Prof. Triyono Bramantyo, Ph.D.
Seni Musik
Objective

To Whom It May Concern

Marital Status

Married to Tsai Chuan Wen (48 year old), have one daughter, Erika Puspasari (22 year old) and a son, Jo Setiawan (20 year old)

Career Experience

1987-1990

Department of Music ISI Yogyakarta
Head of the Department
  • Increased the quality of teaching-learning process.
  • Set up a student orchestra successfully.
  • Helped set-up the Nusantara Chamber Orchestra in Jakarta.

1997-2011

Anima Musika Indonesia Music College Yogyakarta
President Director
  • Improved the system and managerial of the organization.
  • Improved the curriculum and the syllabi of the college.
  • Improved the quality of learning and teaching process.

1998-2002

The Research Institute ISI Yogyakarta
Secretary
  • Established a scientific journal of the Research Institute.
  • Help published several books on the performing arts.
  • Improved the quality of research done by the ISI’s academic staff.

January 2003-2011

The Faculty of the Performing Arts of ISI Yogyakarta.
Dean
  • Improved the public services and discipline of the faculty’s employees
  • Improved the quality of teaching and learning process.
  • Improved the quality of human resources of the faculty.

February 2009-present

Yogyakarta Dance Group, Indonesia
Manager
  • Introducing Indonesian dances to global society
  • Managing the quality of performance to the international standard (Unesco Document No.7)
  • Enhancing the quality of life of traditional dancers as the saviors of the genres

September 2014-present

Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia
Professor
  • Guiding and Advising Post Graduate Students Thesis
  • Helping enhance the faculty development in academic affairs
  • Enhancing research publication activities of the school
Education

1977–1980

Akademi Musik Indonesia Yogyakarta
B.A., Music Education. Non-degree.

1980–1985

Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta
Drs., Music Education

1990-1992

Naruto University of Education Naruto, Japan
Research Student, Non-degree

1992-1994

Naruto University of Education Naruto, Japan
Master of Music Education (M.Mus.Ed.)

1994-1997

Osaka University Osaka, Japan
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Musicology
Awards & Scholarships
  1. Ministry of Education of Japan (Monbusho): 1990-1992 (Research Student)
  2. Ministry of Education of Japan (Monbusho): 1992-1994 (Master Scholarship)
  3. Nomura Cultural Centre, Japan: 1995-1997 (PhD Scholarship)
  4. The World Bank, Jakarta Office: 1998-2000 (Field Research in Maluku)
  5. Gulbenkian Foundation, Portugal: 2002 (Visiting Researcher to Lisbon University, Portugal)
  6. The Ford Foundation, Jakarta: 2003 (Visiting Researcher to Wellington University, NZ)
  7. Ministry of National Education of RI: 2004 (Grant for Establishing National Standard of Competency on Western Classical Music) (Standard Ketrampilan Nasional Musik Barat)
  1. Ministry of National Education of RI: 2005 (Grant for establishing National Standard of Competency of Karawitan) (Standar Ketrampilan Nasional Karawitan)
  2. Professorship, Ministry of National Education of the Republic of Indonesia, April 2007.
  3. Ministry of National Education of RI: 2007 (Field Research Grant to Palu, South Sulawesi)
  4. Ministry of National Education of RI: 2008 (Field Research Grant to Palu, South Sulawesi)
  5. Ministry of National Education of RI: 2009 (Research Grant of Project Academic Recharging to do the research on Taiwanese Buddhism Chants)
  6. Ministry of Culture and Sport of Vietnam: 2010 (Research Grant to do the Research on Xoan   Singing in Phuto Province to be proposed as intangible heritage to Unesco)
  7. Leiden University, Netherlands: 2010 (Research Visit Grant to Leiden Museum of Ethnology)
  8. Taiwan Music Center: 2010 (Grant to give a Public Demonstration Lecture at Huahsan 1914 Creative Park in Taipei, Taiwan.
  9. Ministry of National Education and Culture of RI: 2012 Grant for book translation entitled ‘Musical World in Yogyakarta’, KITLV Press Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean)
  10. Ministry of National Education and Culture of RI: 2012 Grant for Book Publication entitled ‘Music: Pendidikan, Tradisi dan Kebudayaan’ ISBN 978 979 8242-50-2
  11. Asian Cultural Council, New York, USA: 2012 Research Visit Grant to the Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, USA.
Publications
  1. “Revitalisasi Musik Tradisi dan Masa Depannya” (“Traditional Music: Revitalization and Its Future”), dalam Mencari Ruang Hidup Seni Tradisi, Agus Sri Wijayadi dan Nur Sahid (eds), Badan Penerbit Fakultas Seni Pertunjukan, Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta, bekerjasama dengan Yayasan Untuk Indonesia, Yogyakarta, 2000
  2. “Diskursus Transmisi lagu Dolanan” (The Transmission of Traditional Children’s Game Songs”), dalam Ekspresi, Jurnal Lembaga Penelitian ISI Yogyakarta, 2000
  3. “Elemen-elemen Portugis dalam Lagu-lagu Rakyat Indonesia Timur”, dalam Idea, Jurnal Iliah Seni Pertunjukan, Penerbit Fakultas Seni Pertunjukan, Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta, Edisi I, 2000
  4. “Portuguese Elements in Eastern Indonesia’s Folktunes”, dalam Indonesia-Portugal: Five Hundred years of Historical Relationship, Ivo Carneiro de Sousa and Richard Z. Leirissa (eds), Centro Portugues de Estudos de Sudeste Asiatico, Lisboa, 2000
  5. “North Malukans Folktunes and Musical Dances”, makalah dipresentasikan pada 36th World Conference of the ICTM, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 4 – 11, 2001
  6. “Intercultural Musicology in Music Education in Malaysia”, makalah dipresentasikan pada International Teacher Education Conference, UPSIITEC 2002, Repositioning and Refocusing Teacher Education in the Knowledge Era: Trends, Prospects and Problems, Proceedings Published by Faculty of Cognitive Science and Human Development, University Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia, 2002.
  7. Major Field of Studies of Indonesian Ethnomusicology, diktat kuliah untuk mahasiswa post graduate pada Faculty of Music, Lisbon University, Lisboa, October, 2002
  8. Diseminasi Musik Barat di Timur, Yayasan Untuk Indonesia, Yogyakarta, 2003
  9. Konteks Semiotika Kesenian dalam Kajian Kebudayaan (Semiotics in Arts in the Cultural Studies), Pidato Ilmiah pada Dies Natalis XIX Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta, 23 July 2003.
  10. “Seni Digital versus Seni ‘Tradisional’” (“Digital Arts versus ‘Traditional’ Arts”), dalam Jurnal Seni, Vol. IX/02-03, March 2003
  11. Book: National Standard of Competency of the Classical Music, Ministry of National Education of Indonesia, as a Team Leader, 2004.
  12. Book: National Standard of Competency of the Gamelan of Yogyakarta, Surakarta and Jawatimuran Styles, Ministry of National Education of Indonesia, as a Team Leader, 2005.
  13. “Copy Right and Property Right: Indonesian Case.” to be presented to the International Seminar on International Standard of Music Numbering, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 17 June 2008.
  14. “Intercultural Musicology in Music Education: In Search For Philosophy of Music Education in Malaysia, UPM, Malaysia, 28 April 2009.
  15. “Xoan Singing: Intangible Musical Heritage of the Phu Tho People of Vietnam,” International Conference, Hanoi, 18 January 2010.
  16. ‘Recent development of ethnomusicological study in Indonesia after Jaap Kunst visits in the 1930’s’ – a paper presented at a symposium on ‘Musical encounters between Indonesia and the Netherlands’ – Leiden University, 20 and 21 May 2010.
  17. “Introduction to Folk Music and Dances of Indonesia, Tradition, Continuity and Change;” a public demonstration lecture at Huahsan 1914 Creative Park in Taipei, Taiwan, 21 October 2010.
  18. “Introducing the Sultanate Palace of Yogyakarta and the Yogyakartan Styles of Gamelan and Dance/” a public demonstration lecture at Taiwan National Concert Hall, 23rd of October 2010.
  19. “Musik: Pendidikan, Budaya dan Tradisi” (Music: Education, Culture and Tradition), Book published by BP ISI Press, Yogyakarta, 2012, ISBN 978-979-8242-50-2
  20. “Panji Story: From Version to Version”, a paper to be presented at the Seminar and Performances of a Shared Heritage: The Panji/Inao Traditions in Southeast Asia, held by Seameo-Spafa, Bangkok, Thailand, March 2-6, 2013.
  21. General Lecture at Beijing Central Conservatory of Music entitled “Introducing Gamelan in Indonesian Ethnomusicological Research”, Beijing, China, October 9-13, 2013
  22. General Lecture at Phoenix Theater for the public and Press Conference at Xi’an City, China, entitled “Xi’an, the Silk Road and the World of Music”, Xi’an City, China, September 19-21, 2014.
Recent seminars

Presented Paper and Participated in several national and international seminars on music:

  1. Presenter at the Cepesa Seminar on Musicology, Lisbon, 2000
  2. Presenter at the ICTM International Conference in Brazil, 2001
  3. Presenter at the Upsiitec International Seminar in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2002
  4. Presenter at the Cepesa Seminar on Music, Lisboa 2002
  5. Moderator at the International Symposium on the Tradition and     Modernity, at UGM (Gadjahmada University), March 2003
  1. Presenter at the Australia and New Zealand Conference on Musicology, December 2003.
  2. Presenter at the National Seminar on National Standard of Competency     Music,Yogyakarta, September 2004
  1. Presenter at the National Seminar on National Standard of Competency of the Gamelan Music of     Jogjakartan, Surakartan, and East-Javan Styles, Yogyakarta, February 2005.
  1. Presenter at the International Seminar of International Standard of Music     Numbering (ISMN), Hotel Ina Garuda Yogyakarta, 17 June 2008.
  1. Keynote Speaker for Colloquium for Music Research 2009, with Keynote     Address entitled “Intercultural Musicology in Music Education: In Search for Philosophy of Music     Education in Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 28-29 April 2009.
  1. Participant of the Seadom Meeting, National University Singapore, 15-18 December 2009.
  2. Presenter at the International Conference in Support for the proposal of Xoan Singing to be recognized     by Unesco as one of World Intangible Heritage, 18-21 January, 2010.
  1. Presenter at International Seminar at Leiden University, 20-21 May, 2010.
  2. Lecturer: a public demonstration lecture at Huahsan 1914 Creative Park in Taipei, Taiwan, 21     October 2010.
  1. Lecturer: a public demonstration lecture at Taiwan National Concert Hall, 23rd of October 2010.
  2. Participant for the Join Annual Meeting of American Musicological Society, Society of      Ethnomusicology and Society for Music Theory, New Orleans, USA, November 1-4, 2012.
  1. Participant for Shasha Seminar for Human Concerns at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, USA, November 9, 2012.
  1. Presenting a paper entitled “Panji Story: from Version to Version” for Spafa-Seameo Seminar on the Panji/Inao Traditions in Southeast Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 2-3 March 2013
  1. General Lecture at Beijing Central Conservatory of Music entitled “Introducing Gamelan in       Indonesian Ethnomusicological Research”, Beijing, China, October 9-13, 2013
  1. General Lecture at Phoenix Theater for the public and Press Conference at Xi’an City, China, entitled “Xi’an, the Silk Road and the World of Music”, Xi’an City, China, September 19-21, 2014.
Teaching Experience
  1. Post Graduate Studies, the Faculty of Letters, Gadjah Mada University
  2. Post Graduate Studies, Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta
  3. Department of Music, Faculty of Performing Art, Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta
  4. Visiting Lecturer to Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI), Malaysia (2002)
  5. Visiting Professor to CEPESA, Lisbon University, Portugal (2003)
  6. Visiting Professor to Tainan National University of Arts (TNNUA), Taiwan (2007)
  7. Visiting Professor to Tainan National University of Arts (TNNUA), Taiwan (2009)
  8. Visiting Professor to Tainan National University of the Arts (TNNUA). Taiwan, 2011
  9. Visiting Scholar to Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, USA, 2012
  10. Professor of Music at Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia, September 2014 – present
International Organizations Membership
  1. Member of the International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM), Unesco: 2000-present
  2. Member of the “Art for All” (Asean Music Theraphy Network), ESCAP, United Nation(Bangkok, Thailand): 2002-present
  3. Member of Portuguese Center for Southeast Asian Studies (Cepesa), Ministry of Education,Lisboa, Portugal: 1999-present
  4. Member of South East Asia Directors of Music (SEADOM) 2008- Present
  5. Member of International Dance Council, Unesco, ID Number: IDC 3588

Get in Touch

  • t_bramantyo@yahoo.com
  • +62-274-371233
  • Department of Music, Faculty of Performing Arts Jalan Parangtritis Km. 6,5 Yogyakarta INDONESIA 55187
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