American Japanese violin talent, Goto Ryu, will perform in a Paganini concert at the Hanoi Opera House on June 24-25.
Goto Ryu is just 22 years old but his talent is well-known in many international music programmes. He is now the final year physics student from Harvard University, with great devotion to encouraging young artists in the world. He is also the founder of Goto Ryu scholarship for the most outstanding artists.
During the Paganini concert, Goto Ryu will perform Niccolo Paganini’s concerto No 1 with three chapters. The legend of Italy is also considered the founder of modern violin style.
In addition, audiences will also have an opportunity to enjoy masterpieces from other Italian musicians including “The Italian in Algeria” by Rossini” and “Mozart of Italy” and “Antiche Danze ed Arie III” by Respighi.