An orchestral concert is slated to take place in central Vietnam next week, as part of a series of activities to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the establishment of Vietnam – Japan diplomatic relations.
The Japanese quartet Japan Philharmonic Orchestra will grace the stage with illustrious songs during the concerts meant to promote friendship between Vietnam and Japan, in Da Nang and the nearby city of Hoi An.
On June 26, the show will take place at Da Nang’s Nguyen Hien Dinh Theater from 7:30pm to 9:30pm, featuring such works as Canon by Jonhann Pachelbel, Divertimento by Mozart, Four Seasons: Spring by Vivaldi, and Diem Xua by late Vietnamese composer Trinh Cong Son.
On June 27, the Japanese symphony artists will also play a show for children from 9:00 am to 11:00 am at the city’s0 library, and another from 3:30pm to 4:00pm at the city’s oncology center.
On the last day, June 28, the artists will perform at Chua Cau (Japanese Bridge), an iconic Japanese-built structure in the Hoi An Ancient Town.
Before the Vietnam tour, the Japanese symphony artists and Canadian-Vietnamese classical pianist Dang Thai Son also held a concert in Japan on April 18.
Founded on June 22, 1956, the Tokyo-based symphony orchestra Japan Philharmonic Orchestra is well-known in promoting culture and arts activities through special shows for nearly 60 years.