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Muong culture in the eyes of international artists

VietNamNet Bridge – The paintings that have not been introduced since the “Art under the roof” project in 2012 are now on display in a separate exhibition. “Art under the roof” exhibition  The international art project “Art under the roof” took place from October 17 to 26, 2012. After the workshop, some artworks were exhibited ... Read More »

S.Korean in-vogue bands to perform in Ha Noi

VietNamNet Bridge – Some of South Korea’s most popular pop groups will sprinkle some of their stardust in the capital later this month when they come to Ha Noi to perform at a huge show.   S.Korean boyband Super Junior will be among the bands featuring in the Asia Super Showcase. (Photo tamtay.vn) The Asia Super Showcase is an exclusive ... Read More »

Art performance welcomes spring arrival

VietNamNet Bridge – Artist Dao Anh Khanh will dance, sing and perform rock music for special guests at his upcoming show Dao Xuan (Spring Arrival) on February 25 at his house in Ngoc Thuy, Gia Lam, Ha Noi. Dao Anh Khanh performed in the Spring Arrival 2010. — Photo flickr.com The annual show has become a trademark for the artist ... Read More »

Hanoi to vibe with ‘death jazz’ concert

VietNamNet Bridge – Japanese jazz band Soil Pimp Sessions will join local jazz funk group Nga Tu Mat Dien in a performance in Ha Noi on March 2. Taking place at the Viet Nam Culture and Arts Centre, the event will mark the 40th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Japan and Viet Nam. It expects to entertain music lovers with ... Read More »

EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR FEBRUARY (daily updated)

Performance “Path Less Travelled” Mon 25 Feb 2013, 8 pm Commune 20A Ven Hồ st., Tay Ho, Hanoi Through time, the local scene witnesses an increasing number of visits from foreign artists. Here’s beautifully another encounter with two Korean improvisationists: Nimkha and Hyo Jung Kim, or to be a bit more precise, two classically trained musicians turned more interesting as ... Read More »