Summer Serenades: An Open-Air Concert Experience

A captivating open-air symphony event is offering an immersive introduction to the enchanting world of classical music. This unique experience promises to captivate audiences and foster a deeper appreciation for the arts.


The Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra and the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts are proud to present a special outdoor symphony concert, “Summer Melodies.” The event will take place on July 7 at the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, located on 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hanoi.

This concert is part of the “When Music Blends with Fine Arts” program, a collaborative initiative between the museum and the orchestra. The program aims to attract visitors and bring the beauty of chamber music to a wider audience. Building on the success of the previous outdoor concert, “Melodies of the Season: Spring,” which received an overwhelmingly positive response from attendees, this upcoming event promises to be a memorable cultural experience.

An outdoor symphony concert, making classical music accessible to all. Photo courtesy of the museum

The evening’s performance will feature the talented soprano, Do Vu Lan Nhung, alongside artists from the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of conductor Nguyen Khac Thanh. The repertoire includes well-known compositions by some of the world’s most renowned composers, such as Bizet, Scott Joplin, Gershwin, Mozart, Shostakovich, Schubert, Pachelbel, and Gounod.

Soprano Lan Nhung is known for her powerful voice and distinctive performance style. Her musical journey began at the Vietnam National Academy of Music, and she later received a scholarship to study opera at the National University of Music in Bucharest, Romania. Lan Nhung’s exceptional talent has been recognized internationally, having won several awards. Notably, she was selected to perform as a soloist at the prestigious Enescu Music Festival in Europe.

After completing her studies in Bucharest with honors, Lan Nhung returned to Vietnam and continued to excel in her field. In 2023, she participated in the National Chamber Singing, Musical, and Choir Competition, where she claimed the first prize. Today, she is an integral part of the Vietnam Opera and Ballet Theater, showcasing her talent in leading roles, including the title role in their 2024 production of “Carmen.”

Join us on July 7 as we celebrate the fusion of fine arts and music under the stars. “Summer Melodies” promises to be an enchanting evening, showcasing the very best of classical music and vocal talent. Don’t miss this opportunity to immerse yourself in a cultural experience that is sure to leave a lasting impression.

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