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What's on June 5-11 (Daily updated)
  • | dtinews.vn | June 05, 2017 06:04 AM

Hanoi-Unmissable Concert by MMTM Contemporary Music Group

June 8, 8pm

Manzi Art Space, 14 Phan Huy Ich Street

An unmissable concert by MMTM – a contemporary music group founded by four leading artists and composers of both modern and traditional music of Vietnam: Tri Minh & Vu Nhat Tan (piano and electronic music), Pham Tra My (đàn tranh) & Ngo Tra My (đàn bầu).

Using two acoustic pianos, a zither and mono-chords combined with electronic music, the group will present Hanoian audiences with a series of new contemporary pieces with a dash of Vietnamese traditional and folk music inspiration.

Surcharge: VND 250,000 per person

Hanoi- “Summer Harmony” Night of Concert and Ballet

June 7 and 8, 8pm

Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien street, Hoan Kiem district

A Night of Concert and Ballet – introducing Summer Harmony with the performance of:

Artistic Director: People’s Artist Pham Anh Phuong

Conductor: Dong Quang Vinh and Singers, the Orchestra, the Choir andDancers of the Vietnam National Opera and Ballet

This performance is not for children under 5 years old.

Ticket: VND 300.000 - VND 400.000 - VND600.000

Hanoi- Music Night with Joyce Jonathan

June 8, 8pm,

Institut Français de Hanoi – L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien Street

A music night with Joyce Jonathan – Winner of the “French Revelation of the Year” category at the 2011 NRJ Music Awards.

Joyce Jonathan is an internationally renowned singer-songwriter, especially in Asia where she performs regularly on the most well-known stages. She was awarded the “French Revelation of the Year” at the 2011 NRJ Music Awards and the SACEM National Union of Authors Composer Award (UNAC) for her song “Je ne sais pas”. Through the course of the night Joyce Jonathan will present her latest album entitled “Une place pour moi” (A place for me).

Ticket price:

Rate A: VND 400 000

Rate B: VND 200 000

Member Rate: VND 170 000

Student Rate: VND 170 000

HCMC-French Hiphop Night: “Sadako”

June 9, 8 pm

IDECAF, 28 Le Thanh Ton, District 1

With “Sadako”, Valentine Nagata-Ramos revives a Japanese tragedy. According to a legend of old, anyone who can fold 1000 paper cranes will see his wish fulfilled. Sadako Sasaki, a young victim of the atomic bomb of Hiroshima, was only able to make 644 origamis before being swept away by leukemia at the age of 12 and was buried by his classmates with the remaining 356 cranes that they folded for her.


Standard price: VND 200,000 – VND 150,000

Reduced ticket for students and students of the IDECAF: VND 100 000

HCMC- French Hip-hop Night “In the Middle”

June 10, 8pm

Ho Chi Minh City Opera House, 7 Lam Son Square, District 1

Ticket price: VND 450 000 – VND 350 000 – VND 250000 – VND 150 000 – VND 100 000


Hanoi-Lacquer Painting Exhibition “Nature – Nostalgia”

Institut Français de Hanoi – L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien Street

Dang Thu Huong, Ly Truc Son and Nguyen Thi Que, artists of the first generation of the Vietnamese School of Fine Arts, explored the oriental art of sanded lacquer throughout the 1990s. The destructive war brought them closer to nature which in turn inspired them with simple subjects: flowers, people, the countryside… The charm of their works resides in the sparkling of the lacquer and its red, black, silver and gold palette.

Free entry

Hanoi- Exhibition “Fantitastisch – Art and Design – Not just for Kids”

Until June 30,

Goethe Institute, 56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street

Unique works of six German artists which place emphasis on attractive aesthetics, child-friendly design and sustainability will be on display.

The aim of the exhibition is to promote an understanding of education that encourages creativity and artistic discovery. Children and adults are introduced in a playful manner to the objects on display to help them shape a space for their own creativity.

Hanoi- Exhibition “A Present Retrospective”

Work Room Four, 24th floor, Packexim Building, lane 15, An Duong Vuong Street, Tay Ho district

Displaying eighteen archival prints of the paintings/posters produced by the celebrated Cuban graphic artist René Mederos Mederos (died in 1996) between 1969 and 1972, during his two visits to Vietnam.

The exhibition also introduces works by five established contemporary Vietnamese artists, including Le Quy Tong, Nguyen The Son, Nguyen Nghia Cuong, Pham Khac Quang and Giang Nguyen.

Hanoi- Exhibition “Raffaello: Opera Omnia”

Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Nguyen Van Huyen Street, Cau Giay District

To mark the occasion of the 71st Anniversary of the Italian Republic, the Italian Embassy in Hanoi along with the Vietnam Museum of Ethnography, in cooperation with Italian institutional partners and sponsors, are glad to present – for the first time ever in Asia – the exhibition “Raffaello: opera omnia”.

Admission & Fees

Adults: VND 40,000

Students: VND 20,000

Pupils: VND 10,000, free for children under 6 years old

Tickets are available at the museum.

Danang- Photo exhibition by French photographer

June 6-18

Danang Fine Arts Museum

Photo exhibition "The Ageless Beauty photography" featuring 26 photos by French photographer Réhahn Croquevielle.

“I was inspired to do this project because I believe there are many layers to a person and that their years and their long life story enrich the lives of others. It feels even more true here in Vietnam, where I find old women incredibly strong. They worked hard most of their life, but despite the hardships, they are not only very warming, kind and generous but also extremely funny, and cheeky as would young girls,” the artist said on his Facebook page.

Free entrance.

The French photographer also launched his latest private art gallery at 26 Phan Boi Chau street in the ancient town of Hoi An in early January.

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