Dutch conductor Jan Stulen will lead the Ho Chi Minh City symphony orchestra in an evening show on November 27.
The concert will be held at the HCMC Opera House, featuring F. Schubert's Overture Rosamunde; J. Haydn's Symphonie Concertante for Violin, Cello, Oboe and Bassoon; and J. Brahms' Symphony No. 4 in E minor, the Vnexpress news website reported.
Stulen, who became a conductor when he was 19, has led numerous renowned orchestras including the Hilversum Radio Symphony Orchestra (the Netherlands) and the German Chamber Orchestra in Frankfurt.
Previously, the conductor has received rave reviews from audiences in Europe, Egypt, Korea and Thailand.
In addition to the upcoming HCMC concert, Stulenwill teach several one-week training courses in orchestral conducting for Vietnamese music students.
The HCMC Opera House is located at 7 Lam Son Square, District 1.
Tickets cost VND250,000 (US$12) for adults; admission for children is free.
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