More than 50 artists in music, dance and theatre from HCM City will perform in the TV music programme Gala Nhạc Việt 2024- Năm Mới Rực Rỡ (Vietnamese Music Gala 2024– Happy Lunar New Year).
|TẾT FUN: Vietnamese dances are featured in Gala Nhạc Việt 2024-Năm Mới Rực Rỡ (Vietnamese Music Gala 2024–Happy Lunar New Year), a TV music show celebrating Tết (Lunar New Year), which begins airing on February 10. Photo courtesy of the producer.
HCM CITY More than 50 artists in music, dance and theatre from HCM City will perform in the TV music programme Gala Nhạc Việt 2024 – Năm Mới Rực Rỡ (Vietnamese Music Gala 2024 – Happy Lunar New Year).
The show will be released during Tết (Lunar New Year), which begins on February 10.
Vietnamese-American pop stars Thanh Hà and Như Quỳnh will sing songs in praise of spring, love and youth.
The lyrics for these songs combine Vietnamese folk music and pop with dance.
Hà and Quỳnh have worked with leading entertainment agencies and music studios in the US and France, including Thuý Nga and Asia Entertainment.
The two singers often perform in HCM City, Đà Nẵng and Hà Nội.
While Quỳnh performs bolero and contemporary folk music, Hà is famous in pop and R&B.
In 2022, Quỳnh released an album in Việt Nam after 25 years of living far away from her homeland.
Hà has performed in more than 80 music videos (MV) and albums.
She launched a music project called My Song-My Stories celebrating her 30-year career in HCM City last year.
Her project offers a series of music videos (MV) featuring songs by Vietnamese composers, such as Hoài Sa, Đức Trí, Dũng Dalat, Vĩnh Tâm and Anh Khoa, who were famous in the 1990s-2000s.
“I love singing for my fans in my homeland,” said 55-year-old Hà.
|BIG CAST: More than 50 artists perform songs and dances about love, youth and spring in the TV music show Gala Nhạc Việt 2024-NămMới Rực Rỡ (Vietnamese Music Gala 2024–Happy Lunar New Year). Photo courtesy of the producer.
The show Gala Nhạc Việt 2024 – Năm Mới Rực Rỡ highlights female singers such as Hồ Ngọc Hà, Dương Hoàng Yến, Võ Hạ Trâm and Hoà Minzy.
The artists perform famous songs about Tết and traditional culture and lifestyles.
Traditional dances and theatrical performances are also included.
“We hope our show Gala Nhạc Việt 2024 – Năm Mới Rực Rỡ will send best wishes to Vietnamese at home and abroad during Tết,” said Hoà Minzy, winner of the year’s Favourite Female Singer at the 29th Mai Vàng (Golden Ochna) Awards presented by the HCM City-based newspaper Người Lao Động (Labourer) on January 19.
Gala Nhạc Việt 2024 – Năm Mới Rực Rỡ will be released on YouTube and Hồ Chí Minh Television on February 10.