Lily Elnaccash, a high school student, saw Shen Yun Performing Arts for the sixth year in a row on Saturday.
“The music just makes it so beautiful,” Mr. Rufus Edmisten said.
Mrs. Gregory found the digitally projected backdrops interesting and creative.
Mrs. Gabriel took delight in that the same instrument could make such a wide array of sounds for each culture.
"I'm looking forward to going home and reading the booklet so I can get even more information," sMs. Nancy Jones said. "And I hope to come back next year as well."
“It’s beautiful,” Mrs. Dawn McCreary said of the classical Chinese dance.
“I was amazed. My expectations—they were surpassed,” Mr. Milton Brown said.
“This dance is just visually stunning,” said Ms. Tina Belle, and accountant, who attended the performance with Mr. James Kempski, a real estate broker.
Business owner Steve Long: “Priceless, and the artistic performances are just phenomenal, awesome.”
Mrs. Nancy Wilson is a musician and plays the oboe. She said the Shen Yun Orchestra was a surprise and very good. “I wasn't expecting to go to the orchestra—and there it is.”
“I loved the show, completely from starting to ending,” Mr. Kuran Kumar said.
Ms. Lynn Green enjoyed the narrative dances.
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Mr. Neal said he was particularly moved by the dancers’ expressions. “The beliefs come out of their expression and today’s culture loses that.”
Obie said that he has always been a fan of Chinese culture, but Shen Yun was like breathing life into the real Chinese culture in a spectacular fashion.