(HBO) - The Art program, “Hoa Binh - the sound of Muong Land”, includes 3 parts:

1. The art program opens with the theme "The Nature's Harmony” with the songs: Northwest drops afternoon in pictures – Tieng Cong Que Huong (the Homeland’s gong sound) - Hoa Binh builds dreams.

- Composers: Ho Trong Tuan - Huy Tam

- Artists: Sen Hoang My Lam - Le Anh Dung

- Dance: Vietnam Musical and Ballet Theater

2. The ceremony part

- The opening speech of the Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee.

- Awarding the Certificates of 2 National Intangible Cultural Heritages: Khai Ha Festival of Muong people in Hoa Binh and the Knowledge of Lich Doi (the bamboo calendar) of Muong people in Hoa Binh province.

- Delivering speeches of the representatives of the leaders from the Party and State.

- Delivering speeches of the secretary of Hoa Binh Provincial Party Committee.

3. The Festival: The art performance consists of 3 chapters with the theme: "Hoa Binh - The Sound of Muong Land”.

- Chapter 1: The ancient land includes the following repertoires: Hon Da – The Rock soul (Composed by Ngoc Quang; performed by: Le Anh Dung; Danced by Vietnam National Opera and Ballet Theatre); The Epic "De Dat, De Nuoc – Giving birth to the Land, Giving Water” (Music: Dinh Van Duc, performed by Tung Duong, danced by Vietnam National Opera and Ballet Theatre); Hien Vinh Lac Hong - The Glorious Lac Hong (Composed by Holy Thang, performed by Oplus, danced by Vietnam National Opera and Ballet Theatre).


- Chapter 2: The Harmony of Muong Land: Hoa Binh sends the condolences - Invites you to the Northwest (Composed by Nguyen Tung - Ha Quang Anh, performed by Sen Hoang My Lam); the scene of the opening ceremony of the four Muong lands in Hoa Binh; The Fun festival of Muong land (Muong folk song group, performed by Hong Tam and the dancing artists, danced by Vietnam National Opera and Ballet Theatre).


- Chapter 3: Echoing the sound of Muong Land, including the songs: Dam Nang Khot (Muong folk song – Remix. Lyrics: Huy Tam, performed by Ha Myo & Rapper Phong Windy, danced by Vietnam National Opera and Ballet Theatre); De Mi Noi Cho Ma Nghe - Let Mi Tell You (Composed by DTAP, performed by Hoang Thuy Linh, Danced by Vietnam National Opera and Ballet Theatre).


The closing ceremony and low-range fireworks display.






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