Arts Residency program promotes experimental and contemporary music The Saigon Times Daily Wednesday, Feb 12, 2020,15:16 (GMT+7) Residency program promotes experimental and contemporary musicThe Saigon Times Daily The “Shape of Music” residency program is open to emerging artists whose practices focus on new and transdisciplinary forms of music – PHOTO: COURTESY OF ORGANIZER HCMC – Independent interdisciplinary center DomDom has announced a six-month-long residency program that aims at nurturing new authors and contributing new works to the landscape of experimental and contemporary music in Vietnam. The first edition of the program themed “Connecting Heritage”, with support from British Council’s FAMLAB Fund, grants four to five emerging artists or groups of artists to engage deeply with traditional disciplines of Vietnamese performing arts and music. During the “Shape of Music” residency, which lasts from April to October 2020, the chosen artists will receive professional mentoring from five senior artists to ideate, create and implement their new works. These new productions are to be presented in a final showcase at the end of the residency. Excellent works from these new productions would be introduced in Hanoi New Music Festival 2021. The program is open to Vietnamese emerging artists or groups of artists currently living in Vietnam, whose… Read full this story
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