The Music One opera house, which is an upgraded version of the old VOH hall, will feature 350 seats with a brand-new lighting and music system.
The lobby, which has been redecorated in a cozy, elegant style, will be used for musical exhibitions.
The opera house will stage musicals, plays, and performances of don ca tai tu (Southern folk music) and cai luong (reformed opera), Nguyen Trong Tri, Deputy Director of VOH, said.
“The plan to open the opera house has been on the table for many years, with the aim of building a standard music space where artists can perform and bring the light of theater and VOH to the public, so they can better appreciate artistic values,” he added.
Musician Duc Thinh, Director of Music One, said that, apart from serving traditional musical performances, the opera house would hold music festivals, singing competitions and other music programs that engage listeners via radio and social media.
VOH will hold a special musical night to celebrate the launch of Music One opera house on July 15.
In 1997, the VOH radio station launched a radio program called Lan song xanh (Blue Wave) which promoted Vietnamese pop music.
For two decades, the program has introduced many singers and songwriters who have gained a large following among the public, especially young people.