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Throwback: Through Our Voices

On August 15th, 2020, Quaver Vocal Ensemble held a virtual concert “Through Our Voices”. Since our last concert “To Give, To Receive” on March 14th, 2020, we practically cancelled all rehearsals due to the Covid-19 pandemic, did physical distancing and stayed home.  This concert was planned to be performed around October. We decided to make it earlier this month because one of our beloved members, Indra, has passed the test and successfully accepted in one of the universities in Sweden. This month he is leaving Indonesia to pursue his dream. We thought that it would be wonderful to celebrate it and sing songs together before he leaves. For this concert, we started our rehearsals on June, for once a week. All of our performances in the concert were recorded live at Checkpoint Music Studio, with Covid IgG/IgM rapid finger-prick tests that have been performed beforehand.

We performed 6 songs in total, two of them are new composition from local composers, one of them is a famous German lieder, arranged by Cherly Susanti for SATB acapella.

1.     Morgen! – Richard Strauss, poem by John Henry Mackay

2.     Sei Getreu bis in den Tod – David Hermann Engel

3.     Tuhan Allah adalah Gembalaku – Gregorius Gerald Pratomo, Psalm 23:1-2

4.     Locus Iste – Anton Bruckner

5.     Sehnsucht – Johannes Brahms, poem by Franz Kugler

6.     Tentang Jarak – Cherly Susanti

The last two songs are performed in collaboration with Prajna Indrawati, a pianist who is currently staying in London, United Kingdom. The recordings were made live while using pre-recorded piano accompaniment by Prajna.

We feel thankful for having wonderful moment to sing together again.

You can access our virtual concert here:

Through Our Voices


During this difficult time, all of us has been affected by the pandemic. We are lucky to be able to practice and sing together again earlier this month. Now, with the help of the technology, we would like to share our music to you all. We will be singing together again, performing works by Bruckner, Engel, Brahms, and Strauss. We will be also premiering Gregorius Gerald Pratomo (@gerryggp15)‘s work: Tuhan Allah Adalah Gembalaku and Cherly Susanti (@cherlydai)‘s Tentang Jarak (huge shoutout to Prajna Indrawati (@prajna_indrawati) to have recorded her marvellous piano playing in 2 songs we are going to perform!)

August 15th, 2020 at 7 PM (GMT +7)

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“Live, laugh, love every day to it’s fullest, for who knows, tommorow, may not be.” – Shahrukh Khan

Fisheries Choir Proudly Present
CHORALBORATION” – A Collaboration Concert with Quaver Vocal Ensemble and 4th Annual Concert

Saturday, March 7th, 2020
– Show 1: 15.00 WIB
– Show 2: 18.30 WIB

UB TV Studio
Gd. Rektorat lt. 2 Universitas Brawijaya

Music Director:
Alfredo Agustinus
Cherly Susanti
With Youth Conductor:
Luqman Hakim
Vidia Adinda
And Pianist:
Angela Nerissa

Ticket Prices
– 40.000,- per show
– 70.000,- for 2 show

Information and Reservation:
Line: evelynsiagian
WA: 081288167702

Fajar Harapan

Quaver Vocal Ensemble presents:


Performing Ismail Marzuki’s music.

Tuesday, 14 May 2019 at 19.30 in Galeri Indonesia Kaya

Reserve your seat:



Ismail Marzuki (also known as Bang Ma’ing; 11 May 1914 – 25 May 1958) was an Indonesian composer, songwriter and musician who wrote around 202 to 240 songs between 1931 and 1958, including numerous popular patriotic songs. Among his best-known works are “Halo, Halo Bandung”, “Gugur Bunga”, and “Rayuan Pulau Kelapa”. In 1968, he was honoured with the creation of the well-known Taman Ismail Marzuki (the Ismail Marzuki Park, often called TIM) which is a cultural centre in Menteng in central Jakarta. In 2004 he was declared one of the National Heroes of Indonesia. (source: Wikipedia)