The DPA Orchestra
A professional musician was stunned by Shen Yun: "I couldn’t even imagine they you could put [classical Western and Chinese instruments] together and so well, so [much] [...]
In a unique way the Shen Yun Performing Arts orchestra combines classical western with traditional Chinese instruments.
An interview with Ms. Chen Ying, conductor of the Shen Yun Performing Arts New York Company orchestra.
Shen Yun is unique in the way it presents a deep understanding of traditional Chinese culture while acknowledging the importance of accessibility for Western audiences.
The Divine Performing Arts Orchestra captured Mr. Singer's attention. “Oh it's terrific, it's a wonderful orchestra."
"[The] choreography is great, the imagery is wonderful, the costumes, I think it's a world class performance. I really do”.
"It's a perfectly pleasant experience.”
The suona often takes on the lead role and adds to the Divine Performing Arts Orchestra's distinctive Chinese flavor.
“I used to [play the trumpet] a lot here in Boston, so I can recognize a good orchestra when I see it.'
"The composer is a great man and he arranged well the work."
The Divine Performing Arts (DPA) at the War Memorial Opera House on Thursday Dec. 8, and Mr. Hogan, director of a youth symphony ...
Torontonians feasted their eyes and ears on a one-of-a-kind show Wednesday night.
The unique combination of Chinese and Western instruments in the orchestra has won world praise.