Ms. Bengolea, a technical designer for various performances in the region, said it is nice to experience “a culture that we do not fully know” in the West.
“What Shen Yun transmits, I love it, because it reaches me like something that allows you to enter into a particular world,” she said. “It’s like a dream-like sensation.”
“Argentina always brings good luck to shows,” Susana Romero said, particularly performances that come from another country.
Mrs. Mandelbaum said that seeing Shen Yun was like “entering a special place.”
Alex Scaleira lost himself in the beauty of Shen Yun.
What struck Mr. Elias the most though, was how Shen Yun traverses the globe every year, stopping in major cities such as London, Paris, Sydney and New York, but cannot at this [...]
Shen Yun Performing Arts has been gracing the stage at Teatro Ópera Citi for an eight day run through Dec. 21.
Mariano Balloni: "The stories—this is the story of China—the orchestra and singers, everything is magnificent.”
“If you could take this to Peru I would be delighted,” Ms. Fatima Pardo said, adding that she would “immediately” spread the word about the performance.
After seeing Shen Yun Performing Arts, Irina Zyrianova, former prima ballerina with the St. Petersburg Ballet, wants to come out of retirement.
After seeing the performance, on Dec. 19 at Teatro Ópera Citi, Silvia Ferreira said, “I’m dazzled.”
Argentinian model, actress, and presenter Ingrid Grudke: “I think it's mainly a respect for their profession, to dance, and they achieve excellence with a lot of self discipline."
What was transmitted by Shen Yun, said Mrs. Victoria Colosio, was “spectacular, overwhelming.”
Argentine cultural manager Raquel Quintana: “I loved the show, amazing. The choreography, the dresses, the dances, everything … ."
Award-winning Argentinian actor Hugo Arana: "It cleanses you. It purifies you. It’s very beautiful.”