Talented young violinist Do Phuong Nhi performs in VNSO’s concert

A concert featuring talented young violinist Do Phuong Nhi will take place at Hanoi Opera House on January 6-7.

                    Young violinist Do Phuong Nhi

She will perform the Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47, which was written by Jean Sibelius in 1904.

The Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra’s artists will play the Vltava from My Fatherland by the Czech composer Bedřich Smetana and the New World Symphony composed by Antonín Dvořák under the baton of Japanese conductor Tetsuji Honna.

Nhi was born in 1998 in a family with musical traditions. Her parents are violinists and her uncle is famous songwriter Le Minh Son. She began studying the violin at the tender age of four under the tutelage of her parents and veteran artist Ngo Van Thanh.

After joining in the Toyota Concert Tour 2013, Nhi has received a scholarship studying at Barratt Due Institute of Music, Oslo, Norway for 4 years.

She won first prize in her class at the Sparre Olsen competition for young talents in Gjøvik.
Nhi has been invited to performed Max Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor together with the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra of the U.S. at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, Colorado on May 14.

By Mai An – Translated by Kim Khanh

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