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Italian magician Erix Logan back to Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – The Italian magician will give performances in Ho Chi Minh City from July 5-7. Logan and his wife will meet with his fan club in HCM City on July 1, and the next day they will visit an orphanage in Tam Binh-Thu Duc. In the HCM City show, Logan will bring nearly ... Read More »

Rock Concert bands ready to break City

VietNamNet Bridge – Six of the best rock bands including 18+, Dong Do, Bui Gio, Hemelians, Hac San, and Parasite will take part in the final round of Tiger Translate-Battle of the Bands 2013 at Thong Nhat Park in Hanoi on June 29. Founded in 2012, the Tiger Translate-Battle of the Bands is regarded as one of the few biggest ... Read More »

HBSO chamber music program continues

VietNamNet Bridge – HCMC Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera (HBSO) continues to introduce famous works of chamber music as part of ‘Young Melodies’ under the baton of conductor Tran Nhat Minh at 8 p.m. on Friday at the city’s Opera House. A chamber performance by HBSO artists at HCMC Opera House – Photo: Courtesy of HBSO The program aims to ... Read More »

Beauty of the country inspires artists

VietNamNet Bridge – Eighty-one artworks are on display at the group exhibition ‘The Beauty of the Country’ at HCMC Association of Fine Arts downtown. Giu tron niem tin by Tran Van Hong on display at the exhibition ‘The beauty of the country’ at HCMC Association of Fine Arts. The display area is colored by paintings and livened up by sculptures ... Read More »

Tung Duong to sing for free with Unit Asia

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese singer Tung Duong will have two free shows with the band Unit Asia on July 12 at the Youth Theatre in Hanoi and on July 14 at the Ben Thanh Theatre in Ho Chi Minh City. This is the second time Tung Duong cooperating with an international band. Singer Tung Duong. Coming back from France after ... Read More »

‘Ambassador of Harmony’ choir to deliver free concert in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – The Boston Children’s Chorus (BCC), which is considered the ‘Ambassador of Harmony’ from the city of Boston in the USA, will perform for free in Hanoi on June 26 and in Ho Chi Minh City on June 29. The group will entertain Vietnamese audiences with charming choral pieces such as ‘We Sing’, ‘Africa’, ‘Dreams’ and ‘Ain’t Gonna ... Read More »

Programme to promote ‘Soul of Vietnam’ to foreigners

VietNamNet Bridge – Foreigners have an opportunity to enjoy Vietnamese traditional art performances at a programme entitled ‘The Soul of Vietnam’, which is a weekly event at the Hanoi Opera House every Monday starting from July 1. The programme, organised by the Me Cong Artists Joint Stock Company, introduces audiences to unique and time-honoured art forms of the Vietnamese people, ... Read More »

French “Spring Ritual” to come to Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – Jean Claude Gallotta, the leading French contemporary choreographer, will bring one of the most outstanding ballets in the world to HCM City and Hanoi. A scene from “Spring Ritual”. “Spring Ritual” was composed in Paris 100 years ago. This ballet is about a religious ceremony, in which the female saint – a virgin – is sentenced by ... Read More »

Lo’Jo band to hold two concerts in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – The French band, Lo’Jo, will perform at HCM City’s Institute for Cultural Exchange with France (IDECAF) on June 25 and Hanoi’s French Cultural Centre L’ Espace on June 27. Vietnamese audiences will be taken on a musical trip around the world during the band’s concert, which features music influenced by the sounds of North Africa and French ... Read More »

Gentle Vietnamese girls in ao dai

VietNamNet Bridge – Twenty-five photos featuring charming and gentle Hanoi girls in ao dai by photographers Hoang Manh Cuong and Xuan Chinh are on display at the Sofitel Metropole Hanoi. Hoang Manh Cuong and Nguyen Xuan Chinh work at the same press agency and they have the common interest in taking photos of young girls in Vietnamese ao dai on ... Read More »