‘The music is in our hearts, our dreams,’ Says Concertgoer After Listening to Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra

“I just had surgery. So much [of my body] hurts. And to listen to the music, I forgot about how much it hurts. They say music is a healing thing—absolutely.” 
 

“We did enjoy it. In fact, we’re looking forward to [going] to the dancing, (Shen Yun Performing Arts) … in December.” 
 

“It was beautiful. And the different instruments were wonderful.”
 

“The conductor … loved what he does, and it showed.” 

“[The vocalists were] amazing. The voice…that was just her [soprano Haolan Geng], the acoustics and her voice coming through. Just amazing—there was not a microphone—that was her. And his [tenor Tian Ge] singing was fantastic—just from the heart. And it shows. It’s very uplifting. We’re going to sleep very well tonight with that…The music [is] in our hearts, our dreams.”

Elizabeth Weldon, Boston resident
Boston Symphony Hall , Boston, United States
Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra
October 13, 2017