Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra Tour Begins
New York · Carnegie Hall
Boston · Boston Symphony Hall
Chicago · Symphony Center
Washington · Kennedy Center
Toronto · Roy Thomson Hall
North Bethesda · Strathmore Music Center
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2018 Symphony Tour
2018 Symphony Tour Begins
Conductor Milen Nachev promises an “unforgettable experience.”
Principal Dancer
Principal Dancer Monty Mou
The Sydney native whose layout step-out is high and outlook on life is deep.
Tang Melodies
Sneak Peek:  Tang Melodies
Two symphonic compositions singing tribute to China’s Golden Age.
Monkey King
Color Me  Shen Yun
Bring a legend to life shade by shade with Shen Yun’s Journey to the West coloring book!
Did You Know?
Shen Yun’s vocalists are reviving an age-old tradition.
Ancient Chinese theater and early European opera once shared the same singing technique (known in traditional opera as bel canto), which is believed to produce the most beautiful and pure tone of voice. The true bel canto technique for singing in the upper register, however, has since been lost in both the East and the West. Shen Yun’s singers are now bringing this most traditional and classical technique back to the modern stage.
The primary trait that distinguishes Shen Yun vocalists is their use of bel canto technique to sing Chinese text. This means that the singer must, while meeting the challenges inherent in bel canto, retain proper Chinese pronunciation and diction. Meanwhile, their original lyrics relay touching messages probing the deeper meaning of life.
  Coming Up:  
  Next month Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra returns to Carnegie Hall, and our top dancers step it up at NTD’s International Classical Chinese Dance Competition.  

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