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EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR MARCH 1-15 (daily updated)

Screening of “Tom Boy” Fri 15 Mar 2013, 8 pm L’Espace Welcome to screening of the movie “Tom boy” (French, 2011, 82′) by Céline Siamma. According to Elle magazine, “Tomboy is messed up with surprises, and also raises the question about each viewer’s outlook.” Please see below for more information about the film and tickets. ... Read More »

SOIL & “PIMP” SESSIONS to jazz up Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge – The Japan Foundation and CAMA Vietnam will host a jazz concert by SOIL “PIMP” SESSIONS at the Van Ho Exhibition Center in Hanoi on March 2. The event marks the 40th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Japan and Vietnam (Japan-Vietnam Friendship Year 2013), the foundation announced in a statement.   The Japanese jazz group SOIL “PIMP” SESSIONS ... Read More »

Outstanding European jazz artist to perform in HCM City

VietNamNet Bridge – In a concert in Ho Chi Minh City, Bojan Z will perform the works that helped him become well-known in the French and the world jazz scene. Common in the big stages, but in the past 10 years, Bojan Z did not release many music products. In early 2012, he returned with a new album “Soul Shelter”, ... Read More »

HCM City concert to celebrate war-era songs

VietNamNet Bridge – Popular war-era songs written by celebrated composer Phan Huynh Dieu will be performed at a concert next Monday evening at HCM City’s Conservatory of Music.   Composer Phan Huynh Dieu. Dieu, 88, was one of the country’s first musicians who wrote revolutionary and march music that inspired the nation during the wars for independence. He also wrote ... Read More »

HCM City gig to honor late musicians

VietNamNet Bridge – Nghin Trung Xa Cach will celebrate late musicians Pham Duy, Van Cao and Doan Chuan on March 2 at 8 p.m. at Hoa Binh Theater at 240 Ba Thang Hai Street in District 10.   Late musician Pham Duy – Photo: Courtesy of organizers Organizers Nam Sao Media, AnhDuyAudio, Lioa and Non Son aim to honor popular ... Read More »

Japanese guitarist to wow Hanoian audiences

VietNamNet Bridge – Japanese classical guitarist Muraji Kaori will join Vietnamese musicians to perform in a New Year gala concert in Ha Noi this week.   Kicker: Japanese classical guitarist Muraji Kaori will share the stage with Vietnamese musicians in Ha Noi this week. Photo www.last.fm Under the baton of the Japanese conductor Honna Tetsuji, Kaori and musicians from the ... Read More »

Fans ready for RockStorm in town

VietNamNet Bridge – After concerts in Haiphong, Hanoi, Hue and Danang, RockStorm 2012 organized by MobiFone comes to HCMC at 6 p.m. on January 26 at the Military Zone 7 Stadium in Phu Nhuan District with 10,000 fans expected to attend. Tran Lap, one of the four trainers of The Voice 2012/leader of Buc Tuong band, in HCMC last week. ... Read More »

Famous dancer to return to stage with Lotus show

VietNamNet Bridge – Just over a month after giving birth to her first daughter, dancer Linh Nga has returned to the dance floor. She is busy to prepare for a large dance show named “Lotus” with her colleagues. Linh Nga at the press conference. On January 21, the Lotus Traditional Dance and Music Theatre held a press conference in HCM ... Read More »

Phap Lam art decoration to celebrate crafts festival

VietNamNet Bridge – Artists and craftsmen will decorate two lamps with Phap Lam art at Hue City’s Tu Tuong Park on the occasion of the traditional crafts festival in April, project manager Do Huu Triet said. Phap Lam art, in which copper is coated in enamel and then carved, has been brought back to life.–VNS file photo Phap Lam art, ... Read More »

Exhibition features traditional worship of education

Shrines and altars honouring studying and education are being displayed at an exhibition organised at Hanoi’s Van Mieu (Temple of Literature), which also houses motifs of Confucius and other learned scholars. The exhibition of Ancient Van Tu and Van Chi in Thang Long and Neighbouring Regions shows 130 images and many objects relating to Van Tu and Van Chi including ... Read More »