Ho Chi Minh City-born artist Nguyen Huu Tri, whose stage name is Tri Nguyen began studying the piano and Dan Tranh at age five. After graduation from the Music Conservatory of Ho Chi Minh City, he continued his studies at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris. Tri is a master of the piano and Vietnamese zither. His concerts are unique moments where the piano repertoire is followed by melodies from the distant past of Vietnam, revived by Tri’s passionate desire to preserve and promote Vietnamese folk music. In 2015, he returned to Vietnam for the first time for a concert at HCMC Conservatory of Music along with Russian-French violinist Buynta Goryaeva. In February 2017, he staged a recital in HCM City’s French Culture Exchange Institute (IDECAF). He performed new pieces in his third album, Beyond Borders, a combination of Vietnamese folk music and traditional music of European countries. Tri then gave a performance at the theater of the Voice of HCM City’s People (VOH) radio station in October. The artist together with bands, the Stay The Time and the Net Viet presentedt to music lovers Vietnamese traditional musical works which are mixed with contemporary style. The artist has performed in… Read full this story
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