Korean singer Park Sung Min and his pianist wife Trang Trinh will perform to raise charity funds for homeless children
An international Christmas charity concert to raise funds for homeless children will take place in Hanoi next Monday, December 9.
Vietnamese, African, Australian, and South Korean artists will perform a range of classical and modern music genres.
Trang Trinh, one of Vietnam's most exciting classical pianists, will be the country's representative at the show. Trained at the Royal Academy of Music in London, she has had an international career, performing in Europe and Asia.
Park Sung Min, her husband, is a professional tenor and has also performed in Europe and Asia.
He is the conductor of the Hanoi Korean Church Choir and founder of the Miracle Choir, made up of children from various children's homes in Hanoi.
The Shin Trio made up of Father Joshua and his daughters Mary and Joy, Ella Walls of Australia, and the African Band will also perform.
Proceeds from ticket sales and a silent auction will fund construction of a new roof for the Phu Chau children's home in Hanoi's Ba Vi District.
Tickets are available in the capital city at HIF Center (8 Ton That Thuyet Street), Joma Cafés (22 Ly Quoc Su Street and 43 To Ngoc Van Street), Donkey Bakery (8 Nguyen Hoang Ton Street), and the HIWC Bazaar "Love Hanoi" booth.
A minimum donation of 200,000 will qualify for one ticket.
Tickets can also be obtained at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The concert is scheduled to begin 7.30 p.m. at Au Co Theater, 8 Huynh Thuc Khang Street.