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Vietnamese-Australian pianist performs with local vocalist

Created 21 March 2019
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Vietnamese-Australian pianist Van-Anh Nguyen will share the stage with top vocalist Doan Trang at Hotel Des Arts Saigon’s Social Club Restaurant on March 22.

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Anh began studying piano at the age of 15 months and later studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

She has performed at prestigious venues like the Sydney Opera House and City Recital Hall in Australia, Segerstrom Center of the Arts and Jones Hall in the US, and has toured Italy, Germany, Austria, the US and Viet Nam, among other countries.

The participation fee is VND3,888,000++ per person including dinner. 

The hotel is at 76-78 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street in District 1. The dinner will begin at 7pm. For reservation, call (+84) 028 39898888. — VNS

 

Source: Vietnamese-Australian pianist Van-Anh Nguyen will share the stage with top vocalist Doan Trang at Hotel Des Arts Saigon’s Social Club Restaurant on March 22. — Photo from the hotel’s Facebook page - Bridge

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