The 2019 HOZO International Music Festival in HCM City would not only be a significant cultural event of the year but also a magnet for tourists, the city Department of Tourism has said.
The British Council has announced three recipients who will receive financial support from the Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth project.
Ngô Hồng Quang is a modern ethnic musician. He is energetic and diligent, working to create compositions that combine traditional and contemporary elements to perform around the world.
Singer Tân Nhàn is busy preparing for her first solo concert Trở Về (The Return) on February 23. She talks to Minh Thu about her ambitions of putting traditional music in the spotlight.
A fusion concert featuring traditional music and beatboxing entitled Nam Nhi (Macho) by singer Ngô Hồng Quang, beatboxer Trung Bảo and a string quintet will be held at L’Espace on June 30, at 8pm.
The first multi-media exhibition featuring Shan Tuyết tea is giving visitors a chance to try a rare kind of Vietnamese tea with senses.
A multisensory exhibition on Shan tea, the wild tea trees of hundreds years old grown by ethnic minorities in northern mountainous province of Hà Giang, will open to public from 6pm on June 1 at L’Espace.
Internationally acclaimed jazz guitarist Nguyên Lê and leading Vietnamese jazz saxophonist Trần Mạnh Tuấn will perform in a joint concert “Oriental Moods” in HCM City on May 6.