Herinda Schock: “The music is beautiful, and it really enhances the dancing, which was spectacular, wonderful.”
“I think it's a beautiful interpretation of Chinese culture and ancient history,” Mr. Raftery said.
“Beautiful” is how Doris Wight, PhD and award winning writer, described Shen Yun Performing Arts New York Company's evening performance at the Overture Center for the Arts.
“I like the colors, the choreography, the energy that the participant’s communicated, and I liked the spiritual themes,” said Stephen Pearson.
“It's beautiful, it's beautiful the way they express the culture. It's beautiful performance” was Ms. Del Pozo’s reaction to what she saw.
Mr. Edg Duveyoung felt the live orchestra was excellent as well, saying “I'm very impressed, very impressed.”
Brenda Sorenson: “I think those were colors that although they were bright and brilliant, they're definitely in nature and I think they probably strive to find the colors [...]
“One of the things that took my breath away was the very first opening number."
“I'm struck that they have three touring companies at the same time. That's quite remarkable,” Mr. Dennis Maki said.
"It’s a very, very spiritual show. It's based upon, as [it is said] in the [program] book, divine blessing, just like in the opening. It's very beautiful. I wouldn't miss this."
“It's quite a show. Fantastic, the choreography is fantastic,” said Jim Schutz.
“I especially love where you have the backgrounds of the pictures going, and the characters just seem to jump out and jump back in [the sky and/or stage]. It's just [...]
“This is my first time, and I'm very excited to be here,” Ms. Nikki Beaulieu said.
"I came not really knowing what to expect, but came with a very open mind. I'm thoroughly enjoying it. It’s wonderful!”
Invited by his son, Dr. Hart was accompanied by his wife and their great granddaughters.
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