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Not to mention regional awards for Vietnamese artists to attract domestic audiences, Vietnamese artists have collaborated with their international peers to bring Vietnamese music gradually to the world.
"Một cánh én nhỏ chẳng làm nên mùa xuân. Rủ nhau én về theo làn nắng ấm dần ..." (A lone swallow won't beget a spring. Swallows flockin' in the sun warming...)
Traditional, jazz and string musicians will perform together at a concert at the Vietnam National Academy of Music (VNAM)'s main hall on December 19.
Songs and music pieces by late musician Hoang Van, a leading composer of Vietnam’s revolutionary music in the 1950s and 60s, are featured on the website www.hoangvan.org.
Rocker Pham Anh Khoa has been announced as the newest member of the famous Vietnamese rock band Bức Tường (The Wall), becoming the lead vocalist of the country's oldest rock band.
Vietnamese music is bouncing back with many products by veteran and young singers after an inactive period due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Young songwriter and singer Jack will be the representative of Vietnam at the MTV Europe Music Awards (EMA) Best Southeast Asia Act 2020 event.
Vietnamese boyband Chillies have joined with a number of other Asian artists to take part in a music project themed "ME ME WE" as musicians throughout the continent collaborate for the cause of raising funds to combat COVID-19.
Talented Vietnamese singer Vu Cat Tuong will be Vietnam’s representative at the Asia Song Festival 2019, which is scheduled to take place at the Ulsan stadium in the Republic of Korea from October 11-12.
A concert featuring Vietnamese music alongside Grammy award-winning conductor Jeff Von Der Schmidt will take place at the small Concert Hall of the Viet Nam National Academy of Music tomorrow night.
VietNamNet Bridge – People worldwide now can enjoy Vietnamese music on YouTube by Phuong Nam Film, one of the HCM City’s leading music, film producers and distributors.
World renowned traditional musician and composer Vo Van Anh is returning to Viet Nam, her homeland, to continue implementing her Master-Apprentice programme.
VietNamNet Bridge – Do Hong Quan’s La Do will be among high-quality performances that will be regularly presented at Ha Noi Opera House as the Culture, Sports and Tourism Ministry’s recent decision.
Composer Ngo Hong Quang is known for his projects that combine Vietnamese traditional music and western one. He is doing a masters course in music composition at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague.
VietNamNet Bridge – Well-known pop musicians Phuong Thao and Ngoc Le have returned to Viet Nam after 10 years living overseas to perform their hits in the monthly TV show Dau An (Hallmark).
VietNamNet Bridge – The Viet Nam Symphony Orchestra (VNSO) will perform in St. Petersburg tonight after entertaining Moscow audiences on Sunday as part of the Viet Nam Culture Days in Russia programme.
VietNamNet Bridge – Jazz queen Tuyet Loan recently released a new album that blends American jazz and Vietnamese music.
VietNamNet Bridge – Over the last 10 years, Tran Phuong Hoa, a Vietnamese teacher, has instilled a lasting love of traditional music in generations of Vietnamese origin in Germany.
VietNamNet Bridge – In years recently past, Vietnamese mainstream music, V-Pop, has made great leaps, even on other countries’ shores with artists like My Tam and Thu Minh taking awards
VietNamNet Bridge – Erdem Aslan performed as a comedian in his native Turkey, but after moving to Viet Nam in 2006, he found inspiration in traditional singing. His first album of Vietnamese songs was released on November 5.