Fri, 17 August 2018

ANA to Support NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo's First Concert Series in Vietnam

ANA Holdings (ANA HD) is supporting the NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo, one of Japan's most famous orchestras, for its first concert series in Vietnam.

The opening concerts of the series, the Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) concert and Hanoi concert, are set for 5 September and 7 September 2018, respectively.

Christian Tetzlaff. Photo by: © Giorgia Bertazzi. Click to enlarge.

The concerts will be performed at the Saigon Opera House and the Hanoi Opera House.

 Conducted by Michiyoshi Inoue, the program includes Eugene Onegion, Op. 24, Act III: Polonaise and Symphony No.4 in F Minor, Op. 36 by Tchaikovsky and Symphonie Espagnole, Op. 21 by Lalo. The concerts will feature world-famous violinist Christian Tetzlaff (pictured).

"ANA HD is thrilled to support the NHK Symphony Orchestra on its first concert series in Vietnam, and the timing could not be better. This year marks the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between our two countries, Japan and Vietnam. At ANA HD, we believe art and music brings people together, which is exactly what we aim to achieve with this concert series and partnership," said Naoto Takada, Executive Vice President of ANA HD.

ANA operates three flights per day from Tokyo (Haneda/Narita) to Vietnam (Hanoi/Saigon).

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