Vietnam music is sophisticated encompassing traditional folk music & art performances and modern music called Vpop. Vietnamese predecessors created long-lasting music like "don ca tai tu", "cheo", "ca tru" and unique music instruments namely "dan bau", "dan co" which become the valuable intangible and tangible heritage of Vietnam. While attempting to preserve those values, at present time, the music industry of Vietnam has updated and developed quickly to keep pace with and reach out to the world.
Royal Court Music
Imperial court music is an integral entertainment form in the Vietnamese court during feudal times.
Ca Tru Singing
Originated from a form of entertainment in royal palace, Ca tru flourished in the 15th century in Vietnam and was branched out into being performed in communal houses, inns and private homes.
Quan Ho - Alternate Singing
Quan ho is a genre of Vietnamese folk music, which is often performed in spring festivals in the north of Vietnam.
Hat Chau Van
Originated in the Red River delta and dating back to the 16th century, Chau Van is a Vietnamese folk music that is classified as ritual music since it is performed in the practice of “len dong”.
Food for Tet Holiday
What Vietnamese usually eat for Tet holiday.
New Year’s Flowers
Traditional flowers for Tet holiday.
New Year’s Wishes
What people often wish each other