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What's on October 16-22 (Daily updated)
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MUSIC & PERFORMANCES

Hanoi- Franz Schubert Cycle at L’Espace



Oct 18-19, 8 pm,

L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien street, Hoan Kiem district

Under the baton of the talented conductor Nguyen Khac Thanh, the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra will return to the stage of L’Espace with the works of Franz Schubert. Following “Suite bergamasque”, a soft and tranquil masterpiece by French composer Claude Debussy, is François Borne’s Fantaisie Brillante sur Carmen, Joseph Haydn’s Concerto No.1 in C major for cello, and Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 2 in B-flat major, D.125 as the finale.

Conductor: Nguyen Khac Thanh

Flute: Nguyen Dieu Hong

Cello: Dao Tuyet Trinh

Ticket price: VND 190 000
Ticket price for members: VND 120 000
Ticket price for students: VND 90 000

Hanoi-Night of Experimental Music “Reminiscence”


Oct 20, 8 pm,

Manzi Art Space, 14 Phan Huy Ich Street,

Manzi is pleased to host “Reminiscence” – an experimental concert featuring Kryshe, Sound Awakener and zither artist Nguyen Thuy Dung. This sonic/musical dialogue about memories and personal experience will take audience to a journey of imagination, of inner landscapes, and dreams.

Surcharge: VND 100,000 /person

Hanoi- The Children Band Releases EP 2.0

Oct 15, 8 pm,

Hanoi Rock City, 27/52 To Ngoc Van

After some times spent recording and doing “many things” else, The Children (Vietnamese name: Nhung Dua Tre) band has released their second EP. And so we would like to hold this event to introduce to you our new songs (and the old ones) and hope that it would be a memorable night for you.

Tickets

. Pre-order tickets: VND 100.000(limited quantity) – Click here for reservation

Pre-order tickets will be available from 26 Sep at Bụi Store (Room 107, Building E5, Trung Tu Apartment block, Dang Van Ngu street, Dong Da, Hanoi)

. At-doors tickets: VND120.000 (available at the entrance)

HCMC-The Children Band Releases EP 2.0

Oct 22, 8 pm,

Yoko Cafe, 22A Nguyen Thi Dieu

After some times spent recording and doing “many things” else, The Children (Vietnamese name: Nhung Dua Tre) band has released their second EP. And so we would like to hold this event to introduce to you our new songs (and the old ones) and hope that it would be a memorable night for you. Thanks for always supporting Nhung Dua Tre!

Tickets

. Pre-order tickets: VND100.000 – Click here for reservation

Pre-order tickets will be available from 3 Oct at Yoko cafe

. At-doors tickets: VND120.000 (available at the entrance)

The “EP 2.0” CD will be available at Yoko cafe

. Combo ticket + CD: VND200.000
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EXHIBITION

Hanoi- Exhibition “Empathy Architecture”




Nanoco gallery, 83 Lang street,

The exhibition will display the most recent works by V-Architecture. The architects will share their experiences, which will help audience to understand more about the application of empathy in architecture, or how architecture will become a way of empathizing with people.

In particular, during the exhibition, there will be the book launching of “Kien truc xanh Viet Nam” (“Green Architecture in Vietnam”) on 28 Oct. This is a book researched and written by architect Le Luong Ngoc and other authors, aiming to share the most basic and fundamental knowledge on “Green architecture” designing that has been applied in Vietnam.

Free entry

Hanoi- Exhibition “West Lake” by Anna-Maria Ory

Dong Phong Art Gallery, 03 Ly Dao Thanh Street

The subject and technique of the pictures mix the elements of both Eastern and Western traditions, in an attempt to establish connections between two very different cultures which nevertheless have a lot in common.

Hanoi-Exhibition “Gang of Five, Chancing Modern”


Vietnam Film Studio, No. 4 Thuy Khue Street

The Gang of Five, members Hong Viet Dung, Ha Tri Hieu, Dang Xuan Hoa, Tran Luong and Pham Quang Vinh hold an esteemed position in the history of fine art in Vietnam’s post-Doi Moi (Reform) era. They emerged in the early 80’s as Vietnam was struggling to rebuild after decades of war. Five male artists bound by friendship and a passion to express themselves freely without constraint, with a hope for the future that in the past was inconceivable, they pursued their dreams and consequentially inspired others to follow.

The exhibition site takes place at the Vietnam Film Studio where the new works of the artists will be presented along with a collection of archival materials highlighting a journey that traces their aesthetic development; the unique separate-togetherness that sustained the Gang of Five; the social environment that might have contributed to their acclaim while at the same time concealed their practices from thorough art historical discourse.

HCMC- Exhibition “Spirit of Friendship”

The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre, 15 Nguyen U Di, Thao Dien, District 2,

A survey exhibition highlights the role and contribution of artist friendships in furthering the development of experimental art practice in Vietnam, since 1975, featuring 22 artist-groups from across the country.

Tickets:

For adults: VND35,000

For students: VND25,000 (with appropriate student ID)

For children under 16: free (with appropriate ID)

Entry is free on the opening night.

HCMC- Exhibition “Abandoned by Heaven” by Bui Thanh Tam

Craig Thomas Gallery, 27(i) Tran Nhat Duat, Tan Dinh Ward, District 1

A solo exhibition of oil and Đông Hồ folk paintings on canvas by Hanoi-based artist Bui Thanh Tam.

At first glance, the paintings of Bùi Thanh Tâm’s “Abandoned by Heaven” collection project an air of innocence and a pollyanish sense of contentment. The doe-eyed figures in the paintings look to be in the midst of living happy and prosperous lives, but there is something amiss lying just underneath the surface of the paintings.

HCMC-Exhibition “Paradise Lost” by Hoang Thanh Vinh Phong

The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre, 15 Nguyen U Di, Thao Dien, District 2

Featuring a world where the familiar is made strange, the mundane mythologised and the symbolic re-arranged. Through the shifting of shape and twisting of material, images and objects from the everyday are taken out of context, heightened with a sense of ambiguity, asking us to look beyond what our first glance has to offer.

Tickets:

For adults: VND 35,000

For students: VND 25,000 (with appropriate student ID)

For children under 16: free (with appropriate ID)

Entry is free on the opening night.

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