Concert bridges Vietnamese and Spanish cultures

(VOVWORLD) -To celebrate 45 years of diplomatic ties between Vietnam and Spain, the Vietnam National Academy of Music will host a concert titled Melodia de Espana Concerto - Spanish Melodies.
The event's lineup included Spanish pianist Pablo Galdo, Vietnamese musicians Tran Thi Tam Ngoc, Vu Duc Hien, and others.
Classic love melodies that showcase the culture and history of the Spanish people will be performed during the show, and organizers hope this will give the audience a deeper appreciation for the country's artistic heritage.
Pablo Galdo would recreate the voyage to uncover the features of the areas around the Mediterranean via the well-known musical Suite Espanola No.1, Opt.47 composed by Isaac Albeniz.
Concert bridges Vietnamese and Spanish cultures - ảnh 1Pianist Tran Thi Tam Ngoc to perform at the concert. (Photo: VNA)
The concert's centrepiece will be a performance of 'Ma Mere l'Oye' (Mother Goose) by Maurice Ravel, performed on the piano by Pablo Galdo and Tran Thi Tam Ngoc.
Artist Tran Thi Tam Ngoc is a lecturer at the piano department, Vietnam National Academy of Music.
She is a frequent performer in major theatres in the US, Sweden, Thailand, Singapore, China, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, Vietnam, and China.
Concert bridges Vietnamese and Spanish cultures - ảnh 2Artist Pablo Galdo (Photo courtesy of the Spanish Embassy)
Among musicians, Pablo Galdo stands out for his exceptional skill and depth of expression on the stage. He is the current Artistic Director of the Galician Classical Music Association, the creator of the programme for the Vigo International Music Festival, and the Chairman of the jury for the Vigo International Music Competition.

With Galdo and the Vietnamese artists performing legendary compositions, the show promises to entertain the audience with a night of music filled with passion.
The concert will be held at the Grand Concert Hall of the Vietnam National Academy of Music on September 30 at 8 pm. Tickets may be purchased at 77 Hao Nam, Dong Da district, Hanoi, or by dialing 038-661-0815 to reach the organiser's hotline.