This concert repertoire is a refreshingly diverse and fast-paced experience sure to delight both seasoned concertgoers and those new to classical music.
The performance features Shen Yun’s most celebrated original compositions along with timeless orchestral classics.
The end of the year is around the corner, and we want to celebrate with you by bringing in a new tradition. We invite you to embark on this fantastical music journey, where the East meets the West.
One of the most important Chinese instruments, Over 4,000 years, the emotive erhu has only two strings.
For thousands of years, the pipa, or the chinese lute has reigned as the "King" of Chinese folk instruments.
The Chinese Tang Gu, or “court drum”, is a mainstay in the Shen Yun Orchestra.
Several percussion instruments actually have their origins in Buddhist temples.
Meets Chinese Gongs and Cymbals, big and small.
The Gong is struck by a large round or flat-faced mallet, creating a powerful, rich and resonant sound.
This symphonic poem tells of humankind’s origins and longing for the Creator’s return.
This piece accompanies Emperor Taizong as he trains the mighty warriors of the Tang Dynasty.
One of the most famous pieces for violin, Sarasate’s 1883 composition is known for its fantastic virtuosic acceleration.
An instrument that dates back thousands of years, the erhu can both uniquely convey and evoke a wide range of emotions.
We invite you to embark on this fantastical music journey, where the East meets the West. Look forward to more exciting free events in the coming year.
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