Famous guests performing in the two concerts include renowned violinist Chuong Vu, Taiwanese-American cellist Grace Ho, American pianist Max Levinson, and Taiwanese violist Yi-Wen Chao and cellist Phan Do Phuc.

The concerts will be conducted by the esteemed Japanese conductor Honna Tetsuji.

The concert on August 25th will commence with the concerto Grosso for violin, piano, percussion, and string Orchestra by Nguyen Manh Duy Linh. Nguyen Manh Duy Linh is a musician who obtained a master’s degree in music composition from Russia’s Magnitogorsk State Conservatory.

This will be followed by the Double Concerto for Clarinet, Viola, and Orchestra in E minor, Op. 88 by German composer Max Bruch, which will be performed by Bui Cong Duy and Yi Wen Chao.

The concert will conclude with a double concerto for violin, cello, and orchestra by composer Johannes Brahms, performed by Bui Cong Duy and Phan Do Phuc.

The concert on August 26th will open with the concerto “Vietnam’s Four Seasons” for violin and orchestra by composer Dang Hong Anh, who earned her master’s degree from Russia’s National Academy of Music in 1998. Dang Hong Anh’s compositions have been performed extensively throughout Europe, Asia, and Vietnam.

Bui Cong Duy and Chuong Vu will be performing this concerto with the symphony orchestra of HBSO.

The concert will conclude with a concerto for violin, cello, and piano by Ludwig van Beethoven, one of the most renowned composers in musical history.