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What's on November 6-12 (Daily updated)
  • | dtinews.vn | November 06, 2017 10:56 PM

Hanoi- Night of Experimental Music “Sound of the Mountain”

Nov 10, 8pm

Manzi Art Space, 14 Phan Huy Ich Street, Ba Dinh Street,

An experimental concert featuring the Canadian artists – Elizabeth Millar and Craig Pedersen – with special guest artist Ngo Tra My (dan bau – one-string zither).

Ticket: VND100,000

Hanoi- Monsoon Music Festival 2017

Nov 10-12, 5-11:45pm

Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, Quan Thanh Street, Ba Dinh District,

Featuring 13 performances by artists from all over the world: Vietnam, Belgium, the UK, Germany, Denmark, South Korea, Slovakia, Israel and Estonia with a diverse combination of music genres and styles.


Combo 03 days: Early Bird Combo GA: 499,000 VND (closed) - Combo GA: 660,000 VND

01 day ticket: Early Bird GA: VND220,000 (closed) – GA: VND330,000 – VIP: VND550,000

Hanoi-Classical Music Concert “Autumn Bamboo 2″

Nov 10-11, 8pm

L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien Street, Hoan Kiem District,

Singers and musicians from several countries will perform classic works by French and Vietnamese composers, under the baton of conductor Dong Quang Vinh.

Ticket: VND300,000 (Type A) – VND190,000 (Type B) – VND120,000 (L’Espace members) – VND90,000 (students).

HCMC- Concert “A Night of Italian Music”

Nov 8, 8pm

Ho Chi Minh City Opera House, No. 7 Lam Son Square. District 1,

Featuring the finest of Italian music compositions. Violinist Vinh Pham will showcase his virtuosity with Paganini’s Concerto No. 1 in D. Major, accompanied by the world acclaimed arias by HBSO’s opera talents and Saigon Ladies Singers.

Ticket: VND550,000 – VND400,000 – VND200,000 – VND150,000 – VND80,000


Da Nang City-Photo exhibition on Vietnam's Land and People

International Media Centre,

Featuring 100 artistic photos on the land and people of Vietnam as an activity to celebrate the APEC 2017 Economic Leaders’ Week.

Hanoi- Second International Watercolor Biennale

Hanoi Museum

No. 2 Pham Hung Street, Nam Tu Liem District,

The second International Watercolour Biennale is co-organised by the International Watercolour Society in Vietnam and Hanoi Museum.

The exhibition will display 217 artworks by 216 watercolour artists from 45 countries from around the world. In particular, with the participation of world-class watercolor artists such as: Uruguayan-Australian artist Alvaro Castagnet, Liu Yi, Amit Kapoor.

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 suit.

Hanoi- Exhibition “Empathy Architecture”

Nanoco gallery, 83 Lang Ha Street, Dong Da District,

Introducing another architectural exhibition by the V-Architecture company with the topic “Empathy Architecture”.

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

HCMC-Exhibition “Spirit of Friendship'

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

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

As an educational display, it gives recognition to how ‘friendship’ continues to further the testing and encouraging of ideas among artists, beyond what was officially understood, taught, or predominantly exhibited in Vietnam at that time, believing their art worthy of more than catering to ideological/formal and touristic (commercial) demands.

Tickets: VND 35,000 (adults) – VND 25,000 (students)

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

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

‘Paradise Lost’ by Hoang Thanh Vinh Phong (born 1971) will bring visitors to a world where the familiar is made strange, the mundane mythologised and the symbolic re-arranged. Through the shifting of shapes and twisting of material, images and objects from the everyday world are taken out of context, heightened with a sense of ambiguity, asking us to look beyond what our first glance has to offer.

Ticket: VND35,000 – VND25,000 (with appropriate student ID) – free for children under 16.

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