Anugerah Musik Indonesia

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Anugerah Musik Indonesia
Awarded for Outstanding achievements in the Indonesian music industry
Country Indonesia
Presented by Indonesian Music Awards' Board of Directors
First awarded 1997

Anugerah Musik Indonesia (in English: Indonesian Music Awards), also known as AMI or colloquially AMI Awards is an annual Indonesian major music awards. They have been compared to the American Grammy Awards and British Brit Awards.


The awards were formalized as the Indonesian Music Awards in 1997 as a joint project between ASIRI (Recording Industry Association of Indonesia), PAPPRI (Singers, Songwriters, and Music Record Producers Association of Indonesia), and KCI (Copyright Office of Indonesia).[1]


Each of the three founding organizations originally contributed one board member, under the direction of Indonesian country singer Tantowi Yahya. Under this board was another, less powerful board. There are afterwards further divisions based on specialty, including Marketing, Communication, and Membership.[1]

The 14th Anugerah Musik Indonesia took place on July 6, 2011 in Jakarta.

List of awards[edit]

Year Date Venue City Ref.
1997 29 November Taman Ismail Marzuki Theater Central Jakarta [2]
1999 November
2000 20 October Taman Mini Indonesia Indah East Jakarta
2001 5 October Istora Senayan Jakarta
2002 6 September Hotel Mulia Jakarta
2003 3 October Jakarta Convention Center Jakarta
2004 16 December Assembly Hall, Jakarta Convention Center
2005 18 November Plenary Hall, Jakarta Convention Center
2006 20 December Plenary Hall, Jakarta Convention Center Jakarta [3]
2007 Not held
2008 15 April Istora Senayan
2009 24 April Balai Sarbini Jakarta [4]
2010 9 June Mangga Dua Jakarta [1]
2011 6 July Ballroom Central Park Jakarta Jakarta
2012 4 July Tennis Indoor Senayan
2013 2 July Studio 8 RCTI

Award Categories[edit]

The AMI are awarded in a series of categories, each of which isolate a specific contribution to music. AMI categories have been added and removed over time.[5] The 2010 awards had 35 categories,[1] while the 2011 awards had 46.[5]


The Beat magazine describes the AMI's as "the Grammy's a la Indonesia".[1]

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