Modern Dancing

Vietnamese modern dance started developing around 1945. It consists of a combination of materials; some from the folk dance period and others from the new era.

Some of the dance styles which were derived from the folk dance period include the umbrella dance, khen dancing, the Cham dance, and the peacock dance. In recent years, the Vietnamese modern dance has absorbed international and European classical influences, especially in dances to accompany popular music

See Also

Throwing a sacred ball through the ring (nem con)
Xam Song
The game of squares (O an quan)
Villages – Guilds
Rija Festival Music
Releasing pigeons (tha chim)
The Game of the Dragon-Snake (rong ran)
Water Puppets
Tranh zither
Traditional Wedding Music of the Khmer