Owner of Luxury Real Estate Firm ‘Really Enjoyed’ Shen Yun

NEW YORK–After seeing Shen Yun Performing Arts on April 26, at Lincoln Center, Cindy Booth said she would recommend it to anyone.

“The performance is just wonderful, the dancers are great, the costumes are beautiful, the music was lovely, so I really, really enjoyed it,” said Ms. Booth.

Ms. Booth is founder and owner of Towne & Country Properties, the oldest and most well-established luxury real estate firm in the Greater Hudson Valley. She also used to be an actress.

Ms. Booth was not the only real estate professional attending the performance at Lincoln Center. Elizabeth Guerrero, a real estate agent, thought the singing in Shen Yun “was amazing.”

“I cried, had some tears in my eyes,” said Ms. Guerrero.

The sopranos and tenors of Shen Yun sing all-original compositions that are “brimming with philosophical reflection about human life and containing deep layers of meaning,” according to the company’s website.

“The texts go beyond the boundaries of nation, race, and culture, and have been fondly received and appreciated the world over,” it adds. “Some audience members have even expressed that Shen Yun’s vocal pieces are reminiscent of sacred music, calling them ‘hymns.’”

The mission of New York-based Shen Yun is to revive 5,000 years of China’s divinely inspired culture.

“For 5,000 years divine culture flourished in the land of China,” the company’s website states. “Humanity’s treasure was nearly lost, but through breathtaking music and dance, Shen Yun is bringing back this glorious culture.”

Reporting by NTD Television and Ivan Pentchoukov

New York-based Shen Yun Performing Arts has three touring companies that perform simultaneously around the world. For more information, visit ShenYunPerformingArts.org

Shen Yun’s New York Company will be performing at Lincoln Center through April 28.

The Epoch Times considers Shen Yun Performing Arts the significant cultural event of our time. We have proudly covered audience reactions since Shen Yun’s inception in 2006.