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PPIA Monash University proudly presents SOUNDSEKERTA 2019: Mosaic of Nation

As the event approaching in the next couple weeks, we are delighted to reveal our complete line-up for this year’s SOUNDSEKERTA

The talented home-grown singer, Yura Yunita, Indonesia’s best jazz solo, Tompi, and the famous pop-rock band, RAN!

Want to know more about them? Keep an eye out of the following info!

Yunita Rachman (28), popularly known as Yura Yunita, is an Indonesian singer and songwriter who rose to fame with her hit single “Berawal Dari Tatap” that topped the music charts in the country’s major cities. A breath of fresh air, Yura Yunita is ready to rock Melbourne Town Hall on 28 September with her new releases!

Teuku Adifitrian (40), more affectionately recognised as Tompi, is both a plastic surgeon and a jazz singer. Although plastic surgery and music might seem to be worlds apart, Tompi is capable of juggling his medical career with musical success – getting the best of both worlds. Jack of all trades, Tompi, undoubtedly, will not let the audience down with his numbers!

RAN is a pop and R&B group from Jakarta, comprising Rayi (vocal), Asta (guitar), and Nino (vocal). The group name, RAN, is taken from all the members’ initials. Making their second appearance in SOUNDSEKERTA, RAN ensures that you and I will exclusively enjoy a music experience we have never seen before and will never see again in the future!

With thirteen years’ experience in presenting only Indonesia’s best, SOUNDSEKERTA, again, promises not to disappoint the Melbourne crowds this year. So, what are you waiting for? Get your hands on the ticket for only $35 by clicking the following link: linktr.ee/soundsekerta or purchasing on the spot.

To keep yourself posted, stay in touch with us through our Instagram: @soundsekerta, Twitter: @ppiamonash, or our Facebook page: PPIA Monash.


Written by Nathasya Bianca Callyana