On 23 November 2012, Gajah Mada University Alumni (Kagama) held a Music Charity Concert under the theme “at least we do something”. The concert was held to raise funds for the planting and maintenance of Forest Conservation Education of Koesnadi Hardjasoemantri and scholarship funds for underprivileged students of UGM.
In this concert is expected to perform the alumni of UGM like Krishna Dharma, R Kristiawan, Pulung Agustanto and other skilled senior that also play musical instruments such as the Directorate General of Hajj and Umrah Implementation Ministry of Religious Affairs Anggito Abimanyu as well as some young artist graduated from UGM such as Duta and Adam from Sheila on Seven and many more.
In addition to Kagama Central Exeuctive Board and senior officials of UGM, the concert is expected to be attended by members honorary Kagama such as Vice President, several Ministers and Deputy Ministers, some members of the House of Representatives, leaders and members of several government institutions, and employers as well as the governor and company leaders institutions that support Kagama Goes Green.
If you are interested in this fundraising effort please be present at the German Cultural Center Auditorium, Goethe Hauss, Jl. Dr Sam Ratulangi No.. 9-15 Gondangdia Menteng, Central Jakarta. You just buy a ticket for Rp. 500.000 (less than USD 60) for a Gold or a ticket for Rp. 100.000 (less than USD 15) for silver. Charity Music Concert will be held on 23 November 2012 starting at 19:00. For information and ticket reservations please call 081804050864, 085729437457 and 081329438289. For further info please visit this site
How to get here (see the route map):
From Tanah Abang go to platform 3/5 and take Yellow Line heading to Manggarai and change to platform 3 and take the Blue Line/Red Line heading to Jakarta Kota then stop at Gondangdia Station and take a 6 minutes walk to the south
From Sudirman go to platform 2 and take the Yellow Line heading to Manggarai and change to platform 3 and take the Blue Line/Red Line heading to Jakarta Kota then stop at Gondangdia Station and take a 6 minutes walk to the south