VANCOUVER, British Columbia—Shen Yun Performing Arts completed its sixth performance at Queen Elizabeth Theatre to an audience full of appreciation for the dance company.
Welcoming Spring and Dragon Spring Drummers were among the dances singled out for praise by the theatregoers who attended the Monday night show.
“The one with the flowers, with the green and that beautiful, vibrant pink is my favourite. Georgeous,” said Mrs. Bruno.
“The drums are my favourite, very good,” said her husband, Mr. Bruno, a radio personality who has been involved in broadcasting for the Italian community for more than three decades. He also serves on the boards of a several Vancouver organizations.
Shen Yun performances are filled with large-scale choreographed classical Chinese dance numbers of amazing variety and depth. Each dance presents something new and innovative.
“It’s beautiful, the variety. I’m really, really enjoying it—very, very beautiful,” said Mrs. Bruno.
Audiences of any background can readily appreciate and enjoy Shen Yun. The quality of the show transcends all boundaries.
“I really appreciate the dance, it was beautiful. The costumes are great, and it is a very beautiful show,” said Mr. Coloma, a sculptor.
Each dance performance is accompanied by a unique live orchestra featuring Western and Chinese instruments.
“It is a very beautiful performance. The music is great,” said Mr. Coloma.
Shen Yun will present four more shows in Vancouver before going on to Calgary, Edmonton, and Regina.
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