Saturday, 18 Nov 2017

British International School Hanoi present Benefit Concert

Updated at Friday, 12 May 2017, 14:45
The Hanoitimes - British International School (BIS) Hanoi will present an evening of classical music named Benefit Concert.
The concert featuring performances by talented BIS students with some very special guests, including Benjamin Moermond – principal bassoonist of the Hong Kong Philharmonic and an active teacher and performer throughout Asia.
Benefit Concert take place on May 17.
Benefit Concert take place on May 17.
Moermond will join BIS Hanoi as Juilliard Visiting Artist - part of BIS Hanoi’s collaboration with the Juilliard School. The concert will also have May Piano Duet – acclaimed performers Pham Quynh Trang and Tran Thi Tam Ngoc.
All proceeds will go to BIS Hanoi’s community partners, some of which include Tam Dao Bear Sanctuary, Blue Dragon, SOS Village, School on a Boat, and Education for Nature Vietnam.
Hosted by the National Academy of Music, this promises to be an enjoyable evening and a wonderful opportunity to see our talents on a big stage while raising funds for worthy causes. The concert will be held at Vietnam National Academy of Music, 77 Hao Nam Street, Dong Da District, Hanoi on May 17th.
The British International School (BIS) Hanoi, is a selective, independent, co-educational day school that provides a British style education for an international student body in the vibrant and cultured city of Hanoi.
In August 2012 the British Vietnamese International School Hanoi with Mr Anthony Rowlands as its Founding Principal was opened by the “BIS Group of Schools in Vietnam”. It operated as a dual language school in the Long Bien area of Hanoi on a new housing development called Vinhomes Riverside.
The school was the second BVIS school to open with the first being in HCM City the previous year. Following the opening of a third BVIS school in the Royal City Complex, Hanoi a strategic decision regarding educational provision was made by the BIS Group of Schools.
It was decided that BVIS Vinhomes Riverside would offer a full International programme and that BVIS Royal City would remain as the dual language school. This meant that both educational programmes could be offered by the BIS Group in Hanoi which mirrored the provision already in place in HCM City. Therefore, from August 2014 the school began operating as the British International School, Hanoi.
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