The quartet features professional musicians of the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, respected for amazingly skillful performances and a passionate love for classical music, proven through hundreds of concerts in Vietnam and abroad.
Quartet musicians include viola player Tran Thi Ngoc Thuy, cellist Dao Tuyet Trinh, and violinists Trinh Minh Hien and Thuy Ha.
Artist Tran Thi Ngoc Thuy plays viola in the National Symphony Orchestra. She graduated from Vietnam National Academy of Music and continued her study at Codarts University of the Arts in the Netherlands, majoring in viola performance. She also participated in the master classes of professor and artist Nobuko Imai in Japan.
Cellist Dao Tuyet Trinh is lead cello of Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra. She has performed in many countries such as Russia, China, the US, Thailand and is also a member of the Red River chamber group, performing in America, Thailand and China. In 2012 Dao Tuyet Trinh was awarded the Meritorious Artist title.
Artist Trinh Minh Hien began playing violin at age 6. In 1987 she was accepted into the Vietnam National Academy of Music with the highest score.
During her 16 years of pursuing music, Trinh Minh Hien has always been an excellent student and graduated as valedictorian in 2003.
After her graduation, Trinh Minh Hien became an official member of the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, participating in many major symphony programs of the orchestra asfirst violin, concert master of the orchestra, and is currently leader of second violins in the orchestra.
Trinh Minh Hien also participated in master classes with international experts and a symphony performance course in Tokyo in 2006.
Besides classical music, she has also studied other genres like flamenco, jazz, latin and electronic music. She has also played in 2 string quartets - Apaixonado quartet and Musica Amore.
Artist Thuy Ha began playing violin at age 5, and started pursuing a music career at the age of 8.
After graduating from the Vietnam National Academy of Music with honors in 1999, Thuy Ha became a member of the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra and one of the orchestra’s violinists.
Besides working in the orchestra, Thuy Ha is also known as the first violinist in many chamber ensembles.
She is also an experienced and dedicated violin teacher. Artist Thuy Ha is currently leader of second violins of Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra.
During ‘Romance in Classic’, Musica Amore will present compositions by Alexander Borodin, Franz Schubert, W.A. Mozart, J. Massenet, George Gershwin, and Carlos Gardel.
Tickets cost VND200,000. For students, members of Heritage Space, and Dolphin Plaza residents, tickets cost VND100,000.