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Shen Yun 2013

Shen Yun 2013

Shen Yun Is Coming To Berlin

 The Chinese Renaissance through Dance

Have you heard of the China known as “The Land of the Divine?” Ancient myths and legends throughout history record that the Middle Kingdom was continually guided by celestial beings. Traditional Chinese culture attributes all aspects of its civilization to the heavens, including its script, medicine, attire, music, and classical Chinese dance. 

 It is this tradition of divinely inspired culture that Shen Yun Performing Arts will be presenting in March 22-24 on ICC Berlin. Shen Yun has toured the world for five seasons, sharing the beauty of this lost culture through classical Chinese dance.

Classical Chinese dance is one of the most comprehensive dance systems in the world. Dynasty after dynasty, it was passed down among the people, in imperial palaces and ancient plays. Thousands of years have refined it into a distinctive dance system embodying traditional aesthetics.

One of the strengths of classical Chinese dance is its expressivity. It can vividly depict a wide range of emotions and portray any cherished virtue— righteousness, loyalty, benevolence, and tolerance.  It can be masculine and vigorous, soft and graceful, somber and stirring, playful and humorous.

Based in New York, Shen Yun Performing Arts was established in 2006 with the mission of reviving  5,000 years of divinely inspired Chinese culture.

After more than 60 years of Communist rule in China, and especially after the Cultural Revolution, Chinese traditional culture has been all but completely demolished. However, the deeper spiritual core of the ancient culture, with its values of benevolence, honor, propriety, wisdom, and sincerity, as well as a reverence for the gods and the heavens, cannot be destroyed.

And yet, classical Chinese dance is still mostly unfamiliar to the West. But that is quickly changing. Shen Yun is the world’s premier Chinese music and dance company; promoting an authentic form of classical Chinese dance is part of its mission. Based in New York, Shen Yun is very different from companies coming out of China.

"With Shen Yun, we use classical Chinese dance in its purist form, we don’t mix in modern, contemporary, ballet, and other dance forms until you no longer know what you are watching,” says choreographer Vina Lee. "Authentic classical Chinese dance can really give the audience an uplifting experience of pure goodness and consummate beauty.”

SHEN YUN in March 22-24 at ICC Berlin

Tickets 40/60/80/100€

www.eventim.de  Eventim Hotline: 01805-570070

ShenYun2013.com   Hotline Berlin: 030 – 60 98 41 80

Shen Yun 2013

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