Art programme hymns Party’s glorious 93-year history

The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Online Newspaper held a special art programme at the Au Co Arts Centre in Hanoi, on January 13 under the theme ‘Maintain absolute trust in the Party’.
A performance at the programme. (Photo: laodong.vn)
A performance at the programme. (Photo: laodong.vn)

The 90-minute programme gathered the participation of People’s Artist Quoc Hung, Meritorious Artist Ploong Thiet, singers Bich Hong, Lan Quynh, and Sen Hoang My Lan, as well as the choir from the Vietnam National Academy of Music.

The artists brought to the stage 14 performances hymning the glorious 93-year history of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), as well as the remarkable achievements that the country has gained under the leadership of the CPV.

The songs and dances also praised President Ho Chi Minh and the beauty of Vietnamese land and culture.

A reportage entitled ‘Spring of Aspiration’ was screened at the programme, asserting Vietnamese people’s absolute trust in the Party’s clear-sighted leadership, which is the decisive factor to every success of the Vietnamese revolutionary cause.

The programme aimed to inspire national pride and patriotism among viewers, thus consolidating the national great unity bloc and calling for a joint effort, to realise the Resolution of the 13th National Party Congress.

NDO