Andrew Kennedy: “It’s a very interesting display of Chinese culture. We are seeing a lot of different ethnic groups represented, and it’s very interesting.”
Warm summer sunshine brought hundreds of tourists and city dwellers to QPAC’s Lyric Theatre to see Shen Yun Performing Arts Touring Company perform from Feb. 1-3.
Mr. Smith found "the elegance and the grace of the Chinese culture" appealing, adding that the show was "wonderful."
The couple also enjoyed the orchestral blend of Eastern and Western instruments, and the solo vocalists, in particular, “the lady singing, also, was a beautiful touch in [...]
The diverse storytelling kept Ms. Booth spellbound throughout the performance. She found the 5,000 years of Chinese culture presented in Shen Yun intriguing as it went back [...]
"I was recommended to come here by a number of friends. And my wife and myself have come up tonight and are enjoying the show immensely.”
Community Radio presenter Diana Andrews thought Shen Yun Performing Arts performance at the Lyric Theatre on Saturday night, Feb. 2, was “spectacular” and “outstanding.”
Mr. Williams said he would recommend Shen Yun to 100 percent of his friends, adding “it is well worth every cent.”
Mr. Ianusi was highly appreciative of the costuming. "I really enjoyed the show today because the elegance of the clothing."
“There’s a lot of Chinese culture that lot of the world don’t get to see, and it needs to be shown, because it’s so beautiful and humble.”
“Personally I believe that if you do good, you will get good back, so if everyone believes in that, the more chance that everyone will do good and it will make the world a [...]
"All of the costumes were amazing—so vibrant and colorful and exciting."
“We love it,” Mrs. Jacqueline Kelly said after the show. “This evening’s just been wonderful.”
“I think as a performer, you should strive to be the best you can. All of the performers in Shen Yun dance company do that. Everyone is operating as the best as they can. [...]
The program also includes solo operatic performances, and the soprano, Min Jiang, singing "Heavenly Secret" moved Ms. Tuii to tears.