Lise-Anne Crawford enjoyed the Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra performance at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto on Oct. 11, 2017. (Madalina Hubert/The Epoch Times)

“It was absolutely amazing. Very thought-provoking. A nice mix of drama and delicate sounds. I loved the conductor, he was amazing. … Great sense of humor. I really appreciate that they came back for an encore because it just added to the whole [performance].” 

 

“The drumming ... and the drama that it was connected to made me feel like I was actually heading into a battle, but in a good way, not in a violent way. I could feel the excitement. ... It was amazing.”

 

“I actually connected to some of the moments that I feel when I meditate when I listened to this performance. ... Very quiet but excited at the same time. [I felt] emotion. but in a very level state where it was reaching my subconscious, similar to meditation. ... It was meditative.”

 

“If people can just stop and listen and come to these performances more, … I think we can learn, we can adapt better to our life."

 

“I was very impressed and I would come back again, definitely. I would like to see their next performance with the dance as well.”

Lise-Anne Crawford, designer and photographer
Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, Canada
Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra
October 11, 2017

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