Shen Yun Soloists
Conquer the Stage  
   with artistry, talent & discipline
NTD’s 8th International Classical Chinese Dance Competition
Super Monkey
Get inside the mind of China’s most awesome superhero with Principal Dancer Piotr Huang.
Principal Dancer
Principal Dancer 
Elsie Shi
She’s light and springy, and her nickname is Bubbles—as in Taiwanese pearl milk tea, of course!
A Puzzle is the 
Spending some smartphone-free family time shouldn’t be puzzling—or should it?
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Did You Know?
Music has the power to heal the heart…
In ancient China, one of music’s earliest purposes was for healing. It was believed that music had the power to heal the heart, enrich the mind, and harmonize a person’s soul. Hence the age-old saying: “Music before medicine.”
During the time of the Great Yellow Emperor (2698–2598 B.C.E.), people discovered the relationship between the pentatonic musical scale, the five elements, and the human body’s five internal and five sensory organs. During Confucius’s time, scholars used music’s calming properties to help improve and strengthen people’s character and conduct. The Chinese written character for “medicine” even stems from the character for “music.” In the West today, scientific research has also validated music’s therapeutic ability to lower blood pressure, reduce anxiety, enhance concentration, stabilize heart rate, and more.
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Shen Yun Composer Gao Yuan
Coming Up:
Less than two months to go until Shen Yun 2019!