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Night of classics

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Night of classics

Soprano singer Rumi Yano, pipa maestro Tu Shan Xiang and the HCMC Ballet Symphony Orchestra are conducted under the baton of Dean Khomik Anderson, one the rising stars conducting in the U.S.

The Saigon Times Concert - Harmony of Trust played to a full house on Saturday night at the HCMC Opera House. The concert, which was organized by the Saigon Times Group to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Thoi bao Kinh te Saigon (January 4, 1991 – January 4, 2011), also raised money to help disadvantaged students in central provinces. This year’s event featured four international artists including Filipino-American conductor Dean Khomik Anderson, Chinese pipa maestro Tu Shan Xiang, Ukrainian violinist Mira Khomik and Japanese soprano singer Rumi Yano. Here are some photos taken by The Saigon Times Daily’s photo-journalist Le Toan at the event.

The beautiful Ukrainian violinist Mira Khomik in her soaring moment performing Passacaglia & Burleske movements from the Violin Concerto No. 1 by composer Dmitri Dmitrievich Shostakovich, under the baton of Dean Khomik Anderson. The masterpiece mirrors the composer’s emotions during the ups and downs in Ukraine
The four international artists pose for photos together after the concert
Pipa maestro Tu Shan Xiang performs his piece The Vietnam Sketch which he wrote after he played at the first Saigon Times concert in 2010. The piece was inspired by “seas of motorbikes”, Cham dancers, historical sites and the people’s attachment to their homeland
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