8 pm, Jan 11, 2014
Salihara Theatre, Jakarta
Nita Aartsen – Jalu Pratidina – Adi Darmawan – Donny Suhendra – Arif Dharma – Idham Noorsaid – M. Iqbal
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TICKETS: Rp 75.000 (Students: Rp 35.000)
Silverlake Jazz Fest 2012 on Dec 15 at Silverlake Vineyard, Pattaya
Image Credit: frigglive/Veronica Ng
Fast rising Indonesian star Nita Aartsen is all about the connection between classical, jazz, a delightful touch of bossa and Latin music. Nita is a gifted pianist who also sings and she stands out as a music composer. Be it pop, rock, blues, classical, or any other genre, she breathes soul into it to make it alive.
On her website, Nita says “Music is like home to me.. It’s like a dining room where I have my harmony food, it’s like a bed to lie down and relax my mind from my restlessness, it’s like a living room where I join my fellow musicians, and even a spiritual room for my peace and inspiration. Music is also like a big garden for joy, fun and excitement.”
It was plain to see that music is everything for Nita, and that was what she gave at the Borneo Jazz Festival. Her show was thoroughly enjoyed by her audience. My favorite had to be “Lullaby of Motherland”, where her forceful Piano playing weaved skillfully through the pounding bass and hypnotic vocals.
Nita’s fans in Malaysia, rejoice! For Nita is one of the headlining acts of this year’s Borneo Jazz Festival at ParkCity Everly Hotel, Miri, Sarawak.
Nita’s performance is on Friday, May 11, 22:00.
Nita will also do two preview shows in Kuala Lumpur:
May 8, 20:30 and May 9, 20:45 at Taylor’s University, Lakeside Campus.