• The Evergreen Club's first recording of popular Indonesian music is both a plateau and a paradox.
  • For There and Then combines world music with contemporary classical music. Expressing a wide range of virtuosity in blending plucked strings from around the world with Indonesian gamelan instruments.
  • Toronto’s Evergreen Club has the distinction of being Canada’s first group playing music on an Indonesian gamelan (orchestra).
  • Road to Ubud, from The Evergreen Club Contemporary Gamelan, features world premiere recordings by renowned composers John Cage, Gilles Tremblay and James Tenney.
  • Palace

    Evergreen Club is an ensemble of eight highly skilled Canadian musicians who perform and record using an assortment of bronze and wooden instruments from Indonesia. Collectively these instruments are known as a gamelan – a traditional instrument ensemble that plays an important role in the Indonesian culture.