There are many ensembles and related art forms available for study at Flower Mountain. Below is a list of some of the workshops that are frequently requested.

Orchestra of bronze metallophones, gong kettles, drums, cymbals, hanging gongs, flute, and occasionally bamboo rattles (tuned) that are shaken laterally, from which the ensemble has taken its name; usually high-pitched four-tone tuning, sometimes five-tone (north Bali); traditional repertoire (lelambatan, compositions often metrically irregular) has been supplemented since c.1940 with pieces/style borrowed from gong (and called angklung kebyar). Also plays in procession. Rites of death. Second most common orchestra in Bali.
Bebonangan (or beleganjur or bebranangan)
Orchestra for processional music, hanging gongs, large cymbals, gong kettles, drums; sometimes made as a separate set of instruments, other times drawn from gong; four-tone.
Orchestra of four flat-keyed xylophones having nonsequential arrangements of 14 keys each, played with forked mallets, two-voiced; with two metallophones carrying skeletal melody; seven-tone ritual ensemble, apparently compositions once accompanied kidung; c.60 groups still active.
Rare orchestra of meter-long flutes, rebab (bowed spike lute), drums, cymbals, gong kettles and archaic colotomic instruments, hanging gong; seven-tone tuning, court ensemble with large repertoire, accompanies dance drama using 'Malat' or "Tantri' stories; generally regarded as source for dance movements and compositions for other ensemble (Semar Pegulingan, pelegongan).
Gender Wayang
Small ensemble of four bronze metallophones that are used to accompany the Balinese shadow-puppet play, wayang kulit.
Gong (also gong gede jongkok, drama gong, sendratari, topeng)
Most common orchestra in Bali, five-tone tuning, metallophones, gong kettles, hanging gongs, drums, cymbals, flutes; 12-kettle reyong; plays traditional (lelambatan) and modern (kebyar) style compositions, instrumental and dance; often performs repertoire borrowed from other orchestras.
Gong suling
Orchestra of flutes (large, medium, small) and substitute gong; performs repertoire from gong.
Popular genre with singing, dance, accompanied by drums, cymbals, substitute gong, now also with gender wayang, sometimes with kecak; some songs derived from sanghyang repertoire.
Joged bumbung
Orchestra of tube-keyed bamboo xylophones, drums, flutes, cymbals; five-tone slendro tuning; developed c. 1945, accompanies invitational ("flirting") dance.
Rare seven-tone ritual orchestra, iron metallophones and cymbals, repertoire partly related to gambang.
Semar Pegulingan
Rare orchestra, high-pitched, with metallophones, gong kettles, hanging gongs, rebab, flutes, drums, cymbals, bell tree; leading melodic instruments is trompong. Form with seven-tone tuning is court ensemble; form with five-tone tuning plays the same repertoire (derived from gambuh), but with trompong replaced by gender rambat becomes essentially the same as pelegongan, accompanies legong dances.
Flute solo or duet.
Balinese Legong Dance
Topeng Mask Dance
Vocal imitation of a Balinese gamelan. Used to imitate the sounds of monkeys and to accompany dance scenes from the Ramayana epic.
Poetic genre in Old Javanese (Kawi) language, sung with wirama verse forms and associated melody types, based on Indian model.
Poetic genre, Middle Javanese language, composed 16th-19th c., sung with sekar tengahan verse forms and associated melody types, "Malat," "Tantri," other stories.
Verse forms and associated melody types, most common types of verse forms, used for poetic genre geguritan, dramatic genres such as arja.
Wayang Parwa
Shadow puppet theater accompanied by gender wayang quartet or pair, "Parwa" ("Mahabharata") stories.