Today’s update of Shen Yun Performing Arts’ first show on 15th of January, 2010 at Place Des Arts-Theatre Maisonneuve is by its sponsor Sound of Hope Radio Network. I’m Catherine Hennessy. Our staff reporter interviewed audience member Aniko Hill, a professor of BioChemistry. Aniko said that this is her first time to see classical Chinese dance, an ancient Chinese renaissance culture brought to the stage. She is amazed at the impact of the perfect synchronization of the Chinese and Western music, colorful costumes, the intricate yet delicate dances blend in with heaven-like scenary backdrop. When the curtain went up it just took her breath away. She said that she couldn’t find word properly describe how beautiful the stage is. Well, let me help her a little bit. She perhaps may describe the stage is like a ‘God made flower’. Aniko is also surprised by the program called Nothing Can Block The Divine Path. She is hoping that Chinese people in mainland China one day will have religious freedom like Hungarian people who are free from the communist party today.
Let’s now listen to Aniko Hill share her impressions and suprises of her first Shen Yun experience.
Shen Yun’s next stop will be at city of Hamilton Canada on 19 and 20, Mississauga Canada on 22 and 23, Memphis Tennessy USA on 19, Little Rock Arizona USA on 20, Fort Lauderdale Florida 26 and 27. To check it out for the show calendar and theatres information please visit Shen Yun Web site at http://wwww.shenyunperformingarts.com or .org Be sure to secure your seats early at a venue close to you, as shows are continuing to fill fast globally. To listen to more audience feedback programmings please visit Sound of Hope Radio Network web site at http://sohnetwork.com. Stay tuned to the next updates of Shen Yun Performing Arts. This is Catherine Hennessy with Sound of Hope Radio Network.