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12/5/2018 10:59:50 AM

Enjoy music and support children with congenital heart defects

A charity concert with the new way to perform music by storytelling method in "The Music Storytelling Concert" will be held on December 8 from 6pm – 8pm at International School HCMC Secondary campus.

The concert is hosted by International School HCMC Secondary campus, No. 1 Xuan Thuy Street, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City, with the collaboration of Heartbeat Vietnam and Director - Korean Violinist Jmi Ko.

This event is the first launch of The Vietnam International Youth Music (Orchestra, Choir, and Piano) - a young group of international and Vietnamese students living and studying in Ho Chi Minh City. They come from all over the world but have the one similar love - the love for music.

Over the past several weeks, more than 40 members of The Vietnam International Youth Orchestra and Choir have been practiced so hard to bring to the audience a night of joyful and various emotional ensembles.

"I wanted to share my love of music, especially classical music with all the listeners through this new musical storytelling," shared Artist Jmi Ko.

In particular, donations and ticket sales from the concert will be sent to Heartbeat Vietnam to provide heart surgeries to children with congenital heart defects.

For each event ticket, you will donate at least VND 100,000 or USD 4.3 (Adults) and VND 50,000 or USD 2.15 (Children) to the program.

You can get the ticket or donate to the program in the several ways. You can buy tickets directly at Heartbeat Vietnam office at 14E21 Thao Dien, Thao Dien Ward, Quan 2 or buy tickets online via Fanpage and then receive tickets at the door when attending the event.

You also can donate money via bank to The VinaCapital Foundation. Account Number: 007 100 574 4984 (VND) - 0071374780113 (USD) - Vietcombank - Ho Chi Minh City branch

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Heartbeat Vietnam is a program sponsored by The VinaCapital Foundation that started in 2006 supporting heart operations to save poor Vietnamese children aged 18 or under./.

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