Artist Duc Dau and Phu Dong percussion band introduced and performed typical features of some typical ethnic musical instruments of different regions… 250 students from the Commune University The Association and Humanities Faculty of History, Open University, Faculty of Oriental Studies, especially with the attention of Go Vap District’s leadership, created conditions for music teachers to bring typical students from 12 junior high schools. Headquarters of Go Vap District to the City Museum to attend
This is one of the activities of the City Museum, responding to 2011 “Year for Children”, “Year of Youth” and continuing to contribute to the implementation of the joint plan of the Department of Culture, Tourism and Sports. and the Department of Education and Training on building “Friendly School – Active Students”…
Artist Duc Dau presents and interacts with students
The symposium and the exchange between students and artist Duc Dau achieved many results reflected in the many impressions recorded by the students in the Impressions of Visiting the Museum. City.
Students from Ly Tu Trong High School, Go Vap:
Sincere thanks to the Museum of Ho Chi Minh City and the Organizing Committee for giving us the opportunity to participate in a very meaningful program. Through this time, we love more and more the Vietnamese national identity, which is both diverse and rich. We very much admire the talent and love of art of artist Duc Dau.
Students from Nguyen Du High School, Go Vap :
At Nguyen Du School, we would like to thank the Organizing Committee for creating conditions for us to understand more of a beauty of the Vietnamese nation – Central Highlands gong music. At the same time learn more about the history of the country. Not only that, we can also see and participate in playing musical instruments. Once again, I would like to thank the Organizing Committee very much. If possible, we would like to invite the band to visit and perform for teachers and students to see. Best wishes to the artists and the Organizing Committee.
Students of Ho Chi Minh City Open University:
On behalf of Ho Chi Minh City Open University. We would like to express our sincere thanks to the Ho Chi Minh City Museum. Today comes the talk show “Aspects of Vietnamese national musical instruments”. We feel that the echoes of the Central Highlands forest land are beautiful and very rich. Moreover, we feel very impressed about our nation from time immemorial, our forefathers always know how to create opportunities to sublimate emotions to find their own happiness in everyday life. through the musical instrument creations we’ve just seen.
If you only learn the theories without going with the reality to feel the vivid essence, it will be very boring. But Ho Chi Minh City Museum has eliminated that old tradition, not only exhibiting images of gongs in the Central Highlands, but also engaging with a talk in harmony with Vietnamese national musical instruments, all of which have creating a valuable lesson that left us with an indelible impression. And we hope that the aunts and uncles in the Organizing Committee will create conditions for us to have more face-to-face exchanges like this, helping us to expand our understanding and love for our nation.