Up and rising Venezuelan/Spanish songwriter and singer Grant Torres, after having Googled Tri Nguyen, contacted him to propose a collaboration for his next single. Six months after their first contact, VIENTO came to life. It is the story of travel, of love, of hope, of peace. IA story of communion between people from South America to Europe and to Asia. The Vietnamese dan tranh intertwines with the Spanish guitar, with harmonies from Europe and rhythms from Africa. A story that is sung both in Spanish and Vietnamese!

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For the second time in a row, Tri Nguyen’s music is nominated at the prestigious Independent Music Awards 2019 – NYC, USA. This year, the single “The Fourth Hour”, in collaboration with Italian Weissenborn specialist Roberto Diana is nominated in the “Best Instrumental Song” category.

ARC Music Productions, a branch of Naxos International, has just released a compilation of Tri Nguyen’s first 3 albums.
This compilation has since received encouraging reviews from around the globe and has been aired on international radios: BBC 3-UK, Concerzender FM-Netherlands, M21-Spain… and entered # 10 CFBX FM-Canada chart in World Music category.
Elsewhere magazine
Moor Magazine
More to come for other projects in the making!

Last year, Roberto, an outstanding Sardinian/Italian musician, and I had our albums selected for the first round of the 60th Grammys. We ran into each other’s music, listened, and decided that after the voting season, we would begin working together. It was “music at first sight” for both of us. We’ve just released our first single together, and full album will be out before the end of the year. More to come, more to share with you! Click to listen here!

May 2018. The “Perosi Project”. Tri Nguyen’s dan tranh begins collaboration with famous italian musician Roberto Diana on the weissenborn, another rare instrument in the musical world. Album release expected end of 2018.

February 2018. The Independant Music Awards, one of the world’s most prestigious awards in the music industry. Beyond Borders, Tri Nguyen’s third album, is in World Beat category with four other major international albums. This should be the first time that a Vietnamese artist is in the finals of an international competition.

New album Released February 3rd 2017


Music is Life. Since the origins of mankind, it has accompanied humanity through all its stages of evolution. It has always played an important part in spiritual ceremonies, rituals, celebrations, entertainment. But most of all, Music allows people from different nations, origins, backgrounds to reach out to one another. I have had the immense fortune to have been brought up in a bi-cultural background. My musical training since childhood was shared between the apprenticeship of western classical piano and ancestral traditional Vietnamese music through the Vietnamese Zither, the đàn tranh. This has allowed me to transcend “ borders” that frequently restrain different musical universes from merging. In my debut album Consonnances, I brought together the Vietnamese Zither and a classical string quartet. My second recording A Journey Between Worlds blended in the zither and the oriental Oud and percussion. But I still wanted to explore more. I wanted to reach out even further in my quest to bring music from all parts of the world together. My task was to bring vietnamese ancestral music to the encounter of instruments and traditions from other continents, while at the same time respecting the authenticity of each, in spirit or in form. In Beyond Borders, my greatest joy is to have been able to collaborate with outstanding musicians from Africa to America, from Europe to Asia. It is the continuation of my musical journeys, and I pray this will bring people of all nations together, to the understanding and mutual respect of each respective culture. I believe that Music brings peace to the soul, as it does to mankind.