Black Voices to hit Hanoi stage Black Voices is committed to singing in the oral tradition, a celebration of their African, Caribbean and British heritage. Their music transcends gender, race, religious persuasion and age. Over their 24 years as a strong unit, Black Voices has steadily built up a fine reputation by delivering stunning performances through their soulful and inspirational harmonic blend. Their ever-growing repertoire includes spiritual, traditional African, Caribbean and English folk songs, jazz, gospel, pop and reggae as well as temporary and classical styles. The group has entertained Nelson Mandela, a pope, members of the British Royal Family and has shared the stage with musical greats such as Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Take 6 and Winton Marsellis. Tickets are priced from VND50,000 to VND500,000 and available at the Opera House or can be booked at www.ticketvn.com, [email protected] Prize has VND120 mil. up for grabs Mekong Artists Company in collaboration with HCMC Museum of Fine Arts on Thursday launched painting competition ‘The Dogma Prize in self-portraiture’, giving a chance for artists to win an award of VND120 million for their self-portraits. The contest, running from May 7 to August 31, is for all Vietnamese painters aged 18 and above,…
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