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Friendly Charity Lunch

Piano performance featuring Ananda Proulx

Give hope, create smiles and make a positive change is what Solemen, an Indonesian registered non-profit charity focusing on by helping the disadvantaged in Bali, does.

And you can do that, too, by joining our Friendly Charity Lunch featuring Ananda Proulx on Sunday, 23 July, a percentage of the sales proceeds will be donated to Solemen. You can choose from the à la carte menu or opt for our famous Indonesian Rijsttafel at the special price of IDR200,000++ offering you a mouthwatering selection of 13 dishes, vegetarian options also available. A great way to sample some of the finest food from the archipelago.

And what’s more, not only your taste buds will pleased! Ananda Proulx, a young Indonesian-Canadian piano player and singer will be entertaining you by her favourite pieces ranging from classical music to jazz and pop. Between Ananda’s sets, Tatang Nofrizal will entertain you with classical guitar music.

Robert Epstone, the co-founder of Solemen will join the lunch and share the latest news. And so will Michael Johnsey, the photographer behind our current exhibition Life in Bali. He will be happy to talk about what inspired him to snap the pictures chosen. 20% of the picture sales proceeds are donated to Solemen as well!



ananda proulx piano prodigy


Ananda Proulx started learning piano with the Suzuki method at the age of 6 at the McGill Conservatory in Montreal, Canada. She studied her instrument with Mrs. Irina Sysseova until she turned 14. In the last two years, she studied with Mrs. Laurence Lambert-Chan.

She first developed her singing skills being part of her school’s choir. At numerous occasions in the last few years, Ananda has taken private lessons with Annie Tremblay and Luce Bélanger.

Loving the scene, she has performed at various events since she started learning music. Now at the age of 16, she is happy to present to you some of her favorites pieces ranging from classical to jazz and pop.



Tatang was born in Jakarta in 1964 and started playing guitar in 1977. He joined his first band in 1983 and worked after that with several bands in Java and Sumatera. Tatang moved to Bali in 1996 and joined the Australian Music Examination Board Program. He is currently performing at many resorts, hotels and restaurants in Bali.


Sunday, 23 July 2017

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