Phù Sa Lab
Phù Sa Lab is where many independent artists often visit to exchange and create arts.
The hub consists of a recording studio, experimental theatre and a Ca Trù theatre, which regularly host new traditional and folk art performances using traditional instruments.
Phu Sa Lab preserves the traditional Ca Trù performed by Kim Đức Ca Trù School. In addition, it is also a hub for independent artists to develop and create contemporary art programmes such as Lời Của Tre and Chém Gió.
- Lời Của Tre (The Bamboo Talk) is an eclectic combination of traditional and contemporary art by the independent artist community of Phu Sa Lab. The creativity of new bamboo instruments and Big Jar Drum with folk instruments and saxophone sets a new level of performance standard in Vietnam that is full of passion and enthusiasm. It contains a strong message on nature, religion and society.
- Chém Gió (The Gossip) is a concert of jazzman Quyen Thien Dac, Jew’s harp artist Nguyen Duc Minh and Do Band. It is where the Jazz storm meets the tropical monsoon.