Wed 3 Apr 2013, 8 pm
Cultural Palace Vietnam-Soviet Friendship
91 Tran Hung Dao, Hanoi
You are invited to a music night with compositions from three of the most famous composers in Vietnam who are often referred to as “three most salient figures of modern (non-classical) Vietnamese music”.
Van Cao was the composer of the official national anthem of Vietnam, while Pham Duy contributed more than a thousand songs combining folk with modern melodies, and Trinh Cong Son was named “Vietnam’s Bob Dylan” by Joan Baez. Their music has been loved by many generations of Vietnamese.
Knowing about these three figures and their compositions will help anyone understand a lot about music in Vietnam, especially the important period before, during and after the war.
Tickets: from 300,000 to 1,500,000 VND.
Call these numbers to book tickets: 04.2230 8888 – 04.2230 8899 – 0914 387 757 – 0123 318 1199.