Hong Kong’s 13 year-old pianist Peter Leung returns to HCM City to perform at the “Peter Leung – A Piano Prodigy” concert on August 17 at the Soul Live Project Complex.
A concert featuring Vietnamese and Japanese talents and the National Symphony and Orchestra (VNSO) will begin on Friday at the Hà Nội Opera House.
A choir in Ho Chi Minh City is working to help young people enjoy old music. To make classical music more attractive to the youth, the Sài Gòn choir mixes the old music with more modern sounds.
Classical music is difficult to listen to, many people say. But the truth is, if it is performed creatively, it can bring joy to audiences, especially young people.
A concert will feature the Sức Sống Mới ensemble with bamboo-made instruments performing Vietnamese folklore music and the opera Carmen in Hà Nội on October 19 & 20.
The Việt Nam National Symphony and Orchestra (VNSO) together with guest musicians American Grace Ho and Vietnamese Bùi Công Duy will be performing classical pieces at the annual Toyota Concert in Hà Nội and HCM City.
Pop singer Mỹ Linh launched her album Chat with Mozart Vol 2 on January 18 with both an LP record and CD version. The album is the result of 13 years of sustained work.
Founded in the 11th century under Lý Dynasty, Đồng Ngư Village’s unique form of water puppetry continues to draw crowds today, with unparalleled mystery, mastery and committment from its performers.
Noted jazz saxophonist musician Quyền Văn Minh will host a jazz night on October 27 in downtown Hà Nội to celebrate 20th anniversary of Jazz Club and 50th anniversary of his engagement with jazz.
The classic children’s play The Bluebird by Belgian playwright Maurice Maeterlinck will premiere at Việt Nam Youth Theatre on May 11 & 12, as part of the cultural offerings celebrating Europe Days.