LOCAL COMERCIAL POTENCIAL PARA NIÑOS EBPP & COMUNIDADES: HACIENDO DE ALTA CALIDAD INSTRUMENTOS MUSICALES BAMBÚ

por Elia Simantov, EBPP voluntario del Programa de Música desarrollador

30º Junio 2011: Hacia el final del año 2000, poco más de dos años después de que David comenzó a trabajar para aliviar la extrema pobreza y terribles condiciones en los pueblos de montaña de Desa Ban en East Bali, una de sus visiones era para los niños que estaban ahora en el primer 3 escuelas de PBE en flor, Cegi & Suavizante, aprender música y, finalmente, producir sus propios instrumentos de bambú, tanto para jugar y para vender como un negocio de la comunidad. A continuación, pasó a la del arte Mercado Sukawati cerca de Ubud y compró una flauta de bambú, pensando en las posibilidades que tenía por delante de los pueblos en recuperación de Ban, en el ámbito de la forestación de bambú ecológicamente beneficiosa, y las diferentes y más creativas formas en que el bambú se pueden utilizar para beneficiar a las comunidades. Cuando se presentó la flauta a los estudiantes y el personal en Bunga aldea, Hecho que, uno de los miembros del personal local empezaron a jugar a lo.

Parpadeará con interés 2011 y nuestros recientes colaboraciones con Fábrica de tambor, an Ubud based music instrument designing and manufacturing company and Made Kari is the first in Ban to start building musical instruments out of locally grown bamboo. Made, who loves to construct, build and/or repair things, says he’s very excited about the new possibility of making instruments in Ban.

Over the past few months the Fábrica de tambor has donated instruments to our programme, and also sent staff members to conduct Djembe drumming workshops for our kids in the different villages. Since they are experts in the field of music instrument production and distribution we brought forward the idea that we can start to develop EBPP’s music instrument building programme in Ban, and possibly produce new instruments for the Fábrica de tambor.

During a meeting a couple of months ago in Ubud, Ed Balma of Fábrica de tambor gave us samples of instruments that are not currently manufactured by them, in order for us to start and see what our children and staff can produce in our village. In less than a week, Made Kari started to show us different prototypes of bamboo instruments that he is working on with EBPP senior students and graduates who have hence expressed their excitement and enthusiasm to learn how to make music instruments, and perhaps to have a job in this field in the future. We are certainly curious to see how things will unfold with this new development, and are extremely happy to see how yet another one of David’s dreams and aspirations for the village of Desa Ban is gradually coming true before our eyes!

2 Comentarios

Jackie Blight

Guau, Awesome. Congratulations to David and Made and all the students involved in the making of the new instruments. Good luck with the designs and creating. !!!

Duncan McKee

Hola, I’m here in Bali sourcing Bamboo musical instruments. I happened upon your website and got very excited as I think you might be just the right enterprise to help me.
Could I come down to meet you and discuss what I’m looking for? I’m leave on Wednesday and have some other meetings so perhaps Tuesday would be a good day?
Thanks and I hope to hear from you soon.
Duncan

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