Jazz band offers free street performances
Jazz trio Phu Sa consisting of infamous saxophonist Quyen Thien Dac, percussionist Le Quoc Hung and guitarist Vu Ngoc Ha will continue their weekly street performances on the pavement in front of the Music Publishing House, 61 Ly Thai To Street at the weekend.
During the performances that take place from 4-6pm on Saturdays, and from 9-11am and 4-6pm on Sundays, the trio will present various famous international jazz pieces as well as their own compositions featuring Vietnamese folk melodies.
Their shows will be held every weekend until May 6.
Electronic duo Jeans Team to debut in capital
The Berlin-based electronic duo Jeans Team will make their debut in the capital on May 12.
Jeans Team has been smashing out floor-filling dance music with complex pop-structures for the best part of 20 years. Their massive hit Keine Melodien became part of the sound of a German generation. The team has performed at numerous major festivals and recorded seven albums.
Supporting the duo will be DJ Metro Tokyo, flying from China for his first ever performance in Viet Nam, as well as Berlin native and Ha Noi favourite DJ Cybersnack (S.M.P), supplied by Synergy Music Productions.
Organised by CAMA in collaboration with Beijing's FakeLoveMusic, the Berlin duo's show will take place at the American Club, 19 Hai Ba Trung Street.
Tickets are VND150,000 in advance or VND200,000 on the door, with a 50 per cent discount for those holding a valid Vietnamese student card. Tickets are available now from CAMA ATK, 73A Mai Hac De Street.
Japanese DJs to perform at cafe
Japanese DJs A-1, Samurai, and Sing02 will perform at Thi Cafe on April 30, playing different genres of music like hip hop, Japanese, and others.
The performance will begin at 9 pm at the cafe at 24 De Tham Street, District 1. Tickets cost VND200,000 and will cover drinks.
YanTV concert set to rock the City
The youth-focused television channel YanTV and Music Faces Entertainment will present a concert featuring Vietnamese pop and rock stars at the Stage 126 in District 1 on May 4.
Van Mai Huong, Le Hieu, Pham Anh Khoa, Tra My, and groups 365 and X5 will be among those performing at Feel the Beat.
Tickets for the concert, costing VND150,000-300,000, are available at YanTV, 125/20 Hoa Hung Street in District 10; Music Faces, 90 De Tham Street, District 1; and Stage 126 at 126 Cach Mang Thang Tam Street, District 1.
‘Oliver Twist' to be staged at Opera House
Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist will be performed on stage at the HCM City Opera House from May 2-5.
Directed by Paul Stebbings, it will feature performers from the British TNT Theatre.
Tickets, costing VND600,000 – and 300,000 for students – are available at the venue at 7 Lam Son Square, District 1.