CENTRE FOR ARTS & CULTURAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

CENTRE FOR ARTS & CULTURAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

IIUM Andeka Caklempong

IIUM Andeka Caklempong


Caklempong is one of the traditional performing arts well-known in Negeri Sembilan. The traditional music of Caklempong originated from Minangkabau, West Sumatera. Caklempong is a set of small ‘gong’ or ‘bonang’ and each one of them has their own specific tone. There are 3 basic set in one Caklempong ensemble, namely ‘gereteh’, ‘saua’, and ‘tingkah’. Caklempong is often played along with ‘Gendang Ibu’and ‘Gendang Anak’, ‘bangsi’ (harmonica), ‘serunal’ (flute) and ‘pupuik’ (a small trumpet-like instrument). However, modern instruments are now included, such as tambourine, ‘kompang’ etc to make it more ‘alive’.

ANDEKA Caklempong Musical Group of HUM was established in 15 July 2004. Starting from 25 group members and now reaching 70 members, ANDEKA Caklempong had performed in almost 70 events inside and outside of IIUM campus. This club has full set instruments which can be played by 18 players in one single event.







ACHIEVEMENTS

2018

  • Andeka Busking Project at Central Market Kuala Lumpur 2018
  • Andeka Busking Project at Taman Titiwangsa 2017
  • Winner of 6th place of Port Dickson Drums & Percussion Challenge 2017 ( 30 April)
  • IIUM Andeka Caklempong on RTM TV1 (15 April 2017)

2017

2016

  • IMWS - International Muslim Women Summit 2016, PWTC

PAST EVENTS

2019

  • CiTRA Pulse of Love 7.0
  • Show at Concorde Hotel

2018

  • CiTRA Open Day “Rhythm & Soul” Light of Arts Festival
  • CiTRA Recital “The Hymns & Drums of Culture” 11.0
  • CiTRA Recital “Glimpse of Changes – Tribute to P. Ramlee” 12.0
  • Stanex 2018
  • IIUM Mega Expo 2018

2017

  • Andeka Busking Project                    

 2016

  •  CiTRA Recital 9.0             
  • CiTRA Open Day “The Colours of Life” 2016                                          





CONTACT US:

Email      : caklempongiium@gmail.com

Instagram: caklempongiium

Twitter  : @caklempongiium

Youtube: IIUM Andeka Caklempong