100-year-old London Symphony Orchestra to perform in Hanoi

The London Symphony Orchestra based in London, UK will give a performance in Hanoi on March 4.

The outdoor concert will be 60 minutes long and taken place at Ly Thai To statue flower garden.

The world-renowned orchestra includes 95 talented artists from all over the world under the baton of top conductor Elim Chan.

Established in 1094, the oldest of London's symphony orchestras performs over 140 concerts a year, including 70 international performances in all over the world.

Hanoi is one of the destinations in the orchestra’s Asian tour in this year.

The concert is co-organized by the National flagship carrier Vietnam Airlines and Hanoi’s authorities to promote culture and tourism in the capital.

By Mai An – Translated by Kim Khanh

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