Music students learn experience from street shows

Monday, 18/01/2021, 22:38 [GMT+7]

Music students learn experience from street shows

Over the past time, Khanh Hoa Provincial Culture-Cinema Center has offered many opportunities for the students of the faculty of music in the province to perform in their music shows to gain experience and improve their performance skills.
 
The street music show of Khanh Hoa Provincial Culture-Cinema Center held recently at the beach park opposite Tue Tinh Street (Nha Trang City) featured the performances of Khanh Hoa University students. In around 60 minutes of the show, 14 amateur musicians and singers of the university performed confidently 15 ensemble, solos, and choruses about the spring and love. Although they were still lack of performance experience and stage performance techniques, their performances were quite engaging for the audience. “The show was quite good. It was a form of street show but had quite good quality in terms of music and singing skills,” said Tran Trung Si, (Hoang Dieu Street, Nha Trang). The fact that the show was performed by the students made it even worth encouraging, Si added.
 
 
Street performance of music students
Street performance of music students
 
Reportedly, the students performing at that show were the 3rd year to the 7th year ones of Khanh Hoa University. During their study in the university, each student is offered opportunities to perform in music shows. As the interns at the provincial Culture-Cinema Center, the students even have more chances to attend music activities. Every show, from large scale to training scale, helps the interns to learn how to perform on stage, interact with other performers and audience, improve their skills, and build up their confidence. These are really good opportunities for students to practice knowledge they have acquired from their studies.
 
Implementing their function of organizing public cultural activities and developing cultural movement at the grassroots level, the provincial Culture-Cinema Center regularly organizes activities and creates playgrounds for the music groups and clubs in the province. The center always encourages and creates favorable conditions so that each intern can participate in the activities of the center. Additionally, the center holds designed activities at appropriate scale for the interns to help them make professional progress and know more about the music career. 
 
Creating music playgrounds for music students also helps the provincial Culture-Cinema Center develop their team of artists and collaborators to enrich their shows. 
 
Giang Đinh
Translated by H.N