Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra Brings Back Precious Memories for a Deputy Director

September 19, 2017

“Every music piece allowed me to visualize something different, for some I felt the vibrant, rising sun, and for the others, I felt man’s masculinity.” 
 

“The concert brought back memories of my trip to Mogao Caves in Dunhuang more than 10 years ago. The overlapping of the music together with my memories, during the performance, helped me appreciate how precious it was that a monk [whom I met in Mogao] was slowly becoming enlightened.” 
 

“Normally in a performance the symphony orchestra takes the leading role. But for Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra, flutes and clarinets took the back seat while the erhu took the lead in the performance. I believe this combination of the Eastern and Western instruments is what makes up a true symphony orchestra.” 
 

“This music will become the heart of how music develops in the future.” 
 

“Especially from the hand gestures and body movements, I felt like the conductor was speaking to me personally.” 
 

“This is a must-see concert, for this is an important moment for inspiring people to a new level of music.” 

Kim Byeong-hyeon, company deputy director
Goyang Aram Nuri Concert Hall, Goyang, Asia
Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra
September 18, 2017