Update news music lovers
The Monsoon Music Festival 2019, Vietnam’s largest music event, is scheduled to be held at the Thang Long Royal Citadel in Hanoi on November 1-9, featuring a lineup of Vietnamese and international artists.
Central artists to debut in Ha Noi with opera recital
VietNamNet Bridge – Artists from the Hue Academy of Music will debut in the capital city at an opera show tomorrow, Oct 11.
Dutch DJ Armin van Buuren to perform in Hanoi
VietNamNet Bridge – Dutch trance music producer, DJ and radio personality Armin van Buuren will perform in Hanoi on December 13. His one-night performance has been announced on his individual website.
Passion for Jew’s harp
VietNamNet Bridge – At the age of 24, Dang Van Khai Nguyen is able to impress any music lovers for his outstanding talent of playing Jew’s harp, a small musical instrument which is held against teeth or lips, and plucked with the fingers
Cameroon-French singer-songwriter to make VN debut
VietNamNet Bridge – The talented Cameroon-French singer-songwriter Irma Pany will debut in Viet Nam for her 2015 Asia tour, the French Institute in HCM City has announced.
Where to enjoy live rock music in town
VietNamNet Bridge – Not as fancy and fabulous as some trendy music genres like pop, hiphop or dance, rock still has its unique seduction to many Saigonese. There are just few stages for rock, so bands and fans usually gather at some popular venues
Experimental art performances set for late June
VietNamNet Bridge – A cultural collaboration with a series of artist talks and experimental arts performances by Singaporean artists from The Observatory and Norwegian artist MoE will take place at ZeroStation on June 28.
Composer brings new, old tunes together
VietNamNet Bridge – Ngo Hong Quang is a young, versatile Vietnamese artist who bridges the gap between traditional and modern music. He talks about his new album Song Hanh (Companionship),
Pop star wins $50,000 award
VietNamNet Bridge – The song Chiec Vong Cau Hon (The Engagement Bangle) by Dam Vinh Hung won the "Song of the Year 2013" award at a ceremony in Ha Noi on Sunday night.
Conductor Tetsuji: "Life in Vietnam is never boring"
VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra on October 1 completed an 11-day tour of Japan that encompassed seven major cities under the baton of Japanese conductor Honna Tetsuji. Tetsuji has devoted over 12 years to the VNSO.
Tchaikovsky nights for music lovers
The National Symphony Orchestra and prize-winning pianist Tran Thi Tam Ngoc will perform Tchaikovsky music under the baton of Japanese conductor Shinozaki Yasuo in Hanoi on April 4 and 5.