Concert with Hanoi New Music Ensemble in Goethe Institute HANOI

Concert-of-the-Hanoi-New-Music-Ensemble

18 and 19 Jun 2016
Goethe Institut, Hanoi

From Goethe Institut:
The Goethe-Institut Hanoi and DomDom, the hub for experimental music and art, present a second concert with contemporary music.

The Hanoi New Music Ensemble (HNME) was founded in 2015 by the initiative of composer Vu Nhat Tan, violinist Pham Truong Son, composer Tran Kim Ngoc and American conductor Jeff von der Schmidt. The new group is eager to bring Vietnamese and international contemporary music to a broad Vietnamese public. HNME is currently supported by DomDom, which is the hub for experimental music & art in Hanoi. The group has recently organized “Endless Thread” – a chamber concert with songs by contemporary composers of Vietnam and the world through the ages.

At the evening of the concerts, contemporary compositions from all over the world will be presented with special emphasis on works of Vietnamese composers. The extraordinary style of the artists gives the music scene of Vietnam a new and unique voice. Besides instruments of the European classical music the traditional Vietnamese Dan Bau is also used to interpret contemporary music.

Concert with Hanoi New Music Ensemble

The Goethe-Institut Hanoi and DomDom, the hub for experimental music and art, present a second concert with contemporary music.

The Hanoi New Music Ensemble (HNME) was founded in 2015 by the initiative of the composer Vu Nhat Tan, violinist Pham Truong Son, the composer Tran Kim Ngoc and the American conductor Jeff von der Schmidt. The new group is eager to bring Vietnamese and international contemporary music to a broad Vietnamese public. HNME is currently supported by DomDom, which is the hub for experimental music & art in Hanoi.

On two evenings, contemporary compositions from all over the world will be presented with special emphasis on works of Vietnamese composers. The extraordinary style of the artists gives the music scene of Vietnam a new and unique voice. Besides instruments of the European classical music the traditional Vietnamese Dan Bau is also used to interpret contemporary music.

Pham Truong Son Violin1
Pham Mai Anh Violin2
Nguyen Trong Bang Flute
Tran Thi Ngoc Thuy Viola
Nguyen Quoc Bao Clarinet
Dao Tuyet Trinh Cello
Pham Quynh Trang Piano
Ngo Tra My Dan Bau

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