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The opening ceremony of National Television Festival will be marked by jovial atmosphere

by Hồng Quân10 December 2019 Last updated at 00:00 AM

VTV.vn - The opening ceremony, to take place on December 11, will officially mark the beginning of the 39th National Television Festival in Nha Trang City, Khanh Hoa Province.

During the past few days, the production crew of VTV’s Music and Art Department and the singers and artists are actively preparing for the opening night.

Revealing about the opening program, Nguyen Vong Ngan - Head of Music and Arts Department, Vietnam Television - said: "The opening ceremony will be staged in the spirit of honoring the passion and creativity of TV workers as well as reflect the challenges that broadcasters have to overcome. It will be hosted by Thuy Linh and Danh Tung. "

Nguyen Vong Ngan also said that the music repertoire of the 39th opening ceremony of the National Television Festival would be modern but still imbued with the Vietnamese identity. Singers who became famous from from Sao Mai 2019 TV contest such as Truong Thuy Duong, Quach Mai Thy and the champion of the Voice of Vietnam 2019 Kieu Minh Tam ... will perform in the art shows of the opening ceremony.

Not only featuring the elaborate performances, the opening ceremony of the 39th National TV festival also included reports summarizing the success of the television industry, honoring the creation of television workers and the beautiful images of Nha Trang city.

The Opening Ceremony of the 39th National Television Festival will take place at 10:10 am on December 11, 2019 at the Conference Center of Khanh Hoa Province and will be broadcast live on VTV1. The Closing Ceremony and Award Ceremony will be held at 20:00 on December 14, 2019 and will be broadcast live on the channel of Khanh Hoa Television and on VTV1 at 14h10 the next day.

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