Administrative Assistant: ‘So close to nature’

February 24, 2009 Updated: October 1, 2015
Mr. Ahoma and his wife. (Clara An/The Epoch Times)
Mr. Ahoma and his wife. (Clara An/The Epoch Times)

ANTWERP, Belgium—Mr. Ahoma and his wife drove an hour and a half to see the Divine Performing Arts (DPA) show in the Stadsschouwburg Theatre Moday Feb.23. The theatre is famous for its musical shows.

Mr. Ahoma works for the European Commission. In his homeland, Finland, he is an engineer.

He said he liked the show. “It was very high quality. They dance very well. Because I am interested in ballet, I can see they can dance very well.

“I like the dancing and the music—the music! This orchestra and the singers are very, very good."

He found the themes “so close to nature, and they respect nature. They take a lot of figures and traditional dances from nature, birds, and flowers. I like that.

“It´s a pity that Divine Performing Arts are only here for such a short time. Next year if they come again we would be very happy to see the show again.”

The Divine Performing Arts final two shows in Antwerp, will be on Wednesday, Feb. 25.

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