A Gala night gathering big stars from across Vietnam will be held on September 26, 2017 in Hanoi to mark the 60th founding anniversary of the Vietnam Stage Artists Association and welcome Vietnam's Stage Day (which falls on the 12th day of the eighth lunar month).
Dozens of veteran and young cai luong (reformed theatre) artists and singers will perform at HCM City Theatre for a charity programme to raise funds for poor farmers living in the Mekong Delta provinces.
A series of plays by artists from five leading troupes in the capital city will be performed at the Hanoi Opera House in August.
More than 5,000 local people and visitors joined a traditional musical performance to open the second National Tai Tu Music Festival in the southern province of Binh Duong on April 8 night.
Visitors to Ho Chi Minh City will have a chance to pose for photos at the Wax Museum of Vietnamese Artists, known informally as Madame Tussauds Vietnam, which is scheduled to open early next month.
Ho Chi Minh City’s Tran Huu Trang “Cai luong” (reformed opera) theatre, one of the region’s leading traditional art troupes, is preparing a series of new shows to entertain farmers during Tet (Lunar New Year), which begins January 28.
An actress from Chile, with a passion for Asian culture and art, Josefina Florin decided to focus on Vietnam and eventually learn cai luong (the reformed opera), a traditional music genre from Vietnam.
The Vietnam Cai luong Theatre will attend the China-ASEAN Theatre Festival, performing a cai luong show for the first time, in Nanning, Guangxi, from September 17 to 23.
The first Tai Tu Music Festival for Children, to be held at HCM City’s Labour Cultural House next week, will include participants under 15 years old performing songs and instrumental pieces.
A new theatre offering traditional shows aimed at visitors will be built in downtown Ho Chi Minh City in July.
Not long after receiving a kidney transplant four years ago, famous cai luong (reformed opera) singer Minh Vuong was able to return to the stage to perform.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is home to 54 ethnic groups, each with its own customs and traditions. Those groups have created a variety of traditional musical instruments, which have played an important role in Vietnamese people’s lives.
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese bamboo flute has long been one of the most popular wind instruments, containing the essence of Vietnamese music. The moody sound it produces has signified the spiritual life of the Vietnamese people since long ago.
(VOV) - Traditional theaters play an important role in Vietnamese culture. Despite the rapid development of contemporary art genres and the entertainment industry in Vietnam, traditional theaters continue to inspire both Vietnamese and foreign audience.
(VOV) - King Tran Nhan Tong was honored as King-Monk when he ceded his throne to lead a religious life and became the founder of Vietnamese Zen Buddhism.
The national cai luong (reformed opera) competition opens in Bac Lieu city on November 6.
A book of vong co (nostalgia) songs written by People's Artist Vien Chau, one of the southern region's most famous writers of cai luong (reformed opera), has been released in Ho Chi Minh City.
A national competition for younger people involved in traditional arts started on June 20 in Tay Do Theatre in Can Tho City and will run until June 26.
Music fans will have a chance to enjoy a big seasonal outdoor feast, Luala concert, scheduled for April 20 to May 12, which will test the mixed blend of traditional and new age music.
(VOV) - Cải lương (Renovated Theatre), a traditional art form of Vietnam, was presented to the French audience at an exchange in Paris on March 16.