Pianist Luu Hong Quang: Homeland – An integral part of the heart

Pianist Luu Hong Quang: Homeland – An integral part of the heart

NDO – Although busy with his training schedule and performing abroad, Luu Hong Quang stills spend the time to return to Vietnam each year because he believes that the homeland is an inseparable part of his heart. Quang cherishes a big dream of claiming a prestigious music award. On his chosen career path, he appears to be in the shadow of the artist Dang Thai Son - a hard, lonely path with a true love for music. (Jan 24, 2020 15:07:10)

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