Singing groups connect to preserve heritage values Videos

Singing groups connect to preserve heritage values

In recent times, in Diem village in Bac Ninh province, on the day of the Quan Ho (love duet) Ancestral Festival, local Quan Ho clubs have had the opportunity to meet and connect with similar folk singing clubs from Nghe An province, in a new and creative measure to help preserve Vietnam’s cultural heritage.
Family of ‘Xam’ artists uphold traditional folk art Videos

Family of ‘Xam’ artists uphold traditional folk art

Late artist Ha Thi Cau is remembered as an advocate for the Vietnamese folk singing genre ‘Xam’. Now that she has passed away, her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren continue to uphold the art form to fulfil her wish of nurturing and promoting ‘Xam’.
Dong Thap striving to preserve intangible cultural heritage Culture - Sports

Dong Thap striving to preserve intangible cultural heritage

The Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap recently released a plan on preserving and bringing into play the art of “Don ca tai tu” music and song and “Ho Dong Thap” (Dong Thap singing), both of which are national intangible cultural heritages, so as to improve awareness and raise a sense of responsibility in the community and the political system regarding the task.
Art programme held in honour of Hung Kings Culture - Sports

Art programme held in honour of Hung Kings

The art programme “Sacred roots - the Ancestral Lands of Hung Kings” featured a kaleidoscope of stellar performances at Van Lang park, Viet Tri city, the northern midland province of Phu Tho on April 20 in commemoration of the Hung Kings, who were believed to be the founders of the Vietnamese country.
Xam singing preserved in Ha Nam province Culture - Sports

Xam singing preserved in Ha Nam province

Xam singing is a traditional art form of the Vietnamese people in the northern region. It is mostly practiced in public venues where people gather, such as wharves, markets and communal houses. Join us to find out more about how the art form is practiced in Ha Nam province.