Shen Yun Performing Arts dancers captivated an audience with flawless choreography at the second performance in Aix-en-Provence, France on April 3.
“I felt it so strongly that from time to time tears here flowed … tears of joy,” said Heinz Wewerka, an aeronautical engineer. “I really felt like dancing with them up there.”
“I find it very brilliant and vivid, which one doesn’t initially imagine,” said Jean Faure, a former Designer and Stylist. I told you that I was a stylist and many shows like this one inspire you, obviously one won’t copy everything but suddenly a color, with something that makes our days very rich.”
“I found it wonderful, fluid, beautiful, harmonious, and the message that comes through is really subtle and at the same time very poignant and moving,” said Claudie Berthet, a former shop manager. “I really felt, how should I say it, that divine power was lost and hence humanity is lost because of the loss of that divine power.”
“I think that beyond the choreography, there was a message of spirituality, of humanity, that will allow us to live happily ever after,” said René Grisolle, general knight of the Legion of Honour. “It is a very good message that the company transmits.”
The audience said they could feel a divine energy emanating from the stage, encompassing the deep artistry and spirituality of the performance.
“It really conveys a message of spirituality and divine art, only the ending allows us to see a little where the modern and materialistic world will lead us in relation to the spirituality and love of men and the love of the divine. You convey a message of goodness and through the different scenes, a message of beauty. It is not only a Chinese message, it is a universal message, I think it is really a very, very positive message for humanity,” he added.
NTD News, France