Korean Orchestra will hit the right note in Haø Noäi
Finest musicians performing at Opera House
petition in 1980.
He was presented with the Golden Medal for Merit to Culture from Poland and is currently piano faculty member of Oberlin Conservatory of Music in the US and guest professor at the Universite de Montreal in Canada.
Soprano Seo won first prize at International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 2011, one of the three biggest competitions in the world. She also won the Maria Carras Grand Prize in Athens, Greece in 2010.
The Korean Symphony Orchestra has been working to elevate its standing since it started in 1985. For the past 30 years the orchestra has more than 90 performances each year both domestically and abroad.
Haø Noäi concert is the first event to be held in Vieät Nam by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in co-ordination with Korean embassy. It kicks off a wide range of cultural and art exchange activities between the two countries. — VNS
Leader: Conductor Chi Yong Chung.Photos courtesy of organisationboard