Young talent pianist Ngo Phuong Vi (Source: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) - Luala street concert, which is popular with Hanoi music lovers, will make its comeback every Sunday from November 15 – December 13 at 61 Ly Thai To street after a one-year hiatus.

The fall-winter concert, the sixth of its kind, will feature performances by vocalists and instrumentalists, domestic and foreign alike, namely Japanese harpist Aya Matsumoto, pianist Boomi Jang from the Republic of Korea, oboist Nguyen Hoang Tung, cellist Tran Thi Mo, opera singer Vo Hong Quan and young talented pianist Ngo Phuong Vi.

Orchestrated by conductor Nguyen Khac Thanh, each of the five shows will have different theme, the organising board told a press conference in Hanoi on November 10.

The first show on November 15 is to mesmerise classical enthusiasts with waltz pieces by J.Strauss. The second on November 22 will put on stage classical pieces by world-renowned composers while the third one on November 29 will dedicate the performing space to pianist Ngo Phuong Vi and the orchestra.

Junior audiences will be able to enjoy the musical “Peter and the Wolf” by Sergey Prokofiev on December 6, and the last show on December 13 is solo performances by harpist Matsumoto.

As in its previous editions, the concert will bring a festive atmosphere to the public by lighting a Xmas tree on its last day in anticipation of Christmas and New Year holidays.-VNA