Starting September this year, Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra will begin their 2018 global tour, starting at such renowned concert theatre as Roy Thomson Hall (Toronto, Canada) and Carnegie Hall (New York, United States). Accentuating the beauty of ancient Chinese instruments amidst the grandeur of a Western symphony, Shen Yun Performing Arts draws upon the 5,000 years of civilization of mankind with an unparallelled music.
“It’s true that when listening to the violin, especially at those abrupt rests, naturally, my tears ran down my face.” – Mr. Tran Ninh Ho – Poet of Vietnam Writers’ Association – was moved recalling his feelings at a tea reception organized by Viet My Traditional Culture Co. to introduce Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra at Sheraton Hanoi Hotel on June 9th. Other distinguished guests also shared their impression:
Mr. Shinichi Asazuma- Minister at the Embassy of Japan: “It’s pretty interesting and comfortable.”
Assoc. Prof., PhD. Cu Le Duyen- Dean of Faculty of Theorizing – Composing – Conducting at Hanoi Conservatory of The Vietnam National Academy of Music: “This music is the perfect combination of the East and the West. Audience no longer distinguishes which one is East and which one is West.”
People’s Artist Lan Huong – Meritorious Artist Do Ky: “Today although we just had the chance to learn some introduction of Shen Yun music through video clips, I’m already so eager to watch them perform firsthand.”
Mr. Tran Ninh Ho – Poet of Vietnam Writers’ Association: “It’s true that when listening to the violin, especially at those abrupt rests, naturally, my tears ran down my face.”
Mr. Bao Trung – Musician: “I really admire them. Those artists are so talented.”
Mr. Ho Tu – Deputy director of management board of Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism: “I found it so impressive!”