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LiveSpace Vietnam gathers underground artists
Thuy Duong 05:34, 2021/01/19
LiveSpace Vietnam is the first non-profit professional music training project in Vietnam, creating opportunities for talented artists and bands to facilitate their professional music career.

LiveSpace Vietnam, a playground launched by L’Espace, Moonsoon Music Festival and The Thao & Van Hoa newspaper, is calling for the participation of talented Vietnamese underground music bands from January 7 to February 28, and from April 1 to May 30.

A press conference has been orginised recently to introduce LiveSpace Vietnam at L'Espace, No 24 Trang Tien street, Hanoi. Photo: Thuy Duong

According to the Director of the French Institute, Mr. Thierry Vergon, the rapid growth of the Internet and media today easily allow young artists to introduce a variety of online content on a number of platforms. However, building a real roadmap that allows young artists to become professional is still beyond their capacities.

In the context of a rapidly growing digital environment, there are more and more artists and bands joining the music markets, meaning there will be more competitions and challenges facing young artists. It’s really difficult for them to find their way into audience’s heart.

The Limebócx band performed at the debut perfomance of LiveSpace Vietnam on 16 January.

“The Vietnamese music scene has not yet met all the necessary conditions and factors to create a favorable environment, allowing new talents to reach out the international market,” said Mr. Thierry Vergon director of L'Espace.

Accordingly, LiveSpace Vietnam opens up a dynamic and unique space for music where young artists can learn and develop further as they pursue their music career.

Participating in LiveSpace Vietnam project, local artists and bands will have an opportunity to perform in the concert hall of Institut français de Hanoi - L'Espace. They will be assisted in the studio recording and production and attend workshops led by the industry’s international and local specialists. 

Chu Ca Lo boyband performed at L'Espace - the French Institute in Hanoi.

The winning artists will also receive an exclusive contract to distribute Fast Track with Believe Service; the opportunity to perform at Monsoon Music Festival 2021 and other stages  nationwide.

The project's first performance of the three music bands of Limebócx, Chu Ca Lo and Nhung dua tre The kids) on January 16 at L’Espace marked the first ever concert organized by LiveSpace Vietnam.

With the enthusiasm and burning passion for music, the young artists and audience had created an unforgettable concert at the Auditorium of the French Institute in Hanoi - L’Espace. 

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