MUSIC FROM THE BIG SCREEN – A CONCERT FOR THE UNFAVORED CHILDREN OF VIETNAM

New performance at the ISHC ™ Theater in Saigon on May 17 and 18 with a major event, a charity concert: ‘Music from the Big Screen’ organized for the benefit of the Saigon Children organization.

 

 

 

 

This concert, with all the benefits going to Saigon Children, which works for disadvantaged children in Vietnam by bringing them an education, promises to be full of promises and great moments. Music films such as Bohemian Rhapsodie, Amadeus, 28 days later (Requiem de Faure), which will be performed by talented and benevolent singers and musicians from the HCMC International Choir and Orchestra.

 

About the HCMC Choir and International Orchestra

Created in 1996 by Graham Sutcliffe, The Choir’s repertoire plays classical works by Handel, Mozart, Haydn, Vivaldi and many other famous composers, as well as songs from musicals, traditional songs and Christmas carols in many languages.

 

 

Saturday, May 18, 2019

19h30 – 21h

ISHC ™ Theater

Số 1 Xuân Thuý, Phường Thảo Điền, Quận 2, HCMC

Entry by donation at the door

Adults: 150,000 VND

Students * and children: 20,000 VND

* Students must present a valid student ID

 

 

 

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