The festival is expected to attract around 30,000 music enthusiasts with a variety of classical music performances by both local and international artists. Participants include Arietta, Song Hong Ensemble, Schubert in a Mug, Vietnam Youth Music Institute – VYMI, and Vietnam Youth Orchestra, among others. The festival will feature a series of exciting events such as the “Sound of Brass” concert, the “Season of Love” opera concert with classic excerpts, including pieces from Mozart’s “the Magic Flute”, and a seminar on “classical music for everyone”. In addition, there will be a special exhibition showcasing the works of the late painter Nguyen Tu Nghiem, who is regarded as one of the most influential painters in 20th-century Vietnam. Da Lat was honored with the title of “UNESCO Creative Music City” at a ceremony held on December 30, 2023. Hanoi was the first city in Vietnam to join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network in 2019. The network was established by UNESCO in 2004 to promote collaboration among cities that recognize the importance of creativity in their development. The network focuses on seven creative fields, including craft and folk arts, media, film, design, gastronomy, literature, and music. Currently, there are 301 member cities worldwide, including 61 cities in the field of music.