BUENOS AIRES—Mr. Cristiano Rattazzi enjoyed the Monday evening performance of the 2013 season for Shen Yun Performing Arts International Company, on Dec. 17, at the Teatro Ópera Citi in Buenos Aires.
Shen Yun has 95 performers including the orchestra featuring selected Chinese instruments, a spectacular array of costumes, and a gigantic backdrop of traditional Chinese scenery that interacts with the dancers.
“This is a most beautiful performance. Total harmony—the coordination of all the dancers is extraordinary. It is the classical show of a country that has great artistic tradition,” Mr. Rattazzi said.
He admired very much the beauty of the choreography, the colors, the synchronization of the dancers and their techniques.
“I would say it is a wonderful show to go and see. Aesthetically beautiful, it is an extraordinary performance—very beautiful. Especially for those who like dance, this is something very, very beautiful,” he said.
He was very satisfied with having supported Shen Yun with an advertisement in the program and said,” I thought it was very beautiful, and it is truly a pleasure to be here.”
Reporting by Andres Auzunbud and Louise McCoy.
New York-based Shen Yun has three companies that tour the world each year on a mission to revive 5,000 years of traditional Chinese culture. For more information, visit ShenYunPerformingArts.org
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