AØ Ø OÁ Á Show to be staged in Oman

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HCM CITY— The AØ OÁ Show, a pro­gramme of Viet­namese dance and cir­cus, will stage two per­for­mances at the Royal Opera House Mus­cat in Oman this week.

The show in­cludes dozens of tal­ented artists in dance, cir­cus and mu­sic who use bam­boo and tra­di­tional in­stru­ments dur­ing the per­for­mance.

The AØ OÁ Show in­cludes tra­di­tional and con­tem­po­rary dances to folk mu­sic and the­atri­cal vis­ual arts. It de­picts the beauty of Vieät Nam’s coun­try­side life in con­trast with the coun­try’s rac­ing ur­ban­i­sa­tion.

The show, to­gether with Laøng Toâi (My Vil­lage) and Söông Sôùm (The Mist), are a se­ries of art shows pro­duced by Lune Pro­duc­tion, once known as AØ OÁ En­ter­tain­ment, a pri­vate en­ter­tain­ment agency that tar­gets the­atre lovers and for­eign tourists.

The pro­grammes, fea­tur­ing the daily life of South­ern farm­ers, are di­rected and chore­ographed by Tuaán Leâ and Nguyeãn Taán Loäc.

Since they were first staged in 2012, Leâ, Loäc and their staff, in­clud­ing young tal­ents from dance schools in Haø Noäi and HCM City, have toured the world, per­form­ing in 300 shows in France, Hol­land, Spain, Bel­gium, Greece, Ger­many, Japan, Aus­tralia and Hong Kong.

In 2015, the AØ OÁ Show was seen on The Travel Show ,a tourist pro­gramme on chan­nels BBC World­wide and BBC2.

“Through our dance, au­di­ences can learn about Vieät Nam’s wet-rice civil­i­sa­tion, with beau­ti­ful images of farm­ers row­ing boats on rivers, and singing and talk­ing while work­ing in the fields,” the pro­gramme’s chore­og­ra­pher Loäc said.

The AØ OÁ Show will be per­formed at the Royal Opera House Mus­cat on April 19 and 21. — VNS

Right beat: Dancers of the AØ OÁ Show de­pict the beauty of Vieät Nam’s coun­try­side life. The dancers will stage two per­for­mances at the Royal Opera House Mus­cat this week. — Photo cour­tesy of the Lune Pro­duc­tion

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