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Chinese Instruments

The origins of Chinese music can be dated back to distant antiquity. Soloist Xiaochun Qi plays the erhu, a 4,000-year-old instrument with a soulful quality.

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Singers

A beautiful and pure tone of voice. A Shen Yun concert isn’t complete without performances by top Chinese classical singers.

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The Music of Shen Yun

  • Introduction to Shen Yun
  • Deeply Rooted in a Grand Culture
  • Distinct Arrangement Methods
  • Pure Energy
  • A Divine Realm

Sample Shen Yun Music

These audio clip samples are from Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra’s 2015 performance.

  • Snow-Capped Celebration, by Jing Xian, is a tribute to resilience and good cheer that takes its inspiration from Tibetan culture.
  • “A Song from the Ancestors,” text and music by D.F., is performed by soprano Haolan Geng.
  • Capturing Arrows with Boats of Straw, by Jing Xian, brings to life a well-loved episode from the classic novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
  • Zigeunerweisen, by Pablo de Sarasate, is a masterpiece of lyricism, performed here by soloist Fiona Zheng.
  • Chinese Instruments

    The origins of Chinese music can be dated back to distant antiquity.
    According to legends, the founder of music in Chinese mythology was Ling Lun at the time of the Yellow Emperor (2698 to 2598 BC), who made bamboo pipes tuned to the sounds of birds including the phoenix. During the period, drums and string instruments were also created.

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    리뷰:

    • “The orchestra is phenomenal. They are very, very on top! I found myself listening inside the orchestra to different instruments that were new to me. Very interesting and brought a lot of character to the score.”
      —Roger Tallman, seven-time Emmy Award–winning composer
    • “A different sensuality and a power of expression... It comes from the heart and it goes to the heart.”
      —Bogdan Zvoristeanu, Concertmaster of the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
    • “It was moving, it was satisfying, it was novel, it was unpredictable. It was a completely satisfying artistic experience from every standpoint.”
      —Loreen Arbus, former executive for Showtime and Lifetime
    • “We certainly felt China’s soul this afternoon!”
      —Carmen Dell'Orefice, model and actress