MUSIC AND PERFORMANCEHanoi- Japanese dance performances: Dance Dance Asia
Mar 14 and 15, 8pm
Youth Theatre at No 11 Ngo Thi Nham street
Japanese dance performances which are based on street dance by three groups, “Moreno Funk Sixers”, “Memorable Moment” and “90’s. They will perform their new pieces by various styles like Jazz, Hip-Hop, Break, House, Pop and Lock.
Free ticket can be collected at the Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam at No 27 Quang Trung street.Hanoi- VNSO 2015 Season Opening Concert
Mar 11 and 12, 8 pm
Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien Street
Conductor: Honna Tetsuji
Oboe: Stephan Shili, and the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra
Ticket prices range from VND 200,000- 500,000 VND. All tickets available at Hanoi Opera House or can book online at vnso.org.vn.
For free delivery Call: 0913489858, 0983067996.
HCMC- Performance by famous Italian DJ
Italian DJ Marco Effe will enthral music-lovers at HeartBeat 11 programme
The event will also attract the participation of a number of famous artists including DJ B.A.X, British music producer and sound designer Nic Ford, German DJ Chris Wolter, and Sweden VJ Erol.
Born and raised in Livorno in 1985, Marco Effe is considered to be one of the most promising Italian talents.
Marco began to compose his own music in 2007 and immediately felt the growing desire to publish his first release.
Circus troupe to launch Vietnam tour
Mar 1, 8pm at Gia Dinh Park Circus Theatre, Hoang Minh Giam road in HCM City
Mar 2 at Hai Phong’s August Theatre, 117 Dinh Tien Hoang street, Hai Phong City
Mar 5 to 8 at Vietnam National Circus Theatre, 67 Tran Nhan Tong street, Hanoi.
The show will tour to southern Ba Ria-Vung Tau province and the Mekong Delta provinces of Can Tho and Dong Nai.
Peformance by Vietnamese, Russian and Belarusian artists.
The theme of the show will be about beautiful dreams and hopes. Artists from the Vietnam Circus Federation will perform a repertoire that won prizes at festivals held in Italy and Russia.
Trained bears, monkeys and dogs will be among the performers. Highlight of the show will be an acrobatic performance by a Belarusian couple.
EXHIBITIONHanoi- Exhibition “Painting en Plein Air in America”
Mar 1 – 11, 10 am – 6 pm
31 – 33 Hang Dong Street
“En plein air” landscapes of America by a Vietnamese artist-on-a-bicycle will be exhibited for the first time.
Sixty-seven oil paintings by Trinh Lu, created between July and December of 2014 with his minimalist studio-on-a-bicycle and capturing the landscapes of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
These paintings will be accompanied by the artist’s own stories of their creation told in a 170-page book titled “Painting en plein air– 2014 Diary” and just published by Phuong Nam Book and the Vietnam Writers’ Association Publishing House.
Hanoi- Exhibition “Four seasons through the window”
Until Mar 21,
L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien Street
Entitled Through the Window, Duong describes her works as what she sees through her window after her kids go to school.
“I stay at home alone with a cup of hot coffee in hand, listening to Rachmaninoff and looking out of the window. It is a large window overlooking lush vegetation, the bright sun of summer, the falling leaves of autumn, the grey and gloomy skies of winter and the fragile, icy space that precedes the arrival of spring.
“I like to stay and think like this. Nothing important, just the reflections of an ordinary person, an ordinary woman, an ordinary mother.
“The coffee is cold, the music has stopped, four seasons pass, and… I paint…”
Hanoi-Exhibition “Two Sisters – Two Frontlines
Vietnamese Women’s Museum, 36 Ly Thuong Kiet Street
An exhibition on the occasion of anniversary of 55th “Long-haired army” (1960-2015) and 50th “Three responsibilities” Movement (1965-2015).
After the Geneva Agreement on Restoring Peace in Vietnam was signed in 1954, Vietnam was divided into two regions. The North was liberated and entered a period of building socialism. The South continued the struggle for unification, and struggled directly under US imperialism.
Founded in 1961, the Women’s Union Liberation of South Vietnam became an effective banner to bring women from all classes towards resistance. Women in South created the legend of the “long-haired army” – the Nation’s pride and the enemy’s fear.
Women in the North were eager to join the “Three Responsibilities” movement launched in March 1965: taking responsibility in industrial production, taking responsibility in family life and taking responsibility in combat and defending the homeland.
Entry fee: VND 30,000
Đăng ký: VietNam News