A group of young Mông people in Hà Nội will perform a Mông folk song with a new arrangement at the Our Music project review on December 27.
Artists from across the country aged 7-70 will perform at the xẩm (blind wanderers’ music) festival from December 3-5 in the northern province of Ninh Bình.
Cải lương (reformed opera) star Kim Tử Long is focused on attracting audiences back to theatres and having them learn about historical events through the art.
Veteran artist Minh Vương of HCM City was awarded the title People’s Artist by the Prime Minister in recognition of his great contribution to cải lương (reformed opera), a 100-year-old traditional theatre genre of the southern region.
People’s Artist, theatre director and scriptwriter Đinh Bằng Phi, a leading tuồng or hát bội (classical drama) performer in the 1980s-90s, will stage a mini live show in HCM City tonight (November 9).
A traditional-theatre TV programme staged once a month produced by the HCM City Television (HTV) has attracted a growing number of young viewers.
Five veteran cải lương (reformed opera) artists will bring an ancient tale to stage to celebrate Christmas in HCM City next week.
Young musicians and producers are driving the music industry, but many artists said their work, while popular, lacks gravitas and is too focused on love themes.