Art programme to celebrate capital’s Liberation Day

Friday, 2019-09-20 11:22:13
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People's Artist Quang Tho will participate in the art programme "Remembering Hanoi's Autumn"
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NDO – A special art programme will be held at Vietnam-Soviet Friendship Labour Cultural Palace in Hanoi at 8pm on September 21 to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the capital’s Liberation Day (October 10, 1954-2019).

The programme, entitled 'Nho mua thu Hanoi' (Remembering Hanoi’s Autumn), will feature famous songs on the beauty of the capital city of Hanoi in the autumn, such as ‘Nguoi Hanoi’ (Hanoians), ‘Thu quyen ru’ (Charming Autumn), and 'Anh trang mua thu' (Moon in Autumn).

The special art programme will gather many lecturers and former students from the Department of Vocals, under the Vietnam National Academy of Music, including People’s Artist Quang Tho along with Quoc Hung, My Linh, Anh Tho, Tung Duong and Lan An.

With the careful arrangement and delicate harmony, the programme will be a meaningful gift for audiences in the capital on the special occasion.

The fifth Hanoi Dragon Dance Festival will also take place on October 6, as part of major activities marking the capital’s Liberation Day.

Up to now, teams from 15 districts in the city have registered to participate in this year’s event.

In addition to first, second, third and consolation prizes, the organising board will present 'The most beautiful dragons’ and ‘Creation in dancing’ awards.

The festival is expected to create a joyful festive atmosphere for the capital’s residents and visitors as well as contribute to raising public awareness of preserving cultural values of the nation.

At the 2014 Hanoi Dragon Dance Festival