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Oct 06, 2023 / 23:28

VYMI EduConcert to perform classical music

Seven talented young musicians will join the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra (VNSO) and Maestro Honna Tetsuji on stage.

In the hope of sharing classical music with the community through various unique and exciting platforms, the VYMI EduConcert: Mozart & Now will be held on October 14 at the Hanoi Opera House in Hanoi.

Violinist Duong Minh Duc. Photo: VYMI

At the concert held by the Vietnam Youth Music Institute (VYMI), seven talented young musicians will join the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra (VNSO) and Maestro Honna Tetsuji on stage.

The concert is a rare opportunity for audiences to enjoy classical music while being guided through inspiring discovery activities.

The whole journey of engaging - exploring - listening - and feeling is carefully designed and curated by the Vietnam Youth Music Institute (VYMI) to bring the most inspiring experience of classical music to the audience.

VYMI EduConcert: Mozart & Now in 2023 will feature a program of four masterpieces by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

The program includes the Divertimento in D major, K.136; the Flute Concerto No.1 in G major, K.316; the Violin Concerto No.2 in D major, K.211; and the Piano Concerto No.17 in G major, K.453.

In a program composed exclusively of Mozart's masterpieces, the three concertos for flute, violin, and piano will be performed by the seven young soloists, both professional and amateur, ranging in age from 11 to 17.

Talented young pianist Le Vu Bao Chau. Photo: VYMI

These talented young artists have gone through the entire "Mozart & Now: Soloist Audition" over the past three months and were finally selected as soloists to perform on stage with the renowned Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra (VNSO) and Maestro Honna Tetsuji.

VYMI's first educational concert, titled VYMI EduConcert "Classical Wonderland," was held in 2022 and received tremendous positive feedback from the audience, especially the youth and children in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Motivated by all the positive comments and reactions from the community after the "Classical Wonderland", VYMI has since been even more determined to build the VYMI EduConcert to be a bridge between the future generation and the past in classical music and to further introduce the beauty and culture of Western classical music to the people of Vietnam.

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