A series of drama, music and dance shows featuring hundreds of singers, dancers and theatre artists offering something for everyone in HCM City will begin this weekend.
One of Việt Nam’s top saxophonists is Trần Mạnh Tuấn. Now, his daughter, An Trần, has also become a saxophonist. She has just released her first music video.
The daughter of Việt Nam’s leading saxophonist Trần Mạnh Tuấn, An Trần, is following in his footsteps, attracting the attention of Vietnamese musicians and audiences.
HCM City is hosting a series of cultural activities to celebrate the 74th anniversary of the August Revolution, on August 19, and National Day, on September 2.
Folk music researchers support the creation of a digital stock of ca trù (ceremonial singing) owned by a State-run agency to preserve the traditional artform and gather scattered materials owned by individual artists and researchers.
The “Âm Nhạc Việt Nam” (Vietnamese Music) series will kick off with a concert at the Hòa Bình Theatre in HCM City on July 13.
Vietnamese-American singer Quang Lê will stage a solo performance at the outdoor Trống Đồng Music Stage in HCM City this weekend.