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Jan 19, 2024 / 16:50

World-class singer Vladislav Sulimsky hits stage at Ho Guom Opera

Spring Concert with singer Vladislav Sulimsky is a special program to welcome the new year 2024.

The world's leading baritone Vladislav Sulimsky will perform with the Sun Symphony Orchestra (SSO) at the Spring Fire concert in Hanoi on January 20.

This will be the first time the famous singer acts in Vietnam, and fans in the capital can look forward to an amazing night of music.

 Vladislav Sulimsky.

The Spring Concert is a special program of the Sun Symphony Orchestra to welcome the New Year 2024 and is also the first international concert at Ho Guom Opera in 2024.

Ho Guom Opera House is one of the top 10 opera houses in the world, as voted by the World Travel Awards (WTA).

Vladislav Sulimsky is one of the world's leading baritones. He has won many awards at international opera competitions and has performed many leading roles on glittering opera stages around the world. The famous singer has also won the praise of the world's most renowned and rigorous music critics.

At the upcoming performance, singer Vladislav Sulimsky and the Sun Symphony Orchestra will perform Biblical Songs by composer Antonin Dvorak.

Vladislav Sulimsky, a baritone singer, will take the stage at the Ho Guom Opera House. Photo courtesy of Ho Guom Opera

The special companion of artist Vladislav Sulimsky at the Spring Concert is the talented Vietnamese opera singer Dao To Loan. She is a soprano of the Vietnam Opera and Ballet Theater, capable of performing both Western classical and traditional music.

Loan has toured many countries around the world. In the upcoming performance, she will perform a special piece by musician Van Cao.

The audience will enjoy famous masterpieces such as Carnival Overture and Dvorak's Symphony No.9 - From the New World.

Artists and the Sun Symphony Orchestra will perform under the baton of the talented conductor Olivier Ochanine, sending a message to the audience about the eternal vitality of classical music.