Hanoi- Non-Verbal Performance “WITHOUT SIGNAL!”
Mar 30 and 31, 8 pm
Youth Theater Vietnam, 11 Ngo Thi Nham, Hai Ba Trung District
Directed by Mr Shuji Onodera who founded “Company Derashinera” on 2006. Their performances were based on the techniques of mime, which were much more like theatrical work than dance. The mime movement of their dance helped audiences “see” the invisible, and attracting audiences by all their own styles. The group performed in Vietnam for the first time in 2016.
In September 2017, Onodera created “WITHOUT SIGNAL!” after taking part in a few dance workshops with some Vietnamese artists. The piece was premiered at Kanagawa Art Theater in Yokohama, Japan by 4 Japanese and 4 Vietnamese performers.
The piece was inspired by the scenes on the streets of Vietnam. During his work trips to Vietnam, Onodera was impressed by the way cars, motorbikes and pedestrians all shared the crowded roads. At first sight he thought they were on some kind of autopilot, but after taking a closer look, he felt like everyone seemed to have an underlying agreement with each other on the space between them so that they can all move forward.
Free tickets will be distributed at the Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam, 27 Quang Trung Street, Hoan Kiem District.
Hanoi-Acoustic Concert “No Good Music, No Cheap Tickets!”
Mar 30 and 31, 8 pm
Manzi Art Space, 14 Phan Huy Ich Street
A special acoustic concert featuring the three most beloved Indie artists of Vietnam: Vu Dinh Trong Thang (Ngọt), Tram Anh (The Veranda) and Mademoiselle.
Hanoi- Holi Festival 2018
Apr 1, 11 am – 2.30 pm
Kinder Park, 614 Lac Long Quan Street
Holi, also known as the “festival of colours”, is a Hindu spring festival celebrated all across India. This traditional Indian festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and strengthen relationships. It is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest and for the colorful and beautiful life.
Food, Drinks, Henna and Face painting and entertainment – All in One ticket.
+ Kid (6-12Years): 200.000 VND (Free Under 6 Years old)
Early Bird (Till 22nd March): 550.000 VND
Normal Ticket: 600.000 VND
At gate: 700.000 VND
Hotline: 096 481 0618
Tickets available at:
* Incham Hanoi Office – 7th Floor, ATS Building, 252 Hoang Quoc Viet (from 9am to 5pm during week days)
* Namaste Ha Noi – 46 Tho Nhuom, Hoan Kiem
* Zaika Restaurant – 13 Hang Dieu, Hoan Kiem
* IBiero Craft Beer – 99 Le Duan, Hoan Kiem
* Spices Taste of India – 17T5 Hoang Dao Thuy, Thanh Xuan
* N Square – 51 To Ngoc Van, Tay Ho
* Dalcheeni Hanoi – 100 Xuan Dieu, Tay Ho
* India Palace Restaurant – 10 Quang An, Xuan Dieu, Tay Ho
* Click-Space Coworking – 76 To Ngoc Van, Tay Ho
* J.A.F.A Restaurant – The Clubhouse G2/G3 Ciputra, Tay Ho
Hanoi- Belgian Beer Festival 2018 in Hanoi
HCMC – Concert “Mozart’s Symphony No. 41″
Mar 29, 8 pm
HCMC Opera House, No. 7 Lam Son Square, D.1,
Featuring the Symphony no.41 by the genius W.A.Mozart. This is one of the three most famous symphonies by Mozart (no.39, 40 & 41), and is considered one of the most well-known symphonies in world music history.
Part I of the concert night will include the Overturw and excerpts from the famous musical Der Freischütz by the great German composer Carl Maria von Weber. Several aria from famous musicals by J.Strauss, G.Verdi, J.Offenbach will be performed. See the detailed program here.
Notable opera singers of Vietnam will join the choir in this concert: Đào Mác, Phạm Trang, Phạm Duyên Huyền, NSƯT Trần Hồng Vy… The concert director is the talented, experienced conductor – Meritorious Artist Trần Vương Thạch. He is currently the director of HCMC Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera.
Admissions: 650,000 – 500,000 – 400,000 – 330,000 – 200,000 – 80,000VNĐ (for students, limited offer)
Booking and delivery: 028 38237419, Ms. Ngoc: 0903604539
At HCMC Opera House, 7 Lam Son Square
Online Booking: www.ticketbox.vn
Hanoi-Exhibition “Gute aussichten – New German Photography”
Opening: Mar 28, 6 pm
Exhibition: Mar 29 – Apr 22, 9 am – 7 pm
Goethe Institut, 56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
For the first time in Vietnam, the Goethe-Institut Hanoi presents the exhibition “gute aussichten – new german photography” with 53 excellent works of 8 prize winners in the most prestigious competition for young photographers in Germany 2017/2018.
Hanoi March Connecting 2018
International Fine Arts Exhibition:
Exhibition: Mar 26 – 30
University of Industrial Fine Art, 360 De La Thanh, Dong Da District,
Art workshops: Mar 27 – 29
University of Industrial Fine Art
Exhibition of Artworks from Hanoi March Connecting 2016-2017-2018
Opening: Mar 31, 5 pm
Exhibition: Mar 31 –Apr 4
29 Hang Bai Street, Hanoi
An international fine arts exchange program organized by the University of Industrial Fine Art in Hanoi since 2016.
Each program often consists of two parts:
– AN ART EXHIBITION showcases finished artworks at the university’s exhibition hall
– WORKSHOPS where painters create live paintings in front of students and audiences. The paintings will then be showcased at another exhibition at the university.
Free entry to the exhibitions
Hanoi- Exhibition “Exchanging Dialogues”
Mar 23 –Apr 1, 8 am – 12 pm and 2 – 5 pm
Vietnam University of Fine Arts, 42 Yet Kieu Street
A collaborative project between Minerva Art Academy in the Netherlands and Vietnam University of Fine Arts. It is among the activities to celebrate 45 years of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and the Netherlands. The theme “Dialogues” creates an opportunity for the students from both countries to inspire each other through different approaches to art from different perspectives.
During the project, students from the two universities discussed topics related to culture, history, environment and other subjects in society in the two countries. Through creating a dialogues between the two countries, they aimed to highlight these topics and generate new ways of thinking through research and conversations based on artworks.
The final exhibition is an outcome of the dialogues and collaborations between students from both universities.
Hanoi-Exhibition “PRAXIS” by Ilza Burchett
Until Apr 7, 11 am – 7 pm
Huong Ngo Art Space, Nola café’s rooftop, 89 Ma May Street, Hoan Kiem District
A solo exhibition “PRAXIS” by artist Ilza Burchett from Australia and Hanoi, Vietnam.
Presenting 16 small format abstract paintings made in the years 2008/2009 in Sydney, Australia and 2012/2013 in Hanoi, Vietnam.
About the artist: Ilza Burchett is a Bulgarian – Australian artist, who lives in Hanoi, Vietnam since 2012. Before that Ilza lived and worked as an artist in Sydney, Australia and exhibited her works in Bulgaria; Australia, Republic of Serbia, Hong Kong and Shanghai, PR China. Ilza has completed numerous public, corporate and private commissions in Bulgaria, Australia and Asia. Her work is in corporate and public collections in Bulgaria, Australia, Malaysia, Hong Kong and in private collections in Australia; Bulgaria; PR China; USA; UK; Brazil; Cuba; France; Sweden; Vietnam.
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