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Rhythms of Borneo at La Promenade Mall unveils Sarawak's unique tapestry of art, music and culture

The vibrant echoes of Borneo came alive at La Promenade last weekend as the enchanting event, "Rhythms of Borneo," took centre stage.


A captivating two-weekend cultural event at La Promenade, brings to life Sarawak's heritage through traditional arts, music, and dance, fostering a deeper appreciation for its rich cultural tapestry.


The event continues for another weekend on Aug 12-13, offering FREE entry to all visitors to enjoy a vibrant celebration of the region's timeless traditions.

Here are the media highlights:


New Sarawak Tribune, 6 August

It is also organised by the At Adau group and takes place this weekend and Aug 12 to 13 and is open to all communities.



Utusan Borneo, 6 August

Bengkel Rhythms of Borneo menjanjikan sebuah pengalaman memukau tentang pengenalan kepada identiti tiga masyarakat pribumi Sarawak di La Promenade Mall.



The Borneo Post, 6 August

According to At Aday creative producer Meldrick Andrew Udos or better known as Bob, the workshop has managed to gather art and craft industry players under one roof.



DayakDaily, 6 August

At Adau’s sape player, Luke Wrender added that the event should enchant audiences with Sarawak’s diverse traditional music, going beyond the familiar sape.



Suara Sarawak, 6 August

Tambahnya, kumpulan muzik mereka tidak hanya meletakkan konsep muzik sebagai corong laluan memperkasakan budaya malah turut memasukkan elemen lain dalam masa yang sama mengetengahkan bakat-bakat baharu dalam penghasilan produk kebudayaan.



Utusan Sarawak, 6 August

Selain itu Bob Nuga berkata, Sarawak mempunyai instrumen muzik yang unik diperbuat daripada Pratuokng ini dan memberikan pengetahuan kepada generasi muda untuk menjiwai alat muzik tradisional.




See Hua Daily, 7 August

舞蹈是构成砂拉越传统的部分之一,但许多人不熟悉伊班族,比达友族,乌鲁族和马兰瑙族等族群迷人的表演。

因此,此次的婆罗洲的律动,将会呈现令人着迷等的传统舞蹈,以及关于其意义和象征意义,见解深刻的工作营。


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