Jazz Ensemble Workshop
by Institut Musik Daya Indonesia Alumni
The Interpretation of playing in Modern Jazz
and Latin Grooves in Jazz
with special appearance of
Philippe Ciminato (Percussions) and Sandy Winarta (Drums)

The Jazz Ensemble Workshop will be given by:
Julian Abraham Marantika (Piano)
Nikita Jeffrey Dompas (Electric Guitar)
Yudo Nugroho Doni Sundjoyo (Double Bass)
Titi Handayani Sjuman (Drums)

Date / Time : Saturday, 14th June 2008 / 11:00 until 16:00
Venue : Institut Musik Daya Indonesia
Jalan bangka Raya No.98
Jakarta Selatan – Kemang
Price : Rp 60,000 per person
for more information regarding the workshop please do not hesitate to
contact us on +62 21 7191422 or e-mail imdi@imdi-edu. org

The Emphasis of the workshop is about "playing together" and all the
details that need to be done in "playing together", such as: The Form
(Theme-Interpretati on, Chords, Time); Accompaniment (accompaniment
when playing the theme, and improvisation) ; Instrument Function in
Ensemble; Improvisation (analyzing the song's chords, scales, modes);
Communication (interaction between musician in the ensemble); Brief
History of the Music Style


Julian Abraham Marantika (Piano)
Julian whom also known as Joy started learning the Piano on the age of
14. He studied Classical Piano from Getih Indra Sunaryo. In Senior
High School Joy was active in the School Band playing the Electric
Bass. He continue to play in the Band through to University where he
studied Public Relation until he graduate. In 2001 Joy studied with
Benny Likumahuwa for Music Theory and Saxophone. In 2002 Joy took his
first Jazz Piano lesson from Riza Arshad, and at the same year he also
learn from Krisna Balagita then continue his lesson at Farabi Music

In 2003 Joy join Institut Musik Daya Indonesia for Preparatory
Program. In 2004 Joy continue his study to the Degree program. He
graduated from Institut Musik Daya Indonesia in 2007 holding Bachelor
of Music in Performance.

He has performed in several major events such as Java Jazz Festival in
2007 and 2008, Pasar Jazz 2006 with New Conservative performing
original composition, Jazz Goes to Campus 2006 accompanying Ruth
Sahanaya in Ricki Lionardi and Friends. Joy also performed in TVRI
"Jazz Club with a Trio. He did a recording session in "Jazz Masa Kini"
a compilation CD by Aksara Records. Joy was in Ricki Lionardi Big band
for a recording session for Ruth Sahanaya Christmas Album in 2006. Joy
also filled in a Soundtrack of "Dunia Mereka" in 2005.

Nikita Jeffrey Dompas (Electric Guitar)
Nikita began his serious guitar lesson at the age of 17 when he took
his first jazz guitar lesson from Oele Patiselano and later on with
Ahmad Ananda in Jakarta. At age 20, he attended Tjut Nyak Deviana
Daudsjah's Jazz Workshop "Jazz dan Anda" at The Regent Hotel, Jakarta
(2001). On the age of 22, he enrolled at Institut Musik Daya Indonesia
founded by Tjut Nyak Deviana Daudsjah for Preparatory and Degree
Program and started to play Electric Guitar and study with Guenter
Weiss - German Music Professor. Nikita also studied with numbers of
foreign guitarist such as: Hideaki Tokunaga (Japan), John Stowell
(USA) and Max Zentawer (Germany); Nikita also studied classical guitar
with Seno Aji Nugroho.

Nikita has performed and recorded with numbers of musicians and
singers, including Opus 3 Big Band, Ricky Lionardi Big Band, IMDI
Ensemble, The Daya Big Band conducted by Tjut Nyak Deviana Daudsjah
and Sri Aksana Sjuman, Indra Lesmana (Reborn & Rumah Ketujuh Big
Band), Rieka Roslan, Andien, Jamie Aditya, Gerald Albright, Lenny
Castro, Peter Scherr, and many more.

Nikita performs multifarious types of music from Jazz to Rock and
Roll. Nikita has performed in a lot of local Jazz Festival. Nikita
continues to perform original music with his own group Tomorrow People
Ensemble, at Bali Jazz, Nusa Dua Jazz Festival, Indonesia Open Jazz,
Java Jazz, and many more.

In 2005, he attended the 15th Annual International Association of
School of Jazz (IASJ) in Krakow, hosted by Krakow School of Jazz
Contemporary Music from July 3rd – 9th 2005. And recorded a live
concert CD at Radio Kracow issued by IASJ.

Yudo Nugroho Doni Sundjoyo (Contra Bass)
Born in Jakarta, 1981. Doni began his musical activity at the age of
15 when he took his first bass guitar lesson in Jakarta. At 18, he
attended Tjut Nyak Deviana Daudsjah's Jazz Workshop "Jazz dan Anda" at
The Regent Hotel, Jakarta (1999 – 2000). And at 20, he enrolled at
Institut Musik Daya Indonesia founded by Tjut Nyak Deviana Daudsjah
for Preparatory and Degree Programm and started to play Contra Bass
and study with Karoline Hoefler - German Music Professor and one of
the noted female Jazz Bassists in Europe.

In 1999 and 2000, he was the 3rd Champion of Jazz Goes To Campus
(JGTC) contest. Two years later, he performed in the Indonesia Open
Jazz and Anniversary of Indonesia Independence Day at Istana Merdeka,
Jakarta. Doni also did a recording session with Idang Rasjidi on
Idang's recording album "Live at Four Season" (2004).

In 2005 Doni attended the 15th Annual International Association of
School of Jazz (IASJ) in Krakow, hosted by Krakow School of Jazz
Contemporary Music from July 3rd – 9th.

Doni first acting career was in a movie called "Dunia Mereka" in 2005.

Titi Handayani Sjuman (Drums)
Born in Jakarta on February 1981. Titi began her drums lesson with
Gilang Ramadhan, Edy Syahroni, Samboedy, Taufan Goenarso, and Aksan
Sjuman in 1999. In 2001 she attended Tjut Nyak Deviana Daudsjah's jazz
workshop "Jazz dan Anda" at the Regent hotel, Jakarta. Then she
enrolled at Institut Musik Daya Indonesia for Degree Program. She
studied and join the workshop of Ad Colleen (Netherland) ; Bill Heid
Trio (USA); Joona Toivanen Trio (Finland); Soesja Citroen
(Netherland) ; Joe Rosenberg (USA); Rogerio Botter Maio Quartet
(Brazil); Carolla Grey, Gunther Weisz & Caroline Hoefler (Germany);
Hideaki Tokunaga & Masako Hammamura (Japan).

Titi has performed in many major events, such as Konser Kemerdekaan
Indonesia at JW Mariot Jakarta at 2002, Indonesia Open Jazz,
International Java Jazz Festival 2004 and 2005, Jazz Goes to Campus,
Institut Musik Daya Indonesia Vocals Night at Erasmus Huis, Starbucks
at regular session.

Last year Titi tries something different for her career. She tried
acting for a movie "Mereka Bilang Saya Monyet" by Djenar Maesa Ayu. It
was a big succes for her acting career, it wun her "The Best New Comer
Actress" at Indonesian Movie Award 2008.

Philippe Ciminato (Percussions)
From Nice, France, Philippe Ciminato has traveled the world
extensively, to Europe, the Caribbean Islands, Africa, South East
Asia, China and Australia, both as student and performer.

He started playing in high-school bands and has studied Latin
percussions with Cuban master Javier Campos Martinez and Colombians
Faiser J.Flores and Alonso Gonzales.

In 1996 he joined the Brazilian percussion ensemble La Batucada
"Bosinaires de Nissa". Since, as an independent musician, he has
played in concerts, festivals and workshops with internationally
acclaimed Steve Thornton, Lenny Castro, Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez,
Gerald Albright, Salena Jones, Joe Rosenberg, Rashidi Pembe, Antonio
Santoro, "Tony" Cintron, John Hondorp, and many other wonderful
musicians who always inspire and transmit wonderful energy through the
art of music.

Philippe is now based in Jakarta-Indonesia where he is completing his
Master of Music degree program under the tuition of the great Prof.
Tjut Nyak Deviana Daudsjah. He also teaches privately and at the
Institut Musik Daya Indonesia (IMDI).

On the live scene, performances include with Rieka Roeslan & the
Troubadours, Aksan Sjuman, Indra Lesmana, Dwiki Dharmawan Orchestra,
Humania, Krisdayanti, Ruth Sahanaya, Sujiwo Tejo, Park Drive, Nayamul,
Nita Aartsen… also with DJ's and on TV programs.

Philippe has formed a couple of band/projects such Rumbateria and
Sixth Element. He is currently recording the first album of his new
group TAO KOMBO, due for release soon.

While sharing his love, knowledge and experience of the Latin
percussions, Philippe keeps studying the national treasures of
Indonesian arts and believes in the wonderful future of music in this
era of globalization and universality.

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