Vietnamese idols to perform in musical series
HÀ NỘI — Singers Trần Nguyễn Uyen Linh and Bui Nguyễn Trung Quan, who have become stars after competing in the Vietnam Idol singing contest, will open Amo La Musica, a music series that kicks off in Ha Noi on May 20.
Amo La Musica, which means “love music” in Italian, is expected to take place twice every month at The One Building, located at No 2 Chương Dương Đo Street, Hoan Kiếm District.
According to Đặng Sỹ Hung, representative of the organisation board of the series, The One Company, Amo La Musica aims to spread the love of music as its name suggests and create a quality music space for the audience in Ha Noi.
The first programme in this music series, with the theme Thang Năm Mình Có Nhau (When We Have Each Other) will feature love songs performed by two Vietnamese Idols, Uyen Linh and Trung Quan.
The second programme of the series will feature singer Thanh Ha and the Chilies band and the third will include songs by musician Đuc Trí, performed by singers Lan Nhã, Thuỳ Chi and Hoang Quyen.
Songwriter and music producer Dương Cầm will act as music director of the series.
"Up to this moment, I have felt very nervous, happy and excited to give birth to this brainchild that we have been cherishing for a long time. We used to think about setting up a music spot in Ha Noi for people to enjoy music with high artistic quality," Cầm said.
“We hope Amo La Musica will be a musical rendezvous for the audience in the capital, which has been thoroughly and professionally invested and produced.”
Speaking at the press conference for the musical series, singer Uyen Linh said she was looking forward to performing in Ha Noi after musical activities were halted in the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"It's been too long since I've been able to sing in Ha Noi. It is over two years but it feels like a long time. Surely this reunion will be full of emotions, especially when I will be able to share the stage with Trung Quan, a voice that I’m really impressed with,” Linh said.
“Ha Noi audiences are quite picky so this music series must be presented delicately. I’m thinking about how to tell my story during the two years of quarantine by means of music so that the audience could feel both relaxed and empathetic,” she added.
According to singer Thanh Hoa, Ha Noi is lacking a series of concerts held on a regular basis with top quality music, despite many live music programmes regularly held at tea rooms or clubs.
“Under the direction of music producer Dương Cầm and the aim of its producers, I hope that Amo La Musica will become a music venue where the artists will shine and create real art and that it would be supported by the Ha Noi audience,” she added. VNS
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