Illustration by Trịnh Lập By Nguyễn Mỹ Hà This summer, my colleague has been happily showing me photos of her teen children singing and dancing on stage. They are participating in programmes that take them out of town for the weekend or even longer. One of her children is part of a performing art group that has events both in and out of Hà Nội under the leadership of one of the mothers and a teacher. Summer is the best time of year for art and music centres in cities to flourish. You’ll find them all: a week or even a month of music camp, a piano competition, a dance course. Like never before, young people across Việt Nam today have many chances to find an art or instrument to their liking and pursue it. When young people find something they love and devote the time practice and perform, their parents are the first to book tickets. A couple of weeks ago, Tuổi Trẻ Theatre (Youth Theatre) sold out its production of Mathilda. The play was produced by HAY (Hanoi Arts for Youth) and recruited students from elementary and junior high schools for the cast in an unprecedented stage performance by students from Hà Nội’s public schools. I’ve seen plays involving up to… Read full this story
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