CONTEMPORARY MUSIC CONCERT: AUTUMN WIND WITH HANOI NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE

Time: 20.00 – 04/11/2016 Venue: Grand Hall, Vietnam National Academy Of Music – 77 Hao Nam, Dong Da, Hanoi Tickets available at Vietnam National Academy Of Music – 77 Hao Nam, Dong Da, Hanoi Item fulltext   TICKET PRICE: 100,000 VNĐ (Or 50,000 VNĐ for students) *** The concert is not for children under 8 years old*** Welcome to the Ancient and New Music of Việt Nam! On Friday November 4 at 8 PM in the Grand Hall of Vietnam National Academy of Music, the Hanoi New Music Ensemble will be joined by the Ancient Music Emsemble of Tonkin, in their not to be missed first collaboration. Together the two groups give voice to the true classical music of Việt Nam, connecting centuries of musical generations from the past to the present. The concert opens with The “Communal House Door Song”, a perfect ancient introduction for the new music The Autumn Wind by Ton That Tiet and Fire Line by Nguyen Thien Đao, the grandfathers of Vietnamese new music. We turn to a brand new string quartet by Nguyen Minh Nhat, who proudly studies at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City. Then the music turns to two giants of the 20th century, the Pastorale of Igor Stravinsky and Dérive 1 by Pierre Boulez, followed by two masterpieces by the current leaders of Hanoi New Music Ensemble, The Memory by Vũ Nhật Tân and Resurrection of the Soul by Trần Kim Ngọc.

CONCERT WITH HANOI NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE AT L’ESPACE AND VNAM

23/10/2016 -20.00 Venue: L’espace – 24 Tràng Tiền, Hà Nội Ticket price: 170 000 VND Special price for member: 100 000 VND Special price for student: 80 000 VND Tickets are available at L’Espace – 24 Tràng Tiền, Hà Nội   04/11/2016 – 20.00 Venue: Vietnam National Accademy of Music – 77 Hào Nam, Hà Nội Ticket price: 100 000 VND Special price for students: 50 000 VND Tickets are available at Vietnam National Academy of Music – 77 Hao Nam, Hanoi.   After 3 oppening concert in 2015 and noted concerts for the Hanoi audience in April, June and September 2016, The Hanoi New Music Ensemble continues to conquer the capital audience by 2 concerts with a completely new repertoir of contemporary compositions. The program keeps the mission of introducing the works composed... 

CONCERT WITH HANOI-BERLIN PROJECT AT GOETHE INSTITUT HANOI

The Ensemble with 10 musicians from Hanoi and Berlin is playing their own compositions and improvisations 10 musicians, 2 capitals from 2 continents: Hanoi ° Berlin are a unique gathering of kindred spirits from Vietnam and Germany who are playing experimental and improvised music, together they are exploring these genres. Their focus is set on string and percussion instruments which are combined with analogue and digital instruments and techniques that promise a fascinating sound experience in total. Electronic and acoustic sounds meet each other and are formed into an experimental symbiosis in which Western and Vietnamese as well as customized instruments are made use of.   The ensemble is playing two concerts in Vietnam in the end of October which are set in the framework of the Vu... 

ART & YOUR SOCIAL STATUS

On September 22, 2016, TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, in cooperation with DomDom, The Hub For Experimental Music & Art is holding a three-day Art program called “Art & Your Social Status” to celebrate World Rhino Day. Item fulltext People express their social status through different means around the world. In recent years, a growing number of people have started using rhinoceros horn as a symbol of power. Many key consumers of rhino horn use it for medicinal purposes, while others give it as a gift to strengthen personal and professional connections. But this demand is the driving force behind the poaching of rhinos, threatening them with extinction in Africa and Asia. At the core of the Art program is a contemporary art exhibition, named “Gravity” displaying... 

HANOI-BERLIN EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC PROJECT 2016

9pm, 2th July, 2016 at Copenhagen Jazz Festival, featuring Danish saxophone player Lotte Anker.  8pm, 9-10th July, 2016 at Acker Stadt Palast, Berlin Hanoi-Berlin Experimental Music Meeting is a unique cultural encounter of ten skilled composer-performers, five from each city. The ensemble explores the variety of backgrounds and approaches to experimental and improvised music existent in the group, focusing on string instruments and percussion – from traditional western and Vietnamese to custom-built instruments and the use of extended techniques – combined with analog and digital electronics. In the concert smaller constellations from all acoustic or all electronic duos to electro-acoustic quintets will alternate with the full ensemble. This event will be connected to their mutual exchange... 

CONCERT WITH THE HANOI NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE

18. | 19.06.2016, 8 PM Goethe-Institut Hanoi, 56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc  Free admission (no tickets) Item fulltext The Hanoi New Music Ensemble (HNME) was founded in 2015 by the initiative of the composer Vu Nhat Tan, violinist Pham Truong Son, the composer Tran Kim Ngoc and the American conductor Jeff von der Schmidt. The new group is eager to bring Vietnamese and international contemporary music to a broad Vietnamese public. HNME is currently supported by DomDom, which is the hub for experimental music & art in Hanoi. On two evenings, contemporary compositions from all over the world will be presented with special emphasis on works of Vietnamese composers. The extraordinary style of the artists gives the music scene of Vietnam a new and unique voice. Besides instruments of the European classical... 

CONCERT: ENDLESS THREAD

VIETNAM GOETHE INSTITUTE AND DOMDOM – THE HUB FOR EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC& ART PROUDLY PRESENT   “ENDLESS THREAD”- A CONCERT OF “HANOI NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE” 20.00 26&27/04/2016 Viện Goethe Hà Nội 56-58 Nguyễn Thái Học  Free Admission (no tickets)  Item fulltext   ENDLESS THREAD is a chamber concert of compositions by contemporary composers of Vietnam and the world through the ages: from quartet Tay Nguyen (Highlands) by Do Nhuan- a composer belong to first generation of Vietnamese contemporary classical music, who was growing up and establishing during the war time (1922-1991) through Mưa (Rain) of Vu Nhat Tan (1970), Journey No.3 by Tran Kim Ngoc (1975-), to Miniatures of Nguyen Minh Nhat- a promising 8.x young composer. Interspersed are three contemporary works... 

CONCERTS: LIQUID NAILS

Concerts organized by Domdom and Manzi Supported by Cultural Development and Exchange Fund (CDEF) | Da Paolo Westlake Restaurant Communications partner: Hanoi Grapevine Item fulltext 8.00 PM, Saturday, 9th Jan, 2016 at Cotic Art Space, 60 Nguyễn Thái Học, Minh An, Hội An 8.00PM, Monday, 11th Jan, 2016 at Manzi Art Space, 14 Phan Huy Ích, Hà Nội Free Admission The duo “Liquid Nails” with Mathias Kristersson and Jakob Riis has existed since 2009, and have been playing concerts in Denmark and Sweden. In Vietnam this time, the concept of “Liquid Nails” will continue developing in dialog with two Vietnamese musicians, đàn tranh player Nguyễn Thanh Thủy, and singer Đoàn Thanh Bình. Where Jakob Riis will be joining the “Liquid Nails VN” performances and Mathias Kristersson... 

CONCERT: “GENERATIONS” AT VIETNAM NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC

Sat, 31 Oct 2015, 8 pm At Vietnam National Academy of Music 77 Hào Nam, Đống Đa, Hà Nội Contemporary chamber concert with conductor JEFF VON DER SCHMIDT Agenda: 1. Vũ Nhật Tân: Quartet “Mùa mưa” Sông Hồng Chamber Music 2. Đặng Hữu Phúc: Quartet “Pizzicato” Hoa Sen String Quartet 3. Nguyễn Minh Nhật: Piano quintet “Tiếng Ve” Sông Hồng Chamber Music 4. Đặng Hồng Anh: “Capriccio Tây Nguyên” Violon1: Đào Mai Anh, Khánh Linh, Đào Thị Hải Violon2: Phạm Mai Anh, Thanh Nga, Minh Thịnh Viola: Nguyễn Anh Tuấn, Trần Kim Giang Cello: Lê Phan Như Quỳnh, Bùi Hà Miên D-Bass: Nam 5. Trần Kim Ngọc: “Dậy Thì” Oboe: Việt Cường / Cla: Quốc Bảo / Horn: Quốc Trung 2 Violon: Khánh Linh, Đào Thị Hải/ 2... 

CONCERT: “GENERATIONS” AT MANZI ART SPACE

20h00, Thursday, 29th Oct, 2015 Manzi Art Space, 14 Phan Huy Ích, Hà Nội Agenda Đỗ Nhuận: “Tây Nguyên” Đặng Hồng Anh: “Hội đêm rằm” Vũ Nhật Tân: “Mưa” Kim Ngoc: Dậy thì