The group is well-known for the colourful patterns which were passed down from generation to generation.
Tạ Thị Bích Lộc, now 80, works at Cửa Đông Temple in Lạng Sơn City. She has been a chầu văn singer for more than 40 years.
There’s more on offer than just dancing the day and night away in Kien Giang Province.
The unique music of bamboo flutes played with the nose of Khơ Mú ethnic minority people will be played during an event at the Museum of Ethnology in Hà Nội on November 23-24.
Nguyễn Phương Bình, a young man from southern Bến Tre Province, has always got on well with children, so naturally he had ambitions of becoming a teacher.
Nguyễn Đức Huy has his own way of arousing interest in Vietnamese hát bội (classical opera) – painting hát bội characters in a chibi style.
The festival will open with a traditional performance by an art troupe from Gongwon Province and singer Kim Dong-jun, a member of boy band ZE:A.