BUENOS AIRES, Argentina—With the VIP reception planned hot on the heels of the forth Shen Yun performance in Buenos Aires on Wednesday, July 1, Auditorio Belgrano was filled with notable names and faces.
Mrs. García de Moreno, a National Representative in Argentina, for example, had come along and brought friends with her.
“I thought it was majestic, the coordination of the movements, the dances, it is a delight, not only for the eyes, but for the ears, the splendor and the exquisiteness of the movement,” she said. “[It was] extremely pleasant, very gratifying, and what was expressed through the dances and the movements was interpreted totally in the form that they wanted to express it to the audience.”
“Everyone has his part, everyone has his beauty and part, and his contribution, so that in reality, everyone has his magic, color and his movement and for me it was pleasing, all of the spectacle that was presented to us,” she explained.
She had brought her husband, Mr. Moreno, a University Professor, along for the show. “Well, the general idea in terms of the movements, the colors, all of the exhibited parts, show great professionalism. There is a lot of work, there is, let’s say, dedication. A spectacle of this kind is not possible without a lot of hours of training, a lot of hours of work, of practice, and above all … a certain tenderness in what is executed. This is the perception of a Westerner,” he said.
On this issue of tenderness, “It is … a delicate question,” he said. “A combination of spirituality and daily existence, to say that some images descend from the heavens … an, an apparent reoccurrence of my understanding of the soul of the people. That is the impression that it gives me,” he said.
Mr. Rojas, a Parliamentary advisor, was invited to come along with the couple. He particularly appreciated the quality of the performances. “I loved the level of preparation,” he first said. “It is noticeable that there is a high level of preparation.”
He also appreciated the Master’s of Ceremonies explaining each performance and some of the intricacies of the ancient Chinese Culture “I also really liked the explanations that they gave to those of us who don’t have access to, or a profound knowledge of the Chinese culture, which was what the artists were about to present,” he said.
“I loved it when the girl would explain to us the representation of Spring, the drums, I also was really pleased that they explained it to us, because that causes the two cultures to come together.”
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