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What's on January 2016 (Daily updated)
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MUSIC AND PERFORMANCES

Hanoi-Modern Jazz workshop with Dede Guardiola

Jan 24, 4.30 – 7 pm

Kinergie Studio, 7th Floor, 101A Nguyen Khuyen

Participants: Artists, dancers, students and everyone who are interested in creative movements and contemporary dance.

Exploring how to express ourselves; how to move in a breath, feel the music, follow a choreography, use the precision of technique, and enjoy creating altogether.

Born in Alsace, France, Dede discovered her passion for dancing at the age of 7 years old with Amanda Gary and Christelle Pinet. Dede started dancing by learning modern jazz, but she has been curious to discover new ways how to move and express with her body. She has tried everything she can: Ballet, belly dance, African dance, Afro jazz, claquettes, hip hop… At the age of 15 years old, she joined the Dream Dance company, hip hop choreographic, with which she won several times the title of French championship. At the age of 18, Dede left Alsace to go to study fashion design in Paris. She joined Rick Odums dance school for few years and later on, Mickaël Billioniere with who she danced hip hop before moving to Vietnam.

Language: Vietnamese – English

Fee (after concession): 250,000 VND (200,000 VND for current students of Kinergie Studio)

Register with Ms Thu Hien: Mobile: 0912081950, Email: kinergie.studio@gmail.com

HCMC – Concert “A Broadway Journey”


Jan 16 and 17, 8 pm

HCMC Conservatory of Music, 112 Nguyen Du Street, Ward 1

With the attendance of two vocal experts from the United States: Ms. Rhyn Saver and Mr. John Ferguson.

“A Broadway Journey” concert includes the excerpts from many famous operas in Broadway style such as “Little Mermaid”, “Aladdin”, “Lion King”, “Love Never Dies”, “Les Miserable”,… performed by the excellent voice students from Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music and guest artists.

Invitations are now available at the Foreign Affairs office – 112 Nguyen Du Street, District 1, Hotline: 0903.034.112

Hanoi-Performances of Electric Yard Dogs in January


The Electric Yard Dogs continue to have regular dates at the following Bars and Clubs in Hanoi through January:

+84 BAR 23 Ngo Van So – Every Friday (1st, 8th, 15th, 22, 29th January)
21 NORTH CLUB 49 Lang Yen Phu – Mondays (4th, 11th, 18th, 25th January)
CHEZ XUAN 41/76 lane, An Duong, Tay Ho – Saturday 30th January

ALL GIGS START AT 9pm.

In various incarnations, The Electric Yard Dogs have been performing in Hanoi for over five years. Original members Jez Hartley and Simon ‘Otis’ Redington, who hail from the ‘70s London Punk Rock scene, have now been joined by Le Havre rocker Ricardo Canu on drums and Louisiana wildcat Scott ‘Shyboy’ Reynolds on Blues harp in a new revitalised Rockabilly, Rock’n’Roll outfit.

The music is a highly dance-able mix of fast rock, rhythm and swing, a style reminiscent of Dr Feelgood, the Texas Bar Room Blues of Stevie Ray Vaughan and the Fabulous Thunderbirds with a touch of Chuck Berry and Jimmy Reed thrown in for the hell of it!

Jazz Concert with Timo Vollbrecht & Band


Hanoi- Jan 22, 8 pm
Goethe Institut, 56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street

HCMC: Jan 23, 8 pm
HCMC Conservatory of Music, 112 Nguyen Du, Dist 1

FLY MAGIC consists of Timo Vollbrecht (saxophone), his long-time musical companion Keisuke Matsuno (guitar), Sebastian Merk (drums) and Matthias Pichler (bass). The band has been playing shows all over the world, in New York’s most famous jazz club, and at festivals in Panama, Haiti, Australia and Europe.

In Hanoi, the second part of the concert will be played together with saxophonist Nguyen Bao Long and the ensemble JumpforJazz. Band leader Long initiated this music project in order to establish and promote jazz music in Vietnam.

Free tickets can be collected at the Goethe Institut and HCMC Conservatory of Music.

Hanoi- Performance by Italian guitarist

 

Jan 7,

L'Espace, 24 Trang Tien Street

Famous Italian guitarist Ermanno Bottiglieri is set to perform “The music’s ways vol.4” along with artists and lecturers from the Vietnam National Academy of Music.

All pieces of music are composed and mixed by himself.

Hanoi-Russian corruption play to be staged

Jan 11 and 12

Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien Street

Two-hour play directed by Chi Trung from the Youth Theatre.

The Government Inspector was written by Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol, who is considered to be the father of modern Russian realism. The entire play is based on mistaken identity and on the panic that arises – for good reason – among officials. The actual theme is supposed to have been suggested by Russian writer Alexander Pushkin and, in its time, it was considered a daring piece of work.

The play is set in the early 1800s in a small Russian town where corruption was rampant among officials.

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EXHIBITIONS

Hanoi-Collaborative Art Exhibition “Going On”

Jan 20, 9.30 am

The Black Box, 56 Nguyen Khuyen Street

Including two sessions:

1. ACTIVE Exhibition: 9.30 a.m – 5.30 p.m, Jan 20th
Ticket:
• 350.000VND: From 9.30 a.m – 5.30 p.m (Breaktime: 12.30 p.m – 13h30)
• 180.000VND: From 9.30 a.m – 12.30 p.m or From 1.30 p.m – 5.30 p.m

2. PASSIVE Exhibition: 7.30 p.m – 8.30 p.m, Jan 20th
Ticket (supported): Free
• Admire and enjoy Collaborative Artworks
• Watch the movie of Collaborative Art process at ACTIVE Exhibition
• Share your experience
• Auction the artworks at the end of PASSIVE to bring the Collaborative artworks into daily life

Register at:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1zVwemmpRaz83zRkqiyT7dbKD4HHk_honXUJEIcqyrlc/viewform

Hotline: 0914 70 55 66

Hanoi-Exhibition “100 Years Later” by Vu Duc Trung at Dong Phong Gallery

Until Jan 12

Dong Phong Art Gallery, 3 Ly Dao Thanh Street

It is too long humans may live and nobody knows who we are tomorrow. The visible and invisible faces patched by colours with streaks and blotches of different shades, lighted up with a brilliant lustre of lacquer materials. The paintings, that might be a self-portrait of the artist or portraits of someone cross his life, could only be deeply enjoyed at a far enough distance.

Hanoi-Street Photography Exhibition “On the Tracks”

Until Jan 26

Vietnam in Focus, 46 Hang Vai Street

Come to enjoy street photography exhibition “On The Tracks”. The show features amazing pictures by photographers on our extremely popular tour exploring the residential area along Hanoi’s railway tracks.

Free entry.

Hanoi-Exhibition “True Blue” by Le Quy Tong


Until Jan 11, 8 am – 10 pm

Manzi Art Space, 14 Phan Huy Ich Street

True Blue” sees Le Quy Tong experiment with a hybrid of painting, decorated pattern and found imagery. Each of the works takes its starting point from photographic documentations of significant political meetings that influenced the course of history. The images – sourced from historical archives and mass media – have been taken out of their original contexts and appropriated, dissected and reassembled into something new and uncanny, making it difficult to decipher between the make-believe, the manipulated and the genuine.

Hanoi-Photo Exhibition “Imagine France”

Jan 8 – 31

L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien Street

A photo exhibition “Imagine France” by Maia Flore, in partnership with Atout France and L’Institut français.

In this series of 25 photographs, Maia Flore has created a character who appropriates in each place, to make it surprising and poetic. Sometimes be actor, sometimes be spectator, this recurring character animates and renews the 25 cultural sites (castles, museums, monuments…) that the artist visited during a tour of France for 66 days between July and September 2013.

Free entry.

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FESTIVALS

Hanoi- School Of Mosh – Hardcore/Metal Festival

Jan 23, 11 am

Hanoi Creative City, 1 Luong Yen Street

Outdoor metal/hardcore festival featuring 15 bands from all over Vietnam, Thailand, South Korea and Hong Kong.

Skateboarding, graffiti, streetwear, tattoos and piercings, etc.

Tickets:

– Early bird: 180,000 VND + free stickers (first 50 tickets)
– Pre-sales: 200,000 VND (to be bought before 23 Jan)
– At door: 250,000 VND (on 23 Jan)
– Combo: 330,000 VND =1 ticket & 1 tshirt (to be bought before 23 Jan, tshirt given at door)
– Combo 5: 950,000 VND = Entry for 5 people (to be bought before 23 Jan)
– Combo 10: 1,800,000 VND = Entry for 10 people (to be bought before 23 Jan)

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