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Commissioner: Shen Yun is Exactly What We Needed in This Pandemic

NTD News
NTD News
Some people might feel uncomfortable coming out to see a grand performance during this pandemic. But the audience of the classical Chinese dance performance Shen Yun says it’s exactly what they needed–especially during this pandemic. "I think it should take it all over the country and the world. It should be seen by everybody," said Douglas Beck, business development director at The Wilson Group. Throughout the week, Shen Yun continued to perform in various cities around the world, touching the hearts of people from all walks of life. "It was absolutely beautiful. We loved every minute of it," said John Wilkins, a former professor at Colorado State University. "It's so vivid, so alive, so, so beautifully done. I am just absolutely enthralled with everyone," said County Commissioner Perry Buck. "I'm honored to be here." Shen Yun features all-original compositions with a unique mix of classical Eastern and Western instruments. "Orchestra sounded amazing," said Marylène Gingras-Roy, the acting assistant principal viola from the Pittsburgh Orchestra. "The music was dreamlike, the live orchestra was incredible, and the singers were fantastic. I loved everything," said Natalie Derndorfer, a finance executive who saw Shen Yun in Salzburg, Austria.
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