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“Ionah” – A new form of performing art

November 25, 2015          1573 views
 
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(Cinet)-  Ionah, the first 3D entertainment program combing various art forms such as dance, theatre and circus entertainment has received expectation and enjoyment form some audiences in Hanoi capital, Vietnam.
Ionah is written in word of Hanoi as an art program for Hanoian people to send message of the program “Creating more change for entertainment in the capital”. Famous names in the field such as director Pham Hoang Nam, music director Quoc Trung, choreographer Tran Ly Ly, designer Nguyen Cong Tri and circus director Tong Toan Thang are expected to participate in the program, titled “Ionah”.
Ionah tells the story of a girl who falls into a surrealist world created by herself. There she meets strange people and struggles with a range of emotions. Eventually, she finds love and returns to the real world.
Scores of pictures capturing Hanoi with specific traits such as Long Bien Bridge, railway stations, pavement shops, ceramic roads, the Old Quarter as well as the daily lives of Hanoians will be on display at the program.
Scores of pictures capturing Hanoi with specific traits such as Long Bien Bridge, railway stations, pavement shops, ceramic roads, the Old Quarter as well as the daily lives of Hanoians will be on display at the program.

Some artists are some young ones, which encourages passion of various art forms such as dance, theatre and circus entertainment.
Fashion of Ionah brings a modern color. Designing house Cong Tri spends 08 months to study and fly between the Southern and the Northern region to discover some opinions of the fashion.
Art program named “Ionah” has focused on music. Artist Quoc Trung hand over music for some circus artists.
Some sounds and lights have been adjusted. Some movements of artist has been focused.
Producer Ha Nguyen Huong said Ionah is a long-nurtured project which hopes to bring new experience to audiences.
The program will be staged at the Star Galaxy Theatre & Convention Centre at No. 87 Lang Ha Street.
 

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