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8 pm – 9:50 pm on September 5
A jazz concert “French Melodies” with the performance of The New Morning Quartet – the band with all the members from The Vietnam National Academy of Music.
Hanoi Opera House
1 Trang Tien Street
8pm, September 4
A Panorama of the Brazilian Music concert features Brazilian flutist Joao Bastos and pianist Yara Borges.
8pm on every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday night
Ca Tru (Ceremonial Singing) show
Goethe Institute and Vietnam Fine Arts Museum
56-58 and 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc street
Opening: August 28/Closing: September 14
Photography exhibition entitled ‘The City. From the Becoming until the Decay’ presents photo reportages of 22 cities around the world by18 photographers of the German agency OSTKREUZ
Opening: September 4/Closing: September 18
Exhibition “Stories about villages”, by the Vietnamese artist Ta Thi Thanh Tam, will offer an opportunity to watch Vietnamese countryside from a very special point of view.
Korean Cultural Center
49 Nguyen Du Street
Opening: August 30/Closing: September 15
Exhibition “Emotion 3″ displays 28 paintings by artist Ngo Chinh
Opening: September 5/Closing: September 28
Exhibition “Born in 1983/Kham Thien”
The installation art exhibition of artist Bang Nhat Linh, who recycles objects left over from the war (aircraft debris, sandbags, bullet casings, etc) into useful materials.
HO CHI MINH CITY
Reflections Restaurant – Caravelle Hotel
7 pm, Monday – Saturday
Live jazz and acoustic performances by Filipino duo Soul and Sound.
Hard Rock Café
39 Le Duan street, district 1
The ‘Party after Dark’ every Friday night featuring the magical mixing style of American DJ and breakdancer Justin Murta
Opening: July 26/Closing: September 5
Exhibition, “Echoing Nostalgia. Collecting Countermemory”, by Vietnam artists Pham Ngoc Lan and Nguyen Trinh Thi, and Canadian visual artist John Monteith
Through the synergy between picture and sound in video works, the exhibition immerses the audience in a space where the line between the past and the present is blurred.
Phuong My Flagship Store
81 Le Thanh Ton street, district 1
Exhibition, “Paeonia Dream”, by Le Hoang Bich Phuong
Phuong exhibits two-layered paintings spotlighting the peony – the elegant flower of spring, and a royal symbol of classic East Asia denoting wealth and honor.
Ho Chi Minh CityFine Arts Museum
The exhibition showcases works by painter Nguyen Gia Tri, who dominated the field of lacquer painting in Vietnam before 1945.
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