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What's on January 21-27 (Daily updated)
  • | dtinews.vn | January 21, 2019 11:47 PM

Hanoi- Solo Guitar Performance by Tran Tuan An

Jan 27, 8pm

L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien Street

Tran Tuan An is one of the “genius guitarists of Vietnam” (Austin Classic Guitar). He has been invited to perform at major concert halls in North America and in Asia alongside other world-class artists. Tuan An and his guitar, designed by luthier Stephan Connor, promise to bring a special night of classical music to the L’Espace stage.

Tickets: VND210,000 – VND130,000 (L’Espace members) – VND100,000 (students)

HCMC-A O Show by Lune Production

6pm, Ho Chi Minh City Opera House

7 Cong Truong Lam Son, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1

Featuring optical illusions and impressive acrobatics, paired with traditional music performances by a troupe of talented local artists.

Known as the Cirque du Soleil of Vietnam (minus the flashy outfits), this live show depicts the transition of rural Vietnam into today’s modern landscape, using props such as giant woven baskets, scaffolding, bamboo canes, and ropes.

Price range: VND630,000 - VND1,470,000



Hanoi-Exhibition “Dao Phap”

VICAS Art Studio, 32 Hao Nam Street, Dong Da District,

Introducing paintings made using painting knives, by hand or by any other tool other than the usual paintbrush.

80 artists from all over the country (Soc Trang, Binh Duong, Sai Gon, Buon Me Thuot, Hue, Quang Binh, Lao Cai,…) have sent in their works.

Hanoi-Painting exhibition on Year of Pig 2019

 Dong A Gallery, 115 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street

Showcasing 60 artworks by 33 Vietnamese contemporary artists including Thanh Chuong, Le Tri Dung and Dang Thu An.

Hanoi-Exhibition “Season Linger” by Vu Dinh Tuan

Hanoi Studio Gallery, 13 Trang Tien Street

A new collection by artist Vu Dinh Tuan will be exhibited at Hanoi Studio Gallery.

HCMC-Exhibition “an everyday day” by Nguyen Quang Huy

Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyen Van Thu, Dakao, District 1

A solo exhibition of new work by Hanoi-based artist Nguyen Quang Huy.

Considered one of Vietnam’s pioneering artists following the Doi Moi reforms initiated in 1986 (a period of economic liberalisation marked by increased artistic experimentation), Quang Huy will be showing a suite of oil paintings depicting Hmong women and misty mountain scenes created with hazy brushworks in his distinctive muted palette of blue-grey grisaille.

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