Montreal’s artistic community came out in droves to welcome Shen Yun Performing Arts back to their city.
Richard Brotto watched Shen Yun Performing Arts for the second time on Sunday Jan. 6, 2013.
International fashion designer and model Julia Larina enjoyed Shen Yun at Montreal's Place des Arts Jan. 6.
Former Quebec assistant deputy minister Normand Bolduc drove three hours from Quebec City to catch Shen Yun perform.
The soothing sound of erhu brought "immense" joy to Mr. Fairbain.
Sonia Trudel, the VP of Finance at the Old Port of Montreal Corporation, bought tickets for her whole family.
Combat actress Marie Markovic enjoyed her time with Shen Yun Performing Arts on Sunday.
Multidisciplinary artist Lydia Schrufer said Shen Yun's visual cues could transport the audience to another place.
Canadian jazz singer and actress Lynne Hamilton was brought to tears Saturday as she listened to the music of Shen Yun.
Former ballet dancer and violin player Stephanie Nazon said she enjoyed every minute of Shen Yun.
Writer and painter Pascale Quiviger was inspired by the graceful movements and profound beauty in Shen Yun.
Claude Darmond enjoyed Shen Yun at the Place des Arts Saturday night.
Jeff Lalonde, a technology director, enjoyed Shen Yun Performing Arts in Montreal on Saturday evening.
Mr. Carl Larochelle, managing director of a Montreal-based company, thinks that Shen Yun shows the full Chinese history.
“The passage of time, the challenges, the philosophy, all of it is very relevant if you think of yourself"
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Lucien Bouchard and his wife, Monique, enjoyed Shen Yun Performing Arts at Place des Arts in Montreal on Jan. 4.
Warm applause and a standing ovation welcomed the Divine Performing Arts World Tour at the Place des Arts in Montreal.
"In this show, what's brought out is the original, pure culture of China."