“The songs were beautiful,” said opera singer Andrzej Jurkiewicz.
“It's Chinese culture portrayed in a very different way than how most media around the world will do it, or like what I saw when I went to China,” Mr. Dybalski said of Shen Yun.
"My daughter told me that this is a fairy tale. She dreams that this is her fairy tale."
"I am under the impression that when you listen to it the beauty becomes real and overwhelming to the point that it is difficult to describe it in words."
Mr. Urbanek was particularly impressed by the erhu solo, describing it as "something wonderful, with beautiful feeling."
"It was very colourful and optimistic performance. It was very, very good."
"Here we were really shown the true—I think—Chinese culture.”
Marysia said she also liked the show and would definitely like to see it again next year.
Grazyna Wodziejewska Kucina was truly amazed by the colourful digital backdrops and likened them to scenery from a fairy tale.
“That is mind-blowing, how with dance, you can relay so much in such a short time, also the use of props,” Piotr said.
"There was everything needed for a good performance—unbelievable memories and an unforgettable impression."
“Beauty and warmness through color ... there is the whole psychology of color,” said Beata Uminska.
"When I heard the vocal soloists or the erhu player, I closed my eyes, and could sense how the audience is breathing, the stillness in the room."
Ms. Kulik was very pleased for her son to be able to experience and enjoy a different culture. He particularly liked the scenes with the drums and the male dancers using swords.
Their daughter had been so enthusiastic after seeing yesterday's show that they had decided to come and see if for themselves.
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