Trinh Nam Son is an outstanding Vietnamese singer-composer in the Vietnamese community. Though starting late for a music career (this was how people used to tell him), he did not see age as an obstacle with his goal. He began studying composition in his late twenties at the Dick Grove School Of Music. After this time and thereafter, his fresh musical approach has created a new horizon for the new generation of Vietnamese youth and the Vietnamese community as a whole (as he was told after he became well known).

During his school years, he studied composition, orchestration, and conducting with famous film composers such as Henry Mancini, Bill Conti, Alan Ferguson,Dick Grove, Roger Steinman, Jack Feiberman, and David Angel. Under the tutelage of such great musicians, he began to write many marvelous pieces of instrumental music as well as beautiful songs and lyrics. His composition skill is demonstrated through many different styles and types. From mambo, swing, Dixie to funk, rock, and hiphop. Contemporary pop to classical. From Jazz combo & Big Band to full size orchestra.

Graduating in 1986 as an honor student, Mr. Trinh went back to his community and single-handedly built a new trend of Vietnamese contemporary music (per the audience). He has continually produced album after album for the Vietnamese people to enjoy. The way he expressed the songs through his warm voice has touched the heart and soul of the Vietnamese audience the world over. Many of his songs became top hits and his singing career soared, since then he has performed widely throughout The United States, East and West Europe, and Canada.

Contact: P.O Box 726, N. 9th Street, San-Jose, CA 95112 or E-Mail

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