The three-year-old group, which operates under the HCM City Music Conservatory, schedules about three classical music concerts with different themes every year.
Huyønh Quang Thaùi, vocal coach at the conservatory, and leader of the choir, says it takes several months to practise for one concert.
Someone who is speaks and lot and probably quite loud, so he, or she, is easily heard.
Hoaøng Huy, a sophomore at the conservatory, says that classical music cannot be performed carelessly.
"This is to retain audiences' expectations, especially those that are serious about this musical genre," Huy says, adding that rehearsals and practice are essential to good performances.
The amount of gained on the group's luckiest days is only enough to cover production costs of one concert.
is a place where one can take music les-
is a second-year student.
is money that is earned.
However, all of the choir members are truly happy to be able to pursue what they genuinely love.
something means to follow through with it.
However, to Thaùi and other classical music lovers, the genre is no different than others in that its melodies can lift people's moods.
Interestingly, many soundtracks used for busters use classical music.
is a hit of a film.
"I think it is not only the older generations or others who desire academic music."
To reach out to the young generation, the Saøi Goøn Choir not only adds modern twists to classical tunes but also remixes trending or popular songs.
are musical soundtracks made from mixing them with others that have themselves been mixed.
If a is trending it is popular and people listen to it more and more.
Many people do not expect a popular song to sound this way, so that has helped break people's stereotypes about classical music.
Stereotypes ily believe.
are simple definitions of things that people eas-
The Saøi Goøn Choir's Facebook fanpage also receives a lot of interest as they regularly post teasers about their upcoming performances.