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“My favorite moment was the solo for the two string instrument, that was incredible. The music really became more and more meaningful as it went on. As a musician, that struck me... But also the dance style is so colorful, it’s like a wash of ‘wow’. As it went on, I started to realize I was noticing the little styles, the hand movements, and the movements of the head, and the little details that make up the style of dance as well. I’ve never seen any Chinese dance before, so it was a whole new experience. So just very fine.”

Joy Farrall, professor at the Guildhall School of Music