Ca Tru (Ceremonial singing) to be taken back to Hanoians

Ca Tru (Ceremonial singing) to be taken back to Hanoians

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"Taking Ca Tru back" was the theme of the programme which was held by Thang Long Ca Tru Club at the Heritage House, 87 Ma May, on October 5.

The programme aimed to take ca tru heritage back to the lives of Hanoi people, becoming an elegant hobby for people who want to find themselves in Ca Tru.

Through this programme, the managing board of Hanoi Old Quarter and the Thang Long Club also wanted to introduce Ca Tru, a kind of traditional arts and a world cultural heritage, to numerous domestic and foreign tourists discovering Hanoi’s ancient district.

Mr. Pham Van Nhan, a Vietnamese Overseas in America said: “I have loved Ca Tru since I were small. During this visit to Vietnam, I enjoyed ca tru again, and I found that ca tru isn’t practised anywhere else in the world, so we should to our best to preserve it.”

Mrs. Pham Thi Hue, the Chairman of Thang Long Ca Tru Club said their main place for performances is at Quan De temple, 28 Hang Buom. Playing at Heritage House at 87 Ma May is designed to bring the art of ca tru closer to people and tourists.

Visitors will have an opportunity to enjoy traditional Vietnamese music every evening of week. It aims to take Ca Tru nearer to visitors and Hanoi people alike. (Source: CPV)

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