has them moving to music at Wesleyan
JOHN CHRSTIE September 15, 2002
Luluk Purwanto wandered through the crowd sitting in the courtyard's thick
grass, cradling a violin under her arm.
watched her bandmates tuning instruments on the stage, which folded out of
the band's sleek, black bus. Soon the sounds of piano, bass and drums
flowed from the stage, fillingthe courtyard with fast, clippy jazz.
Purwanto bobbed her head, wiggled her hips and then joined in, pricking
the strings of her violin like a guitar.