Renowned violinist Caroline Campbell began her illustrious career at the young age of eight, and has since performed solo with the prestigious Reno Philharmonic Orchestra.
Campbell has had the privilege of collaborating with some of the world’s most esteemed musicians, including Sting, Barbra Streisand, Stevie Wonder, and Michael Bublé. Her talent has taken her to various countries such as Malaysia, Australia, and France, with Vietnam being her latest destination.
During the concert on August 18th, Campbell will enchant the audience with her timeless renditions of classic soundtracks from iconic movies like Titanic, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Romeo and Juliet.
Joining Campbell on this musical journey is American soprano Corinne Winters, lauded by The New York Times as “an outstanding actress, as well as a singer of extraordinary grace and finesse.” Together with British opera singer Oliver Johnston, they will recreate timeless opera tunes from beloved pieces such as Carmen, Das Land des Lächelns, and Neapolitan Song.
The concert will also feature the participation of Dao To Loan, the first Vietnamese singer to win the first prize at the Singapore Lyric Opera ASEAN Vocal Competition.
These talented artists will collaborate with the Sun Symphony Orchestra to mesmerize the audience with a spellbinding performance of La Traviata, a three-act opera by Giuseppe Verdi.
Ho Guom Opera, located at 40 – 40A Hang Bai street in Hoan Kiem district, is a state-of-the-art venue built by the Ministry of Public Security and the Hanoi People’s Committee. With its inauguration in July 2021, the venue offers a 900-seat auditorium, a 500-seater space, exhibition facilities, conference and workshop areas, and a versatile multi-functional zone. It serves as a platform for political, cultural, and artistic events of national significance, while also doubling as an international convention center.