“Hanoi Recitals” Performed in Denmark

“Hanoi Recitals” Performed in Denmark

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“Hanoi Recitals” Perform in Denmark: 20 – 26 Sep 2013

From the organizer:

To continue a CDEF supported project, “Hanoi recitals”, a cross genres music project leaded by 02 artists, Tri Minh (VN), Michael Moller (DK) and Vietnamese traditional artists Pham Tra My (16 strings) and Le Thuy Linh (36 strings) and several others Danish musicians will start a series of performances and workshop across Denmark.

20/9/2013-perform at Industriens Hus for officials.
22-24/9/2013-workshop at Engelsholm.
24/9/2013-perform at Engelsholm.
25/9/2013-workshop at Rhythmic Music Conservatory
26/9/2013-perform at Borups Concert Hall.

The Hanoi RECITALS is a series of newly composed songs by the two artists Tri Minh (VN) and Michael Moller (DK), which reflect the crossed/culture of Denmark and Viet Nam in the 21-century but also embracing traditional and histories of Viet Nam and Denmark.

The goal of the project is to enhance cooperation between Vietnamese and Danish composers, musicians and music students and enhance cultural exchange and understanding between artists and new audiences in Vietnam and Denmark.

Tri Minh is a pioneer electronic artist who has worked/performed with various international and local artists for the last 15 years. Tri Minh has work with Michael Møller on various occasions including composing music together to perform with.

Michael Møller is an award-winning composer and performer living in Copenhagen. He has released 5 albums with the band Moi Caprice. He released a solo album in 2007 and a successful 31-song on Internet release in 2011. He recently won a Danish Music Award as Innovator of the Year and a Critics Award as Composer of the Year.

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Participants in the project:
Composers: Tri Minh and Michael Møller

Musicians
Tri Minh: Piano, Electronics, sound sampling and processing
Michael Møller: Vocals, guitar.

Participating musicians in Vietnam:
Pham Tra My: 16-string instrument/Thap Luc.
Le Thuy Linh: 36-strings instrument, mono-chord instrument/tam thap luc/dan bau

Participating musicians in Denmark:
various artists playing cello, percussion, guitar


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