|Vu Van Tu, a blind pianist and featured artist from previous “Music In The Dark” concerts, will perform at the fourth edition of this event, taking place at the SOUL Live Project Complex this Sunday – PHOTO: COURTESY OF ORGANIZER|
“Music In The Dark” is an exceptional concert experience that captures the emotional power of music by eliminating all visual distractions.
Research suggests that 70% of the body’s sensory receptors are located in the eyes. By immersing themselves in a dark environment without any stage effects, audience members can fully explore the purity of sound.
In darkness, music becomes the sole language. Initially unfamiliar, listeners will gradually find themselves captivated by the enchanting nature of music, as it reaches every corner of their soul.
The outstanding feature of this event is the performers’ vocals, which serve as incredible instruments capable of evoking a wide range of emotions. Whether performed solo, in harmony with another voice, or as part of a choir, the human voice holds immense power.
At this concert, vocal students, teachers, and ensembles from the Soul Music & Performing Arts Academy’s Faculty of Music will showcase a variety of vocal music forms, accompanied and unaccompanied, under the theme of “HOME”.
Now in its fourth year, “Music In The Dark” also serves as an opportunity for the community to support charitable causes, including aid for blind individuals.
This concert is not suitable for children under 10 years of age and will begin at 7 p.m.