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For five thousand years, China was home to a deeply spiritual civilization, one that treasured virtue, kindness, loyalty, and integrity. Based in New York, Shen Yun is now reviving this lost heritage through mesmerizing performances. It is five thousand years of civilization—reborn.
Tickets, which range in price from $89.25 to $193.25 plus applicable fees, are on sale now and are available online at AXS.com or in person at the Pikes Peak Center box office.
Today, Shen Yun has seven companies that simultaneously tour the world, giving hundreds of performances in over 100 cities globally. It’s the only performing arts group of its kind, dedicated not just to preserving but also to reviving traditional Chinese culture. Audience members often express intrigue piqued by the many rave reviews, and want to see what the “world’s premier classical Chinese dance company” looks like in action.
Audiences leave having all expectations filled and more, because Shen Yun is unique among performing arts companies as well, choreographing over a dozen new dances every season with a full-scale production that rivals top opera houses’ most lavish pieces.
The company’s Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra presents a performance combining the exquisite beauty of Chinese melodies with the grandeur of a Western symphony orchestra.
Jared Madsen, emcee for Shen Yun Performing Arts explains, “The production value is incredibly high. That alone, this is a show you can really get immersed in.”
But while the one-of-a-kind costumes, and orchestra, and digital backdrops dazzle, he thinks there is something deeper that the audiences leave with.
“There’s this constant human pursuit of something greater, something bigger, something better—not just that, something deeper, something higher. All of that. It all comes together,” he said. “And our show really brings that out and brings that to life.”
“It really goes beyond a cultural show. It’s these deep values and deep principles,” he said.*