The concert will showcase the exceptional performances of classical music by the Super Kids Orchestra (SKO) led by the renowned Japanese conductor.

This concert is part of the Vietnam Youth Orchestra (VYO) exchange program, which aims to bring international culture to Vietnam and introduce Vietnamese culture to the world. By collaborating with the Super Kids Orchestra, the Vietnam Youth Orchestra hopes to provide local music enthusiasts with a unique experience of diverse world cultures.

The concert will feature timeless compositions, including Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings in C Major, Op. 48, Bill Whelan’s Riverdance, and Vittorio Monti’s Csárdás.

Yutaka Sado, born in Kyoto, currently serves as the music director of the Tonkünstler Orchestra in Austria, the artistic director of the Hyogo Performing Arts Center and its resident orchestra in Nishinomiya, Japan, and the principal conductor of the Siena Wind Orchestra in Tokyo.

Awarded the Grand Prix of the 39th Besançon International Competition for Young Conductors in 1989 and the Grand Prix of the Leonard Bernstein Jerusalem International Music Competition in 1995, Sado has also made appearances with renowned ensembles such as the Berlin Philharmonic, the London Symphony Orchestra, and the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington D.C.

The Super Kids Orchestra (SKO), founded in 2003 and led by Yutaka Sado, comprises talented young musicians with exceptional skills selected from all over Japan. Their impressive performances have captivated both the general audience and experts.

In addition to their outstanding collective achievements, SKO also nurtures individual talents like cellist Sasanuma Tatsuki and violinist Hina Maeda, contributing to the development of classical music in Japan.

With over two decades of consistent dedication, the orchestra has presented numerous acclaimed concerts and participated in prominent broadcasting programs throughout the Far East region.