VietNamInternet Bridge – Artists from the Viet Nam National Opera and Ballet (VNOB) will carry out classical and up to date works at Ha Noi Opera House on January 18.
Desire: A scene from the Moment dance. — Photos courtesy of VNOB
The one-night present, entitled Moment of Spring, will embrace Mozart’s works Symphony N.40 and arias from the opera The Marriage of Figaro and Vietnamese dance by choreographer Nguyen Ngoc Anh.
During the primary a part of the evening, opera singers similar to Manh Dung; Vanh Khuyen and Tran Trang will sing the primary a part of the opera together with duets and arias. VNOB musicians will play Symphony N.40 underneath the baton of conductor Le Phi Phi who graduated from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory with levels in piano and orchestra conducting.
Contemporary dance Khoanh Khac (Moment) will function all dancers of VNOB together with main Phan Van Luong, Thu Hue and Thu Hang.
Parts of life: A scene from the Moment dance.
“It’s great for all dancers of VNOB to perform together,” stated dancer Luong. “Normally, there are just a few dancers in a contemporary dance. Moment by choreographer Anh is an abstract work that gives audiences different ways to think about life.”
Moment was created by Anh in 2016, impressed by moments of life, the battle for survival, and the need for a greater life.
“The life of everyone through different moments, the emotion of desire, the concerns with survival and rising aspirations like the invisible burden clinging to us,” stated choreographer Anh. “Sudden moments always exist in our life. Each person with their experiences and their feelings will see desire, burdens, joy and loneliness from those moments. This is idea behind Moment.”
Modern dance: The Moment up to date dance by choreographer Nguyen Ngoc Anh will probably be carried out at Ha Noi Opera House on January 18.
Anh graduated in classical ballet from the Viet Nam Dance College in 1998. Winning a full scholarship on the Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts, he began his skilled choreography profession and gained third prize on the Viet Nam National Dance Competition in 2002 and the New British Choreography Bonnie Bird Award in 2005.
The choreographer additionally gained the UK’s Spotlight Award within the Critics’ Circle Dance Awards (Outstanding Male Artist) in 2008. Anh was appointed as a Resident Choreographer for Union Dance Company along with his debut Two By Two in 2007 and has choreographed for Doreen Bird College from 2006-2010.
Anh gained an Outstanding Achievement in Choreography by Hong Kong Dance Award in 2015. He is dance assistant in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
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