The No. 8 Rhapsody concert, themed Les Miserables , part of the “I Dreamed a Dream” series, will raise funds for children with cleft lips and cleft palates, according to Tuoi tre (Youth) online.

The concert, to be held at 7:30 pm on April 27 and 28 at Cong Nhan (Workers) Theatre in Hanoi, will see performances by the Rhapsody Philharmonic of famous movie tracks, such as ‘Skyfall,’ ‘I Have a Dream,’ ‘My Heart Will Go On,’ and ‘Can You Feel the Love Tonight.’

The show, also featuring beauty queen Duong Tu Anh, the programme ambassador, will put up a number of items for auction, such as CDs featuring local celebrities' autographs and wooden, gem-studded dolls.

Tickets are sold for 500,000 VND (25 USD) for the April 27 show, 200,000 VND (9.5 USD) for students and 300,000 VND (14.3 USD) for the April 28 show.

The Rhapsody Philharmonic was founded in late 2010 by drummer Nguyen Hung Cuong and his friend Luu Quang Minh. Its 70 members perform on a regular basis.

The organisers of the series ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ also held two street concerts on April 13 and 20 in Hanoi.-VNA