Concert and talk: Light a firefly ray
DomDom would like to invite you to attend a very new platform : “Concert and Talk with the audience: Thắp Một Tia Đom Đóm (Light a firefly ray)”
Time: 19h30, Sunday 16/06/2019
Venue: Erato School, 3rd floor – 30 Đoàn Thị Điểm str. Hanoi
Free Entrance – Talk in Vietnamese with English translation
The event is divided into 2 parts: the first part is a talk with the audience about Experimental Music (in Vietnamese with English translation) and second part is Graduation Concert of the “Experimental Music Improvisation” course I-2A (In the framework of DomDom’s Education Program). We chose the name “Light a firefly ray” for both 2 parts because of the meeting points in their spirits.
ABOUT TALK WITH THE AUDIENCE
Besides educational activities, DomDom always cherishes the implementation of events/programs aimed at connecting and developing the audience. The event “Light a firefly ray” is the very first step. In this session, musician SonX will lead and give the audience approaches to the Experimental Music in a basically and personally way, or like the way he said: “Let’s rove and explore senses with sounds together.”
Please stay tuned to know more about this interesting Talk session.
ABOUT THE CONCERT
“A Dom Dom (firefly) which is small but durable with experimental music! A rare show with so many things to open! The story of “us” and “I” with extreme emotions, beyond the borders and the classic notion...
Phallophone to Ascension
Domdom would like to invite you to attend a talk and mini live set with composer Dirk Stromberg: “Phallophone to Ascension”.
Dirk Stromberg is a founder of the Contemporary Music Festival in Vietnam (Duong Dai Festival – 2007-2016) and is currently on faculty at LASALLE College of the Arts. He was formerly on faculty at Istanbul Bilgi University, Saigon Technology University and was head of music at School of the Arts (SOTA), Singapore.
Dirk Stromberg’s work on tactile interfaces have created a body of work that explores sonic possibilities and audience empathy through the intuitive nature of control. Phallophone to Ascension will demonstrate approaches to instrument design that allow for flexibility and platforms to explore musical material. The lecture demo will discuss the importance...
TLTT #7 Art talk with Nguyễn Oanh Phi Phi
Future of Tradition* would like to invite you to attend a talk with Artist Nguyen Oanh Phi Phi: “A Contemporary Approach to Vietnamese Lacquer Painting”. This talk is the 7th event in the series of event of the project, to follow the schedule of events, please go to: https://www.facebook.com/events/412403619553316/
Lacquer is a traditional medium in Vietnamese art, used primarily on paintings. With Nguyen Oanh Phi Phi, Vietnamese lacquer has been her core element in her contemporary practice.
Without using Son ta (traditional Vietnamese lacquer) on paintings in a traditional way, Oanh Phi Phi made a “swim upstream with traditional techniques” and “bring new life to lacquer by experimenting” such as using lacquer on glass, using lacquer as a material in architecture...
Beyond Sound 2019 #1 | Katsura Yamauchi & Tengal Drilon
In the beginning of 2019, Heritage Space is so proud to re-start the BEYOND SOUND series – the platform for experimental arts & music connecting international and local artists, in collaboration with DomDom Hanoi. The first show of Beyond Sound 2019 is a live music and film screening by Katsura Yamauchi (Japan) and Tengal Drilon from Philippines.
Time: 20:00 – 21:30, Thứ Hai/ Monday, 25.03.2019
Venue: Heritage Space, Fl.01 Dolphin Plaza, 06 Nguyen Hoang st., My Dinh 2, Nam Từ Liêm, Hanoi.
Phụ thu / Attending fee: 150K, 120K, 100K.
Đăng ký/ Register: https://goo.gl/forms/Jlc32RaSJZgFwKiS2
The attending fee is only use for productive cost, we don’t make any profit from our cultural & art programs.
20.00: Film screening
Open letter of Hanoi New Music Festival 2018
HANOI NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2018 – MAKE A SILENCE
By this point, there is clearly no easy answer exists as to what defines ‘South East Asia’ – culturally, as much as anything else. Or perhaps such impossibility of commonality is the key to understanding ‘South East Asia’. Or perhaps, different as we seem—shaped by the strange forces of history, we are still part of one.
As a region, how do we best celebrate and make the most out of this tension—these two seemingly opposing truths?
“There is no such thing as an empty space or an empty time. There is always something to see, something to hear. In fact, try as we may to make a silence, we cannot.” (John Cage)
Perhaps the most primitive and natural thing that a human being can do with their...