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    Address: Jl. Gandapura 3, no. 501X
    Kesiman Kertalangu
    Bali - Indonesia
    Open 9 PM - 5 PM Monday - Friday
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    You can study many different types of gamelan and dance at Mekar Bhuana. We have taught students from all over the world and our instructors are available available to teach Monday to Friday 9 am – 5 pm. Note that if you are on your own, you can only choose to take a private lesson (you can’t just join an already-formed group, or do a drop-in). You also need to book in advance, normally around two weeks’ ahead.

    Contact us for further information about rates and availability of our instructors. View photos and videos of lessons.

    Read reviews about our lessons on Trip Advisor and find out more about our experience on our Linkedin page.

    If you wish to keep up to date with our lessons or workshops on a day-to-day basis, add Mekar Bhuana’s Facebook page.

    We now offer remote learning with Mekar Bhuana instructors via Skype and Zoom, and are the first organisation in Bali to do this. Contact us for details and prices.

    Booking lessons is essential – once you have confirmed your lessons, please transfer payment at least two weeks before you arrive in Bali to confirm your schedule and instructor. We have three payment options. Note that we do not accept payment on site.

    Accommodation in a nearby boutique hotel (just 250m from Mekar Bhuana) is available. Contact us for further information about rates and photos. If you are more interested in a more intensive programme, see our workshop page.

    Evie teaching an Autsralian woman

    The two Wirayudha warrior boys practise together



    First MBA Performance!
    A small group of four musicians – Vaughan Hatch, Putu Evie, Gede Semara and Prana Gita – performed Baleganjur Bebarongan using six of the instruments


    1999 – 2000 Preservation of three Pacung Village, Gianyar style gender wayang instrumental pieces. This music was taught to musicians outside of Pacung to encourage


    Searching for Sekati – the Mystery of a Balinese Gamelan thought to be Extinct
    Bali has an astounding number of different types of gamelan ensemble, and that number is growing all the time as people create new types of


    Video Publications
    In 2010, we produced the first DVD of Balinese court music ever filmed in a historic temple. This video documents rare court semara pagulingan music

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