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JF Garage Concert 19 with Hanoi Brass Band & Friends
Japan Foundation Centre for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam
27 Quang Trung Street, Hoan Kiem District,
The Hanoi Brass Band consists of 6 professional musicians from Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, Military University of Culture and Arts, Brass Ensemble of Department of Public Security, and their instruments are Horn, Trombone, Tuba, Trumpet and Drums. In addition to the members, Flute and Clarinet will also join the concert.
Hip-hop Performace “The Roots” by Kader Attou
8pm on April 13
11 Ngo Thi Nham Street, Hai Ba Trung District,
The performance, which is choreographed by Kader Attou from France, uses music of Brahms, Glazunov and electro music.
Exhibition: “Reflective Impressions: van Gogh & his works”
Vincom Centre for Contemporary Art (VCCA)
B1 – R3, Vincom Mega Mall Royal City
72A Nguyen Trai, Thanh Xuan District,
The exhibition showcases more than 35 artworks of the Vincent van Gogh, one of the most excellent post-impressionist artists.
These paintings will be displayed as digital images, shown alternately and automatically through modern high-resolution projectors – corresponding to the different genres, including still lifes, self-portraits, plants and landscapes.
Exhibition “IS IT NECESSARY TO HAVE A NAME…”
Heritage Space, 1st Floor, Dolphin Plaza
6 Nguyen Hoang / 28 Tran Binh Streets, My Dinh 2,
This is an anonymous art exhibition showcasing the works by an artist group that belongs to the 2nd generation of Vietnamese Contemporary arts.
HO CHI MINH CITY
Ballet Performance “Cinderella”
8pm on April 13-14
Ho Chi Minh City Opera House
7 Lam Son Square, District 1,
“Cinderella”, which is choreographed by Johanne Jakhelln Constant, may be the most popular ballet the Ho Chi Minh City Ballet has produced.
Exhibition “Machine is Nature”
The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre
15 Nguyen U Di, Thao Dien, District 2
The exhibition features 15 artists from Vietnam, Thailand, Bangladesh, China and the UK, curated by The Factory and Inlen Photo Gallery.
This exhibition seeks to engage the behaviour and consequence of thinking that machines have become the ‘Nature’ we study and prioritise. It examines the current times in which we live, sharing the work of artists who are both in awe, and critical, of the patterns, substance, psychological relations and historical fictions between assumptions of Nature and the Machine.