the need for its revitalization.

The evening of performance will see eco-sculpture installations, dance, poetry recitation, interplay of sounds from songs and dialogue with the river communities, environmental music from recycled materials, and light and audio-visual projection.

Direction Click here for location map

By Bus

1) Bus 206 to Rumah kelahiran P. Ramlee. The performance is behind Rumah P. Ramlee.

2) Bus 11


By Car

Stadium Pulau Pinang near Lorong Kulit.


Please contact Tan Hock Kheng at 012 428 2711 for further information.

PRODUCED BY

Ombak Ombak ARTStudio

SPONSORS

With support from

The Krishen Jit-Astro Fund

Balai Seni Lukis Negara

Special thanks to

Muzium dan Galeri Tuanku Fauziah, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Jabatan Kebudayaan dan Kesenian Negara, Negeri Pulau Pinang


Music of Sound Workshop

Music of Sound Workshop
Calling for Young participants!
Music of Sound Workshop
on the Penang Botanic Gardens for young participants above 11 years old


a project initiated by Ombak Ombak ARTStudio, supported by USM, SERI and Friend of Botanic Gardens Society


ACTIVITIES

EXPLORE one of the oldest Botanic Gardens in Southeast Asia through music and movement.

CREATE music with objects and sounds from the Gardens, and gamelan instruments.

MOVE with the plants and animals.


VENUE
Penang Botanic Gardens and 12, Jalan Brown

DURATION
20Nov-12Dec 2010 (8.30am-12noon)
full attendance is required

FREE OF CHARGE

For registration and enquiries, contact:
Toh Lai Chee 017- 4680653
or ombakombak@gmail.com

Closing Date : 5 Nov 2010

for more info: visit:

http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=92455701703






A sequel to the highly acclaimed community performances

Kisah Pulau Pinang (2006) and Ronggeng Merdeka (2007)



OMBAK OMBAK ARTSTUDIO

presents



"KO-TAI PENANG"

槟榔屿歌台




A musical drama capturing people's stories about the changes in Penang since the founding of the City of George Town. Featuring songs and dances of famous Penang musicians, kotai song-stage and ronggeng performers!

The presentation style of this musical brings to life Penang’s tradition of street performances such as Ko-tai, Chinese opera, storytelling and Ronggeng which have been enjoyed by various ethnic communities.

Following this tradition, Ko-tai Penang will perform in community spaces, in the open air, in 3 locations in Penang

SHOW 1

27 December 2009, 8.15pm ~ Junction of Armenian St & Pitt St


SHOW 2

2 January 2010, 8.15pm ~ Esplanade Padang Kota Lama


SHOW 3

3 January 2010, 8.15pm ~ Air Itam, Reservoir Garden




Inquiry: 016 - 472 1132

Email: ombakombak@gmail.com

Blog: http://kotaipenang.wordpress.com


Previous Production

Previous Production
Ombak Ombak ARTStudio presents

A solo performance lecture - Gostan Forward by Marion D’Cruz

In collaboration with
director Mark Teh
and
visual designer Grey Yeoh



Gostan Forward is an excavation of Marion D’Cruz’s dance memory

Gostan Forward premiered at Kuala Lumpur’s Central Market in early May this year and received rave reviews for its innovative approach in showcasing Marion’s overlapping roles as student, dancer, choreographer and educator. The performance lecture traces her growth as a radical artist, revealing her choices, strategies and influences over the span of her 35-year dance career in Malaysia. Marion tells stories and performs excerpts from her favourite and most significant dances, including Terinai, Swan Song, Urn Piece, Chilayu and many more.

See what others say about the performance

Arteri Malaysia

The Sun

You Tube


Five Arts Centre

The project is supported by Five Arts Centre, ASTRO, HSBC in the Arts, Ancasa Hotels and Resorts, Penang Heritage Trust and also School of Arts, USM.

Gostan Forward will be performed at Penang Heritage Trust, 3pm Saturday, 25 July 2009; and Panggung Sasaran USM, 3pm Sunday,26 July 2009 in conjunction with 1st Anniversary George Town World Heritage Site Celebrations

Entry by donation. Limited Seats.
RM 12 Adults
RM 5 Students

For reservation, please contact
012- 4045733
Email : ombakombak@gmail.com
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