Tri Minh started his career as a performing artist in the early 1990s, when he co-initiated Hanoi’s first jazz band, which performed for years in various venues across Vietnam’s capital. In the late 1990s, Tri Minh started experimenting with electronic music through collaborations with international artists performing as a solo artist and in various forms of collaborations in Vietnam and Europe. The international artists and groups include: Mouse on Mars, and Robert Henke (DE), Dfuse (UK), Robin Scanner (UK), Sweet Suzie and Manni Montana (AUS) etc. In the mid and late 2000s, Tri Minh started sampling his own recordings and sounds and started mixing in and performing with various constellations of traditional and later also classical Vietnamese artists. An example of his newer works is his ongoing collaboration with Michael Møller (DK) a two Vietnamese traditional music artists on the project ‘Hanoi recitals’. In recent years, Tri Minh has also started performing live with modern and performance dance groups and composing for documentary and short films. His performances span from small intimate sit-down concerts to large DJ dance performances for thousands of people in his own productions and for festivals and private companies.
Through his varied and extensive performances, collaborations, and compositions Tri Minh has become an experienced electronic music performer and an expert in studio works and in collaborations between artists from different countries and cultures and musical fields.