November 27 – December 3: Subscription Concert Vol. 105 in Hanoi
Friday, 2017-11-24 10:33:27
NDO— A selection of noteworthy artistic and cultural events will take place in in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Subscription Concert Vol. 105
8pm on November 29
Hanoi Opera House
1 Trang Tien Street, Hoan Kiem District,
Subscription Concert Vol. 105 will feature conductor Honna Tetsuji, cello soloist Tsutsumi Tsuyoshi and the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra.
Vietnam Concert by Maius Philharmonic Orchestra
8pm on November 29
Vietnam National Academy of Music
77 Hao Nam Street, Dong Da District,
In this concert, Maius Philharmonic brings together the folk sounds of traditional Vietnamese instruments with those from the West to create a new sound, inspiring audiences in the country and introducing them to the world.
The works are inspired by the distinct beauty of each and every region of Vietnam. Maius wants the audience to feel the nature and people of Vietnam through the music played by the young artists.
Exhibition “Vung khong tuong – Utopia Land”
1st Floor, Dolphin Plaza
6 Nguyen Hoang (for car) | 28 Tran Binh (for bike), My Dinh 2,
The UTOPIA-LAND exhibition presents artworks of 15 artists from Germany, France, Serbia, the Republic of Korea, India, America and Vietnam. All of the works are the result of five exchange and working weeks of the MAP. Disciplines are varied from painting, sculpture, photography, videography, multimedia, conceptual and public art, to installation and site-specific art.
Typography Exhibition “TDC 63”
56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
Type Directors Club Show will bring the essence of art to graphic design enthusiasts at an artistic and professional show. Each art work is the translation of the voice of emotions and the rhythm of the soul, which delivers its message to the viewer. TDC 63 will be held in November and December in Hanoi & Ho Chi Minh City respectively as a festival of inspiration and creative ideas, while providing an opportunity to meet with design professionals.
Contemporary Art Exhibition “Du & Doi”
4th floor, Hanoi Museum
Pham Hung Street, Nam Tu Liem district, Hanoi
You are invited to the art exhibition “Du & doi” by artists Ngo Xuan Binh and Le Van Thin, featuring more than 300 artworks created with various media: lacquer, oil, dó paper, and mixed media.
The exhibition focuses on the mental concept of traditionality and modernity with the aim of realising that the world has always been miraculous, loving and brand-new. This is the chance for audience to see and appreciate the artworks by the two artists, as well as preserving and promoting Vietnamese contemporary art to the local and international public.
HO CHI MINH CITY
Piano Battle with Andreas Kern and Paul Cibis at European Music Festival 2017
8pm on December 1
Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music
The concert was performed by the internationally acclaimed pianists Andreas Kern and Paul Cibis at the European Music Festival 2017.
Internationally acclaimed pianists Andreas Kern and Paul Cibis have created PIANO BATTLE to entertain and engage audiences. The duo goes head-to-head on stage, charming and enchanting the audience with a variety of classical pieces.
Exhibition “Slices” by Ngo Van Sac
Craig Thomas Gallery
27i Tran Nhat Duat Street, Tan Dinh Ward, District 1, HCMC
In his solo exhibition, Ngo Van Sac returns to his unique form of wood burn painting as a follow-up to his 2015 exhibition of collage and acrylic on canvas paintings entitled “In Opposite”. With “Slices”, Sac continues the evolution of his wood burn practice with the introduction of more acrylic paint and calligraphy, and through a change in primary subject matter from a focus on self-portraiture to the portrayal of the peoples of Vietnam’s ethnic minority groups. What remains the same are Sac’s working method which demonstrates a mastery of his materials, and the exciting outcomes of his experimentation.
Origami & Application Exhibition
Youth Cultural House
04 Pham Ngoc Thach Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1,
The Origami exhibition is divided into two parts: an area which showcases “A World of Nature” inspired by Origami, and another area that demonstrates the application of Origami in daily life.