A special programme of the Japan-America Institute for New Music (JAINM) was held at the Concert Hall, Vietnam National Academy of Music in Hanoi on October 10 within the framework of Asia-Europe New Music Festival.
The first ever Asia-Europe New Music Festival hosted by Vietnam kicked off in magnificent style at the Hanoi Opera House on October 8 with Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam in attendance.
Young artists premiered their musical compositions at the Vietnam National Academy of Music in Hanoi on October 9 as part of the Asia-Europe New Music Festival.
Music experts from Vietnam, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Norway, Laos and Russia are comparing notes in music composers' training at a seminar in Hanoi on October 8-9.
For the first-time ever, Vietnam will be hosting the prestigious Asia-Europe New Music Festival – a five-day extravaganza set to kick off on October 8th in Hanoi and Ha Long City.
Well-known Singaporean conductor Kah Chun Wong will perform at two concerts including the Programmes Chamber Music and “Friendship Melodies” of the “Asia-Europe” New Music Festival on Oct.
Leading Vietnamese and foreign performers will gather at the Monsoon Music Festival, the first-ever “Made in Viet Nam” international music festival.
Large numbers of talented artists and musicians from around the world will gather at Hanoi's former Thang Long Imperial Citadel from October 2-4 for Monsoon Music Festival 2014.
A music festival that began in Russia in 1993 will be held in Ha Noi and northern coastal city of Quang Ninh between October 8 and 12.
The 2014 Asia – Europe New Music Festival is scheduled to be held in Hanoi and Ha Long City, in Quang Ninh Province from October 8-12, with the participation of nearly 200 composers from 30 countries around the world.