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Vietnam's first Doctor Cello extends the annual concert program

July 30, 2021 anninhthudo.vn
ANTD.VN - As the first doctor in Vietnam majoring in music and cello performance, Dinh Hoai Xuan aspires to spread classical music closer to the audience. That's why she is determined to maintain the annual organization of the classical concert series "Cello Fundamento" since 2016. This year, the show will take place only one night on the evening of December 29 at the Hanoi Opera House.

Sharing about the theme "Home Sweet Home" set for this live concert, the female artist from Quang Binh said that she wants to convey her gratitude to the homeland where she was born and raised. up, where her endless passion for the cello was born and planted. In particular, it is also thanks to her hometown that helped her get a 4-year scholarship in Romania through the scholarship agreement between the two countries Vietnam - Romania. This concert also has a special meaning for Dinh Hoai Xuan as it marks her return after years of training and hard work abroad, helped her bring home her first Ph.D. degree in Vietnam majoring in music and cello performance.

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Talking about the PhD thesis that she has done, Dinh Hoai Xuan revealed that she has worked hard to build a thesis with the theme of promoting Cello, performing and dedicating in the Vietnamese music environment. In her thesis, she pointed out 3 suggestions to do, which is to bring Cello to school, organize a competition dedicated to Cello for Vietnamese people who love Cello at home and abroad, produce a gameshow that combines Cello with games to spread the word to everyone, especially the younger generation.

In the immediate future, she has a plan in the next 3 years to bring Cello to schools, reaching about 100,000 students across the country. In particular, she also proved the necessity of promoting Cello through social media channels and media to help multiply the spread. The female artist excitedly showed off the Fanpage of "Cello Fundameto" which had up to 100,000 followers, and the work "Huong ve Ha Noi" also attracted more than 5,000 views.

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Dinh Hoai Xuan and artists at the meeting to introduce the program

Back to the live-concert "Cello Fundameto - Home Sweet Home" taking place on the evening of December 29, Dinh Hoai Xuan shared, the program gathered more than 60 talented artists of classical music in Vietnam and the world. In addition to the host of the night, the show also featured two talented artists from Romania, Ciprian Marinescu - conductor of Osaka Japan Orchestra and Răzvan Suma - Professor at Bucharest National University of Music, Dinh Hoai Xuan's teacher during 4 years of study in Romania and also a participant in the program "Cello Fundamento concert 2 & 3".

Besides, the program has the participation of many other talented artists such as: Yamaguchi Hiroaki (Japan), Ella Bokor (Romanian), Chu Hai Ly, Tran Khanh Quang (Vietnam National Academy of Music)... with the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra. Taking on the role of leading the program are MC duo Le Anh and My Lan. In particular, musician Do Hong Quan - Associate Professor, Doctor of Science, Chairman of the Vietnam Musicians Association will participate in the program with a special arrangement for cello performance with the orchestra.

In particular, she received the companionship and support from her close friend - Miss Ngoc Han when Ngoc Han decided to sponsor not only her costumes but also 44 Ao Dai for the whole Vietnamese symphony orchestra.

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Dinh Hoai Xuan confided,   When starting to organize this program, she determined to face a lot of difficulties and pressures. However, she sees it as motivation and is determined not to give up. In fact, when organizing the program to number 3, , she saw countless difficulties from the financial economy could not afford to pay for all and was about to stop to find a better direction but it was the intense love of Cello that did not allow her to stop.

“I have shared with my brothers and sisters, teachers and everyone together to help, for example GS, my teacher from Romania, this time went home empty-handed. Normally, he still had to buy another plane ticket for Cello, but this time I borrowed Mr. Thanh Phuc's guitar for GS to perform, so the cost was reduced somewhat. Those are just very small details, but each person made this 4 Cello Concert with one hand. And I find that on this road many times I feel lonely and lost, but it is at such times that I realize that I am not lost at all, there are still many people who support me.” – Dinh Hoai Xuan said emotionally.

Choosing to go her own way, although arduous but special, Dinh Hoai Xuan confessed, deep in her heart, she always understands that she wants to get closer to the public through classical music in today's music market. must be easy. However, she is not impatient and still makes efforts to find ways to bring classical music closer to the public.

Artist Dinh Hoai Xuan came to music at the age of 10 and loved and attached to Cello from the very first day. She was the valedictorian of Violoncello at Hue Conservatory of Music in 2005. She graduated with a Master's degree in Violoncello performance from the Vietnam Academy of Music in 2012 and won a dual PhD scholarship from the Vietnamese and Romanian Governments for majoring Cello performance at the National University of Music Bucharest, Romania.

Dinh Hoai Xuan has released many MVs, including the musical film "Towards Hanoi" (Hoang Duong) with a great investment in budget. The product launched on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the capital caused a great resonance in the domestic music market.

The album "Khuc phieu du mot doi" released by Dinh Hoai Xuan includes 8 songs by musician Trinh Cong Son, which were arranged for the cello and semi-classical orchestra to perform in 2013 also marks the effort and love of this beautiful talented artist. She has toured in many parts of the world such as Italy, Spain, Greece, Russia, Australia... and was also a member of the Southeast Asian Youth Symphony Orchestra (2006).