Chang Meide, a violin teacher and operator of a music instrument retail, enjoys Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra’s concert at Tainan Cultural Center Performing Hall, on Sept. 29, 2017. (Sun Kuoying/The Epoch Times)

"I was very excited to have the opportunity to see the performance presented by such a large symphony orchestra." "With over 80 members, Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra has enough strength to explore its potential.”
 

"Unlike ordinary symphony orchestras that tend to lack of bass and alto instruments, Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra has four French horns and six or seven cellos, which enable it to have the full potential to perform great music.”
 

"The conductor has very dexterous hand gestures that speak a clear language to the musicians. There are some seemingly exaggerated actions—they are quite natural and appropriate—it adds a lot to his overall performance."
 

"In addition to his professional skills, the conductor must also have an avid passion for music, so that he had enough strength physically and mentally to conduct all of the 16 pieces in the performance."
 

"The arrangement of the program is perfect. Besides, the addition of the Chinese musical instruments also makes it easier to have more varieties in the performance.”
 

Chang Meide, Violin teacher and music instrument retail
Tainan Cultural Center Performing Hall, Tainan, Taiwan
Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra
October 29, 2017

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