Concert is anticipated to see several special performances by artists from both Vietnam and the RoK, including Korean pianist Eun Young Joo, cellist Hye Young Joo, Vietnamese violinist Le Minh Hien, and the United Youth Harmony Choir (UYHC).

Aside from classical music pieces by famous composers Vivaldi, Mozart, Rameau, Chopin, and Dvorak, familiar Vietnamese and Korean folk songs will also be performed in a new style of chamber music for audiences to enjoy.

The concert will also celebrate five years since the founding of the UYHC, a community choir established by the Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music under the sponsorship of Korea United Pharm Inc. This is also a testament to the friendship and co-operation in culture and art that exists between the country and the RoK.

The past five years has seen the Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music develop the choir in a socialised way to bring music closer to the public, drawing the participation of many local people who have a great passion for music.

During the concert 50 scholarships costing VND4 million each will be handed over to the best students from universities across Ho Chi Minh City.