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Friday, Aug. 4, 2006
Traditional Bali music
Based near Bali's capital city of Negara, Suar Agung have played jegog (traditional bamboo music from West Bali) to audiences in Japan on more than 30 occasions in the last decade.
The group's current tour sees them play three Japan dates from August 5-9.
Suar Agung play Hoya Komorebi Hall (Main Hall) on Aug 5 (6 p.m., tel.  21-1919), a bus ride from Hoya Station on the Seibu Ikebukuro Line; Muse Ark Hall, Tokorozawa Civic Cultural Center, Tokorozawa City, Saitama Prefecture (5 p.m., tel.  2998-6500) and Hyogo Performing Arts Center's Large Hall in Hyogo City on Aug. 9 (2:30 p.m., tel.  68-0255).
For more information, visit www.suar-agung.com