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UK rock band to perform in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – The British rock band Guillemots will perform in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi on May 26 and 28 as part of Vietnam’s annual European Days. The band, formed in 2005, was an immediate hit with music fans thanks to upbeat melodies like “Made-up Love song #43” and “Trains to Brazil”. Their ... Read More »

British rockers Guillemots in city

VietNamNet Bridge – BRIT Award winners Guillemots will perform at HCMC Conservatory of Music on May 26 as part of European Days in Vietnam. British rock band Guillemots – Photo: Courtesy of organizers The band, formed in 2005 in the U.K with members from all over the world, were an immediate hit with music fans thanks to their upbeat melodies. ... Read More »

Leading Australian trio to perform in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – Australia’s Elixir Trio will stage two concerts at Hanoi’s Voice of Vietnam Theatre on May 16 and 17. The performance is a part of celebrations for the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Australia.   The Elixir Trio’s members are multi-platinum selling songstress Katie Noonan, saxophonist Zac Hurren, and jazz guitarist Stephen Magnusson. Katie Noonan’s ... Read More »

European Film Festival 2013 to start next week

VietNamNet Bridge – The European Film Festival 2013 will take place in Hanoi, Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City on May 15-26. This year’s event themed ‘Europe on Screen’ will introduce 16 films in many genres presenting Europe’s cultural diversity from 14 different EU Member States at National Cinema Center in Hanoi, Cinebox in Ho Chi Minh City and ... Read More »

Late artist Choe’s works on display downtown

VietNamNet Bridge – Tu Do Gallery is hosting an exhibition on artworks of the late Vietnamese artist Choe (Nguyen Hai Chi), giving a chance for local art lovers to admire two collections which are on display in Vietnam for the first time. Late Vietnamese artist Choe (Nguyen Hai Chi). (Photo: Internet) Choe was an international artist/cartoonist who had many collections ... Read More »

German comics on show in Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge – An exhibition themed “Comics, Manga Co. – Germany’s New Comic Culture” will open at the Goethe Institute in Hanoi on May 8. Berlin curator and comic expert Matthias Schneider developed the ideal for the event to introduce the two generations of comic artists who have influenced German comic culture in very different ways. The exhibition consists of ... Read More »

Heartbeat Vietnam makes The Dreams come true

VietNamNet Bridge – Heartbeat Vietnam will host “Scar of Life 4” event themed The Dreams to raise funds for life-saving operations for kids born with heart disease. Dancer Linh Nga will perform at the show The Dreams to help poor children have heart operations – Photo: Courtesy of Heartbeat Vietnam The show will feature food, beverages and music with four ... Read More »

HCM City Opera takes on Handel’s Messiah

VietNamNet Bridge – The HCM City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera (HBSO) will present George Frederic Handel’s oratorio Messiah, one of the masterpieces of choral music, on May 8 and 9 at the Opera House. The performance will feature vocalists from Norway and artists from famous orchestras Trondheim Solistene and Kongelige Norske Marines Musikkorps. Several Vietnamese artists and the HBSO’s ... Read More »

10 films to “land” at Vietnamese theaters in May

VietNamNet Bridge – “Fast and Furious 6”, “The Hangover 3”, “Star Trek Into Darkness” and “Epic” are the most  wanted movies by Vietnamese audience in May. 1. Trance   Release date: 3/5 This is the latest work of renowned British director, Danny Boyle, after “127 Hours” since 2010. The film tells the story of Simon, an employee at an auction ... Read More »

Polish Royal String Quartet to grace Viet Nam

VietNamNet Bridge – The famed Polish Royal String Quartet (RSQ) will perform their debut concert in Ha Noi on May 7, showcasing several compositions from world-famous composers. The famed Polish Royal String Quartet (RSQ) will perform their debut concert in Ha Noi on May 7. — Photo Featuring Izabella Szalaj-Zimak (violin), Elwira Przybylowska (violin), Marek Czech (viola), and Michal ... Read More »