LOUISVILLE, Kentucky – Investment firm owner Philip Sully has been on the board of directors for the Louisville Ballet for many years, so he appreciates the quality of classical dance. Sully said what he saw on the Shen Yun Performing Arts stage was amazing.
Very diverse in talent. It’s a combination of elegance, culture and athleticism.
“Very talented and diverse. Very diverse in talent.” “And the choreography is fantastic.”
Sally felt “peace and joy” through music. Ms. Drexler said it was beautifully soothing and she felt that “she can relate to dance through music.”
Based in New York, Shen Yun is a world-class classical Chinese dance company whose mission is to showcase the beauty and goodness of pre-communist China through music and dance. For 5,000 years, this place has been a spiritual land that values the five virtues of wisdom, loyalty, courtesy, benevolence, and righteousness.
Sully said she had studied the spirituality of traditional Chinese culture in the past and greatly enjoyed Shen Yun’s portrayal.
“That’s great,” he said. “It is recommended [it to] For those I know and those I don’t know, it’s been a great evening and a learning experience. ”
Also in the audience was Scott McCoy. He thanked him for his Shen Yun efforts and said he wanted everyone to see it.
“The show was amazing. I think it’s great that thousands of years of tradition were presented to us in such a wonderful way. And it’s all about the backdrops that show how the artists transition from live to the background set.” The technology was fun, the story was very interesting, the costumes were great, the colors were spectacular, we had a great time.
What I got out of it was the beauty of the culture and the beauty of the message of getting closer to the Creator and finding the way to God.
“What I learned from it was the beauty of the culture and the beauty of the message of getting closer to the Creator and finding your way to God. I think it reminds me that there is
“It’s very important to see a show like this,” he said. “There was so much energy not only there, but also in the people who came to see us tonight, and you could feel the energy among everyone who was here.”
Reported by Michael Huang and Nancy Ma.
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