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Japan Foundation holds electronic music program in Hanoi and HCMC

The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam is holding a series of electronic music performances, featuring artists from Vietnam, Japan, and the Philippines from March 14 to 16 in HCMC and Hanoi.

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DJ Tomad from Japan, director of Maltine Records, is one of the artists who take part in “Bordering Practice: Call Back from Hanoi-Pop & Electronic Sounds in Asia” - Photo: Courtesy of the organizer

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The “Bordering Practice: Call Back from Hanoi-Pop & Electronic Sounds in Asia” program is part of the Japan Foundation Asia Center’s media art exchange program launched in 2016. It encourages interchange among the next generation of talent with a focus on technology-driven creativity and the electronic music scene that has witnessed exciting growth in Asia through collaborations between local artists.

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Participating in the program, Hanoi will host a series of events on March 15 and 16 in the form of talks, workshops, and a showcase that aims to facilitate exchange between Hanoi’s next generation of musicians and listeners as well as musicians based in Tokyo and Manila.

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Meanwhile, the performance in HCMC is held at The Light House in District 1 today, March 14, starting at 7 p.m.

Saigon Times

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