Captivating night shows at Hanoi Opera House allure visitors.

Music Garden is an enchanting evening cultural experience that takes place at the iconic Hanoi Opera House. This unique event invites visitors to indulge in the beauty of music while basking in the mesmerizing architecture of the theater under the moonlight. A perfect blend of artistic performances and architectural marvel, Music Garden promises an unforgettable night filled with harmonious melodies and breathtaking visuals.

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Tourists visiting Hanoi can now enjoy an exciting new option for their evening activities: the Garden Music Program launched by the Hanoi Opera House. Known as the Mecca of Vietnam’s music and arts scene, the Opera House invites visitors to immerse themselves in a one-of-a-kind experience.

Spanning an outdoor area of 3,000 square meters, the Garden Music program offers a picturesque setting where guests can enjoy music, sip coffee, and marvel at the Opera House’s stunning architecture under enchanting lights.

The Hanoi Opera House exudes vibrant colors adorned with Garden Music lighting. Photo: Linh Anh/The Hanoi Times

To create an unforgettable experience, the Opera House offers various time slots for patrons to indulge in this unique musical haven. From 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., audiences can revel in live classical and modern music concerts by renowned national and international singers.

With its harmonious blend of light, music, and nature, the Garden Music program presents a mysterious and captivating environment, transporting visitors to an emotional realm through the power of music.

Expressing her excitement to be part of the Garden Music program, singer Tang Ngan Ha said, “I believe it will be a place where artists can host intimate and friendly mini-shows. Its prime location is particularly convenient for foreign tourists.”

During the program’s launch, Deputy Director Chu Anh Hung revealed that the Hanoi Opera House plans to collaborate with foreign embassies in Hanoi to bring their unique music to Vietnamese audiences.

To make the Garden Music experience accessible to all, the Opera House will also work with tour operators to arrange visits for interested individuals.

Audiences can enjoy music performances on the balconies of the Hanoi Opera House. Photo: Linh Anh/The Hanoi Times

The Garden Music program showcases traditional instrument and classical music shows from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Additionally, classical music concerts and performances by local and international singers are held from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets for the shows range from VND69,000-99,000 (US$2.08-4) and include a complimentary drink.

The Hanoi Opera House is one of Hanoi’s most iconic architectural landmarks. Built by the French colonial government in the early 20th century, this masterpiece was modeled after Paris’ Palais Garnier, the oldest of the two opera houses in the city. Construction commenced in 1901 and concluded in 1911. Today, the Hanoi Opera House is a must-visit attraction in Hanoi.

In 2017, the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism introduced daytime tours to the Hanoi Opera House, revolutionizing the city’s tourist offerings.