A show to commemorate renowned composer Trinh Cong Son's 13th death anniversary will be organized in Ho Chi Minh City next month.
Titled “Nhung Som Mai Vietnam” (The Vietnamese mornings), the show will feature the late composer's famous songs which have conquered hearts of many people, namely “Ta Thay Gi Dem Nay,” “Nguoi Gia va Em Be,” “Phuc Am Buon,” “ Nhu Hon Bi Xanh,” “Ra Dong Giua Ngo,” “ Hanh Huong Tren Doi Cao,” “Xin Mat Troi Ngu Yen,” “Goi Ten Bon Mua,” “Chieu Ve Tren Que Huong Toi,” “Dung Lai Nguoi – Dung Lai Nha,” and “Mot Buoi Sang Mua Xuan.”
The show, to be directed by Nguyen Quang Dung, is one of a series of events to mark the 13th anniversary on the death of Trinh Cong Son, who passed away on April 1, 2001.
“Nhung Som Mai Viet Nam” will take place from 4pm on April 5 at the Crescent area in District 7. It will also be broadcast later on HTV7, HTV9 and VTV4.
Talented child voices including Thien Thanh, The Thien, An Tran, Tri Giao, Thu Ha, Quang Anh and Song Vu will also join to share the stage at the show.
The performers will sport ao dai designed by Trinh Hoang Dieu, the late composer's younger sister.
The organizers will give away 30,000 free tickets from 7:30am on March 28 at the Crescent Mall in District 7.
Another 2,000 free tickets are also available for music fans living outside HCMC, who are requested to send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for registration.
The Trinh Cong Son Memorial House, located at 47C Pham Ngoc Thach in District 3, will also open from 6am to 4pm on April 1.
People can also register to join a trip to pay tribute to Trinh Cong Son at his grave via email firstname.lastname@example.org.