Lê Thị Dung (Hòn Gai, Quảng Ninh, 5 June 1951 - 29 January 2001 at Hanoi) was a Vietnamese soprano opera singer. She was a student at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory and toured and performed widely in Eastern Europe. She won prizes at Sofia, Bulgaria 1987, Toulouse 1988 and Pyongyang. She was a member of the Hanoi Opera but also sang and recorded the works of Phú Quang
and other popular songwriters. In 1993, she became the youngest ever person to be accredited as People's Artist ("NSND"), Vietnam's top artistic award for a living artist - second only to the often posthumous Ho Chi Minh Prize.