by The Six Tones group, composer Tri Minh and Canadian musician John Oliver
As a response to the recent pandemic and how live performance in concert venues have become a rarity, as well as international traveling is hardly possible, musicians from Canada, Sweden and Vietnam will meet over the internet for a special performance. While Ngô Trà My (monochord) - one of The Six Tones' founding members and Trí Minh (live electronics) will perform at Manzi for the audience in person, the rest of the group including Nguyễn Thanh Thuỷ (zither), Stefan Östersjö (guitar and bottom flock), Henrik Frisk (electronics) and John Oliver will be joining the concert from Sweden and Canada.
The performance also celebrates the release of Listening to the Other, a new book by Stefan Östersjö, and Isolation Journal, a new album by John Oliver and Östersjö. Films related to the release will be screened at Manzi prior to the concert performance.
Money from the surcharge goes toward artists and covers organisational costs.
Artists Ngô Trà My and Trí Minh will perform live on the second floor.
This event is part of Manzi's Art Programme supported by the Goethe-Institut.
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||Networked performance across three continents with The Six Tones, Trí Minh and John Oliver