What’s up, Weekend?

Tuan Minh
BizLIVE - Photo exhibitions and concerts in Hanoi, Hue and Ho Chi Minh City are good options for art lovers this weekends.

What’s up, Weekend?
A photo by Sebastien Laval.
Hanoi – Hue Exhibition by French Photographer
French photographer Sebastien Laval is showcasing his photos of Hanoi and Hue cities at night at Sofitel Legend Metropole in downtown Hanoi until April 24 and at MGallery La Residence Hue Hotel & Spa, Hue from April 29 to May 4.
The photographer depicts Hanoi and Hue with their alleys and railways from 6pm to 6am.
“Still Life from a Vanishing City”
Life of Yangon Myanmar is being depicted through a solo exhibition of photographer, poet and writer Elizabeth Rush, who lived in Hanoi during several years.
The exhibition is open to the public between 10am and 6 pm, running through April 29 at the Art Vietnam Gallery, located at 24 Ly Quoc Su, Hanoi.   
“Tones in the Summer” Concert and Ballet Act
The Hanoi Opera House will host a concert and ballet performance themed “tones in the summer” at 8pm on April 23 and 24.
The performance is directed by Artist of the People Pham Anh Phuong and participated by choirs and Vietnam National Opera and Ballet.
Entrances cost between 200,000 dong ($9) and 500,000 dong ($22.3) each and can be purchased either at the Hanoi Opera House or via
Story of Traditional Vietnamese Lacquer
The “Story of Traditional Vietnamese Lacquer” exhibition offers an overview of Vietnam’s lacquer profession and contemporary lacquer art, with the participation of eight artists.
The exhibition will take place at the Old Quarter Cultural Exchange Center, located at 50 Dao Duy Tu, Hanoi, from April 15 to May 2.
Clarinet Solo Performance
U.S.-trained clarinetist Tran Khanh Quang and partners will perform works by French musicians at L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien, Hanoi at 8pm on April 23.
Entrances costs between 80,000 dong and 170,000 dong.
“PSYCHE” Exhibition
Tuyp Tran’s 16 selected works are on display at Dia Projects, located at 103 Dong Khoi Street, District 1, HCM City.  
The show features mix of intricate pen, color marker illustrations on paper and wood to create labyrinthine illustrations. Tuyp Tran, born in 1988, is a self-trained Vietnamese visual artist. PSYCHE will mark Tuyp's second solo exhibition in his career.
The entrance is free.