|Les Transplantés is a music project resulting from encounters between artists from different cultures and continents.|Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — L’Espace will present a fusion music concert entitled Les Transplantés or Transplanted on April 7.
The music project Les Transplantés resulted from encounters between artists from different cultures and continents.
Performers include a gumbri (a three-stringed bass instrument) artist and singer Amine Fikri from Morocco, contrabass artist Vincent Fabre from France, an oud (pear-shaped stringed instrument) artist, guitarist David Payne from Australia, percussionist and singer Abdeslam Ziou from France, Vietnamese artists Đàm Thái Hà on tỳ bà (a Vietnamese plucked string instrument) and Hà Đình Huy on drums and percussions.
Together they created new connections between gumbri from the Moroccan’s Gnaoua ethnic group, the Afro-Cuban rhythms of the congas, as well as Việt Nam’s traditional percussions and đàn tranh (Vietnamese zither), the Malian guitar of the desert and traditional French and Moroccan songs.
The concert will start at 8pm. L’Espace is at 24 Tràng Tiền Street. Tickets cost for the public cost VNĐ210,000, 130,000 for members and 100,000 for students. — VNS