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“When I heard the Erhu piece, I was struck by the delicacy of the sound that came out. Not only that, but the artist herself was very sensitive with her playing and with her interpretation, and she was really doing a duet with the pianist. The two of them together—it was exquisite... This subject of divinity, and the spiritual characters, flying through the air and manifesting themselves on stage—it went so well. It was so seamless it allowed the show to portray something that probably couldn’t have been done before. It’s really well done.”

Thomas Franzky, classical singer (Opera)