PANGGUNG SENI TRADISIONAL 2022: RESTORASI TERINAI PERLIS
A Collection of Terinai Perlis
Date: 21 & 22 October 2022
Time: 8.30 pm
Venue: Dewan Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia Tourism Centre (MaTiC)
Restorasi Terinai Perlis is jointly presented by the Dance Department, Faculty of Creative Arts, Universiti Malaya, and the Policy and Research Division of the National Department for Culture and Arts (JKKN). This program is part of the series of traditional arts showcase 2022 (Panggung Seni Tradisional 2022) organised by JKKN. It is sponsored by the Ministry of Tourism Arts and Culture (MOTAC) and supported by the Majlis Kebudayaan Universiti-Universiti Malaysia (MAKUM).
This performance features the oldest Terinai and traces its evolution from the 1900s until 2022. This showcase comprises of nine (9) repertoires of Terinai – a reconstructed old Terinai and eight traditionally invented Terinai. This inaugural and groundbreaking Terinai program bring together different forms of Terinai in a single show through the artistic guidance of Terinai expert, Dr. Zamin Haroon. It is presented not only as a dance recital, but incorporates lecture, demonstration, dialogues, and audio-visual presentation to enrich the viewing experience. It will not only be a form of entertainment for art lovers, but also an educational program for the general public.
This performance is a collaborative venture between various parties such as the Faculty of Creative Arts, U.M, the National Academy of Arts, Culture, and Heritage (ASWARA), the National Department of Culture and Arts (JKKN), and the Perbadanan Adat Melayu dan Warisan Negeri Selangor (PADAT). This Terinai performance will be presented with live music, accompanied by the Gendang Keling orchestra led by a music expert, Amil Senapi.
Terinai dances that will be featured during this performance are:
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