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Employment History

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Faculty

The Cantus


Music Director

The National Symphony Orchestra


Composer

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Able Music Director

NUSANTARA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA


Affiliations

Art Summit Indonesia

Member


Education

Jakarta Institute of Arts


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These included tape pieces by Yose Haryo Suyoto, Harry Ruesli's Batas Echo (1978), Otto Sidharta's Saluang Pekan Komponis I (1979, and Franki Raden's Dilarang Bertepuk Tangan di Dalam Toilet (1980).
Otto Sidharta Born in Bandung, Indonesia, in 1955, Otto Sidharta is a composer, educator and conductor. He studied at the Jakarta Institute of Arts (Institut Kesenian Jakarta) in the 1970s, where he first encountered electronic music. Sidharta completed his graduate studies (composition and electronic music) at the Sweelinck Conservatorium (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), studying with Ton de Leeuw. Sidharta's electronic music includes environmental sounds. His first work, Kemelut (1979), draws upon water sounds. Ngendau (1982), Hutan Plastik (1982) and East Wind (1983), include soundscapes and live performance and make use of sounds of animals and nature in the jungles of Borneo, on Nias Island. Wind of Trade is a soundscape about Dutch and Indonesian culture, including street markets, nature, children and sounds of the sea. His most recent work in this genre is Soundscape I (1995). Otto Sidharta has been on the faculty of the Jakarta Institute of the Arts (Institut Kesenian Jakarta) and the Cantus (Music Education and Information Center, Jakarta). He has also served as Music Director of the National Symphony Orchestra (Orkes Symphony Nasional). Indeed, Jakarta has been the locus of activity for Slamet Sjukur, Sapto Raharjo and Otto Sidharta.


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These included tape pieces by Yose Haryo Suyoto, Harry Ruesli's Batas Echo (1978), Otto Sidharta's Saluang Pekan Komponis I (1979, and Franki Raden's Dilarang Bertepuk Tangan di Dalam Toilet (1980).
Otto Sidharta Born in Bandung, Indonesia, in 1955, Otto Sidharta is a composer, educator and conductor. He studied at the Jakarta Institute of Arts (Institut Kesenian Jakarta) in the 1970s, where he first encountered electronic music. Sidharta completed his graduate studies (composition and electronic music) at the Sweelinck Conservatorium (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), studying with Ton de Leeuw. Sidharta's electronic music includes environmental sounds. His first work, Kemelut (1979), draws upon water sounds. Ngendau (1982), Hutan Plastik (1982) and East Wind (1983), include soundscapes and live performance and make use of sounds of animals and nature in the jungles of Borneo, on Nias Island. Wind of Trade is a soundscape about Dutch and Indonesian culture, including street markets, nature, children and sounds of the sea. His most recent work in this genre is Soundscape I (1995). Otto Sidharta has been on the faculty of the Jakarta Institute of the Arts (Institut Kesenian Jakarta) and the Cantus (Music Education and Information Center, Jakarta). He has also served as Music Director of the National Symphony Orchestra (Orkes Symphony Nasional). Indeed, Jakarta has been the locus of activity for Slamet Sjukur, Sapto Raharjo and Otto Sidharta.


Composers on YCMF 2009

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Otto Sidharta
Pada tahun 2008 belajar komposisi di Conservatory of Music UPH, di bawah bimbingan Matius Shan Boone, Antonius S. Priyanto dan Otto Sidharta. Otto Sidharta (Jakarta) Born in Bandung, Indonesia, 1955. Lives and works in Jakarta, Indonesia. He finished his post-graduate study in composition and electronic music composition at Sweelinck Conservatorium (Amsterdam, the Netherlands) under the guidance of Professor Ton de Leeuw (1926-1996). Sidharta's interest in using environmental sounds to express his musical ideas developed when he was a student at the Jakarta Institute of Arts (Institut Kesenian Jakarta). He performed his first electronic music piece, Kemelut, based on water sounds in the First Indonesian Young Composer Festival (Pekan Komponis Indonesia) in 1979. In 1982 he collected some nature and animal sounds on Nias Island, in the Borneo (Kalimantan) jungle, and other remote places in Indonesia. These sounds were used as material for some of his works such as "Ngendau", "Hutan Plastik", and "East Wind". For supplement/upstream, Sidharta had created "Wind of Trade", a soundscape based on the sounds and voices associated with Dutch and Indonesian culture, such as sounds from nature, markets, street vendors, trains, ships and children playing. Besides being a composer, Sidharta is Chairman of both the Music Committee of Jakarta Art Council (Komite Musik Dewan Kesenian Jakarta) and Indonesian Composer's Association (Asosiasi Komponis Indonesia). He teaches at Jakarta Institute of Arts (Institut Kesenian Jakarta) and in Cantus (Music Education and Information Center, Jakarta). Furthermore, he is the Music Director for the National Symphony Orchestra (Orkes Simfoni Nasional). At present he teaches at Jakarta Institute of Arts (Institut Kesenian Jakarta) and Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH) for composition and other related subject. Belajar musik secara formal sejak tahun 2008, di Conservatory of Music, Universitas Pelita Harapan, dengan studi di bidang komposisi di bawah bimbingan Matius Shan Boone dan Otto Sidharta.


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These included tape pieces by Yose Haryo Suyoto, Harry Ruesli's Batas Echo (1978), Otto Sidharta's Saluang Pekan Komponis I (1979, and Franki Raden's Dilarang Bertepuk Tangan di Dalam Toilet (1980).
Otto Sidharta Born in Bandung, Indonesia, in 1955, Otto Sidharta is a composer, educator and conductor. He studied at the Jakarta Institute of Arts (Institut Kesenian Jakarta) in the 1970s, where he first encountered electronic music. Sidharta completed his graduate studies (composition and electronic music) at the Sweelinck Conservatorium (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), studying with Ton de Leeuw. Sidharta's electronic music includes environmental sounds. His first work, Kemelut (1979), draws upon water sounds. Ngendau (1982), Hutan Plastik (1982) and East Wind (1983), include soundscapes and live performance and make use of sounds of animals and nature in the jungles of Borneo, on Nias Island. Wind of Trade is a soundscape about Dutch and Indonesian culture, including street markets, nature, children and sounds of the sea. His most recent work in this genre is Soundscape I (1995). Otto Sidharta has been on the faculty of the Jakarta Institute of the Arts (Institut Kesenian Jakarta) and the Cantus (Music Education and Information Center, Jakarta). He has also served as Music Director of the National Symphony Orchestra (Orkes Symphony Nasional). Indeed, Jakarta has been the locus of activity for Slamet Sjukur, Sapto Raharjo and Otto Sidharta.


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