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What's on November 2015 (Daily updated)
  • | dtinews.vn | November 03, 2015 05:06 PM


Saigon Ranger hosts Saigon Indie Night

Nov 28, 8.30pm

5/7 Nguyen Sieu Street, District 1

Saigon Indie Night will feature local singer and songwriter Seighart, trio Ca Hoi Hoang (The Wild Salmon), and Bui Gio Music and KOP rock bands. Entrance fee is VND75,000.

Performance by well-known French drummer Anne Paceo


Nov 27,Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music

Nov 28, Worker Theatre

Jazz concerts in which Anne Paceo will play with her band including saxophonist Antonin-Tri Hoang, guitarist Pierre Perchaud and contrabassist Joan Eche-Puig.

Hanoi-Light Art by Artist Group “The Core” from Berlin

Nov 13 and 14, 9 am – 7 pm

Goethe Institut, 56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street

The Core, a trio of media experts and light designers, will visit Hanoi and use video mapping to put the front of the Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum in the limelight.

During these days, the Goethe-Institut will show projects which The Core has successfully developed and realised during the past two decades: in loop and with music. The presentation includes, among others, their extraordinary light projections from the Festival of Lights in Berlin or the Urban Art Forms Festival in Graz, Austria.

Free entrance.

Hanoi-Special Jazz Concert “Nichapa Quintet and Friends”

Special Jazz Concert Nichapa Quintet and Friends

Nov 29, 8 pm

Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien Street

The performance to exchange Jazz culture between top Thai and Vietnamese jazz artists and celebrate Thai King’s birthday.

Featuring Thai Jazz artists and Vietnamese string quartet from Vietnam National Academy of Music

Ticket prices: 350,000 – 500000 VND. All tickets available at Hanoi Opera House or can book online at: http://ticketvn.com/en/Jazz-Special-Concert-quotNichapa-Quintet-and-friendsquot-c7a43.html

For free delivery, call: 0913489858, 0983067996.

HCMC- Concert by German violinist

Nov 6,

The Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music, 112 Nguyen Du Street

Featuring one of the leading German violinists, Dr. Felix Olschofka, and Korean pianist Dr. Eun Young Joo.

With masterpieces Bach’s Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord in E Major; Mozart Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 18, K301 in G Major and Brahms Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 3 in E Minor.

Tickets priced at VND150,000 and VND300,000 per person, Hotline for tickets: 0903 034 112.

Hanoi-VNSO Special Concert 3

Nov 4 and 5, 8 pm

Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien Street

With the participation of:
– Conductor: Honna Tetsuji
– Piano Soloist: Ngo Phuong Vy
– Euphonium Special Guest: Hokazono Shoichiro
and the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra.

Ticket prices: 200,000 – 350,000 – 500,000 VND.
All tickets available at Hanoi Opera House or can book online at ticketvn.com.

For free delivery, call: 0913489858 / 0983067996.



Hanoi-Solo Exhibition “The Dream” by Jorge Rivera

Until Nov 13

Art Vietnam Gallery, 24 Ly Quoc Su Street (2nd Floor)

An exhibition of the autumn season of 2015 with the works of the Spanish sculptor Jorge Rivera, entitled “The Dream”, a reference to the Honda Dream motorbike that was the quintessential luxury of the early 1990’s. This exhibition is the merging of three cultures, Spain, Vietnam and Japan.

Danang – Exhibition “Aspiration of Happiness” by Hoang Phuc Quy

Vong lac-Hoang Phuc Quy

Opening: Nov 15, 4 pm

Exhibition: Nov 15 – 25

Da Nang Museum, 78 Le Duan, Thach Thang, Hai Chau, Da Nang

Throughout the works are the emotional sublimation of man when they reach the “world of happiness” of their own, like a sweet song in the joyful emotions of the people with their overwhelming happiness.

The entire series are the scene of the people lost in daydreams floating high in the melodies of happiness among the lotus fields.

Hanoi- Exhibition “Inner Channeling”

Nov 1 – 7

Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street

An exhibition “Inner Channeling” with painter Tran Van Tru (born in 1944) and his student – Nguyen Ngoc Dan (born in 1972).

Having established himself as a well-known painter in the local art scene, Nguyen Ngoc Dan (a.k.a Dan wire) will feature his new artworks on the same topics: wire, electric pole, loud speaker… messy and stuffy in the city.

On artist Tran Van Tru, according to the researcher Tran Hau Yen The: “Flowers on paintings and self portraits are two best topics of Tran Van Tru. In the flower paintings, we encounter a delicate and sensitive soul but in self portraits, he appears with strong will and consistent mind.”



Hanoi-Latin American Film Festival

Nov 11-14

Hanoi Cinematheque

Introducing films from nine Latin American countries: Peru, Argentina, Cuba, Colombia, Chile, Mexico, Panama, Uruguay and Venezuela.

The schedule includes: Of Love and Other Demons from Colombia, Travel to the Country That No Longer Exists from Cuba, Paradise from Mexico, The Wind and the Water from Panama, Whisky from Uruguay, Underdogs from Argentina, The Liberator from Venezuela, and A Beautiful Life from Chile.

Peru-Colombia Film Festival will run concurrently from November 13 to 14 in HCM City. Peru will represent with the film Sigo Siendo, and Columbia with Gabo, La Magia De Lo Real.

All movies include English and Vietnamese subtitles. Tickets are free.

UK Film Week 2015: “Music is GREAT Britain”

Hanoi: Nov 6 – 12
CGV Ho Guom Plaza, 110 Tran Phu Street, Ha Dong District

Danang: Nov 5 – 11
CGV Vincom,Ngo Quyen Street, Son Tra District

HCMC: Nov 4 – 10
CGV SC Vivo City, 1058 Nguyen Van Linh Street, D7

Screening award-winning films including God Help the Girl (2014), Nowhere Boy (2009), Pulp (2014), Northern Soul (2014), Good Vibrations (2013), Control (2007) and Bugsy Malone (1976).

Ticket price: VND 50,000 per film in Hanoi and HCMC, VND 40,000 per film in Danang

Tickets can be purchased now at: https://ticketbox.vn/



Hanoi-CRAFT LINK’s Handicraft Bazaar 2015

Nov 14, 9 am – 4.30 pm

Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Nguyen Van Huyen Street

Ethnic minority people from all over Vietnam will come to sell products which utilize their traditional skills. Selected artisans from around Hanoi and disadvantaged groups will also present their products as well. All presented producer groups provide fair wages and good working conditions to their artisans.

Admission: 40,000 VND (Museum entrance fee included)

Hanoi- Food Week to feature regional cuisine

Nov 7-15

Vinhomes Riverside, Long Bien district

A Food Week showcasing the specialties typical to the three regions of Vietnam

The event aims to introduce special and unique dishes from North, Central and South Vietnam.

Most notably, a cooking contest titled ‘Honour Vietnamese Cuisine’ will be held. Leading Vietnamese chefs such as Tran Ba Dung, Tran Van Lap, Nguyen Van Bong and Le Thi Lan will compete for the title of master-chef of the event.

To participate in the voting and enjoy the food, visitors must purchase a package fare of VND500,000 (approximately US$22) per adult and VND250,000 (approximately US$11) per child for either the lunch or dinner set-menu.

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