HÀ NỘI — Manzi will host a special night of music and discussions featuring two Jarai ethnicity artists today.
During the event titled ‘Am I A Man Who Dreamt of Being a Sound, or Am I a Sound Dreaming that I Am a Man?’, the artists, Rơ Chăm Tih and Ksor Sep, will play traditional Jarai musical instruments such as the k’ni, ting ning and t’rung. They will also sing and tell the audience epic Jarai tales.
The night will take the audience on an auditory journey into long-unheard music and epics of Jarai people, bring them an extraordinary experience of indigenous culture in the Central Highlands.
The event will start at 7.30pm. Manzi Art Space is at 14 Phan Huy Ích Street. A minimum contribution of VNĐ100,000 will be required from each attended and collected at the door during check-in prior to the event. All donations from the audience will be given to the artists.
The two artists took the guiding roles in Nguyễn Trinh Thi’s video & sound installation entitled Landscape #4: How to Improve the World which is currently on display at Manzi Exhibition Space until January 10. —
- The granary of the Central Highlands people
- Students fascinated by traditional music instruments after schools introduce new lessons
- Let the sound of gong ring forever among the great
- Vietnamese traditional and contemporary music night
- Revival of the culture of the Chu Ru
- Discovering the meaning of place names in Central Highlands
- Youth Theatre aiming high with musical
- Art exhibition opens to public
- Folk music and symphony combined in music video