The Berliner Symphoniker will take Hanoi stage for the first time on July 14, under the baton of Israeli conductor Lior Shambadal
The famous Berliner Symphoniker (Berlin Symphony Orchestra) will make its Vietnam debut with a show called the "Eternal Concert" at the Hanoi Opera House on July 14.
The 66 Berlin-based artists will perform world classical compositions with Vietnamese violinist Bui Cong Duy, reported Tien Phong newspaper last week.
The orchestra was founded as Symphonisches Orchester Berlin in 1967. In 1990 it was renamed Berliner Symphoniker. Lior Shambadal has been the group's chief conductor since 1997.
The orchestra performed some 60 concerts per year worldwide, including shows in the United States, Egypt, United Kingdom, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, Korea, Japan, and South America.
In 2007, Berliner Symphoniker´s CD 'Latin Music' was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award as the Best Classical Album.
Albums by the Berliner Symphoniker are available in shops across the globe.
The Hanoi Opera House is located at 1 Trang Tien Street, Hoan Kiem District.
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