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VOR’s reporters discover Bac Giang’s Quan Ho folk songs

(BGO)- The reporters of the Voice of Romania visited Bac Giang province on November 19 to make a program introducing Quan Ho folk songs and local plans to preserve and develop the traditional types of music at Bac Giang Vocational School of Culture, Sport and Tourism and Bac Giang’s Cheo Theatre. This is one of the exchange activities between the Voice of Romania (VOR) and the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) on producing the programs about Vietnam’s culture and tourism. 

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At Bac Giang’s Cheo Theatre and the Vocational School of Culture, Sport and Tourism, the reporters had an opportunity to enjoy 4 types of Bac Giang’s traditional music including Quan Ho, Ca Tru, Cheo and Hat Van. Besides, they were given an introduction to these special types of culture.

VOR's reporters, Bac Giang province, Quan Ho folk songs, Voice of Romania, traditional types of music, exchange activities, Vietnam’s culture and tourism, ancient Kinh Bac region, international friends

The press delegation attends the Arts practice report at Bac Giang Vocational School of Culture, Sport and Tourism.

Situated in ancient Kinh Bac region (northern Vietnam), Bac Giang is honored to have Quan Ho and Ca Tru folk songs recognized by UNESCO as intangible heritage of the humankind. Particularly, Ca Tru is in need of “urgent protection”.

So far, Bac Giang province has carried out a number of solutions to preserve and promote values of the cultural heritage in which teaching folk songs and models of Quan Ho and Ca Tru singing clubs are paid special attention.

Vasilescu Irina Cristina, representative of the Romanian reporters said, she was impressed by the folk cultural performances in Bac Giang province. Additionally, she highly appreciated the preservation of the local cultural heritage.

After the working visit in Vietnam, the press delegation will broadcast a program on VOR to publicize this special type of music to international friends.

VOR's reporters, Bac Giang province, Quan Ho folk songs, Voice of Romania, traditional types of music, exchange activities, Vietnam’s culture and tourism, ancient Kinh Bac region, international friends

Romanian reporters experience special art performances at Bac Giang’s Cheo Theatre.

VOR, established in 1932, belongs to the Romanian Government. Currently, VOR has three main channels including news channel, cultural channel and villages’ channel. Particularly, the cultural channel is the only one for cultural news, stage and music masterpieces. This VOR’s channel attracts the largest number of audiences.

Box: In 2018, Bac Giang province received and guided 4 delegations from foreign press agencies to conduct the programs introducing land and people of Bac Giang. This is considered a useful promoting channel contributing to bringing the image of Bac Giang province closer to international friends

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VOR's reporters, Bac Giang province, Quan Ho folk songs, Voice of Romania, traditional types of music, exchange activities, Vietnam’s culture and tourism, ancient Kinh Bac region, international friends
 
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