SHEN YUN PERFORMING ARTS

Shen Yun brings to life 5,000 years of Chinese civilization through classical Chinese dance and music in an exhilarating performance you will never forget.

Shen Yun captures the spirit of a culture long lost. The performance moves quickly through regions, dynasties, and legends. Ethnic and folk dances fill the stage with color and energy. Tremendous athleticism, thunderous battle drums, and masterful vocalists are all set to animated backdrops that transport you to another world.

It is a grand production with some 400 costumes and the only orchestra in the world featuring both classical Western and Chinese instruments as permanent members.

Based in New York, Shen Yun is the first company to present classical Chinese dance to the world on a large scale. And it has taken the globe by storm, performing in over 100 cities. Shows in top venues, like New York’s Lincoln Center, are sold out.

Think of it as a journey into a long-lost world you cannot see anywhere else—from ancient legends to heavenly palaces to the dusty plateaus of the Middle Kingdom. You cannot even find a show like this in China, where this ancient heritage has been destroyed. But now you can experience it live on stage.

For thousands of years, Chinese artists cultivated virtue, believing that to create true art worthy of the heavens, there must first be inner purity. Today, Shen Yun’s artists follow this noble tradition. The result is a performance of consummate beauty, purity, and goodness. It is a show that nourishes the soul.

Find out why artists and theatergoers around the world are calling Shen Yun “breathtaking,” “mesmerizing,” “a miracle,” and “inspiring.” Allow yourself to be taken away to distant lands and ancient legends. See Shen Yun and discover how you, too, can be inspired.

 

Cate Blanchett

"An extraordinary experience...
exquisitely beautiful.”


Cate Blanchett, Academy
Award-winning actress

 


 

 

Robert Stromberg

"So inspiring, I think
I may have found some ideas
for the next Avatar movie."


Robert Stromberg,
Academy Award-winning production designer



 

 

Donna Karan

“A mesmerizing performance”

Donna Karan, creator of DKNY

 

 


 

 

“5,000 years of
Chinese Music and Dance
in One Night"


The New York Times



 

 

Ernie Anastos

“It’s superb. I am going
to mention it on the news, because I think it is a great performance and people should see it.”


Ernie Anastos, Emmy Award-winning news anchor



 

 

“The dancers were graceful, delicate, and beautiful. There was something pure, bright and very dignified about them.” 

Anna Liceica, former soloist with American Ballet Theatre



 

 

Chi Cao

"The show was excellent, the content rich, the stage effects were amazing... 
their passion is really touching."

Chi Cao, principal dancer and actor in
Mao’s Last Dancer



 

 

"I am completely enchanted."

Her Royal Highness
Princess Michael of Kent



 

 

Omega Medina

“A complete edifying
experience
of the human
spirit"


Omega Medina,
former manager of Classical Music for the Grammy awards



 

 

Joy Behar

“A beautiful show... fantastic!”

Joy Behar, Co-host of ABC’s 
The View


Keller Auditorium

222 SW Clay Street, Portland, OR 97201

Parking options include:

  • Street parking (metered until 7 p.m.—obey signs)
  • Pay surface lots (look for signs around theaters)
  • Smart Park parking garages (click icon on right side of page for locations)

Directions:

BY CAR
From I-5 Southbound or I-84 Westbound
Follow I-5 to the City Center/Oregon City Exit. Follow the signs toward City Center. After crossing the Morrison Bridge, follow SW Washington to 3rd Avenue. Turn Left. Go 10 blocks to SW Clay St. Keller Auditorium is the building on the left.

From I-5 Northbound
Follow I-5 to Front Avenue/Naito Parkway exit. Follow signs to Front Ave/Naito Pkwy. Cross Front/Naito and continue 3 blocks to SW 3rd Avenue. Keller Auditorium is the building on the left.

From Highway 26 Eastbound (Sunset Hwy.)
After going through the Vista Ridge Tunnel, get in the center lane. Take the Market St./City Center Exit.Continue on SW Market to 3rd Avenue. Keller Auditorium is the building on the left.

From Highway 26 Westbound (Ross Island Bridge)or Highway 99E (McLoughlin Blvd.)
After coming off the Ross Island Bridge, follow signs to Highway 26/Front Avenue (Naito Parkway). Turn right onto Front/Naito at the stop signal. At signal, turn left onto SW Clay Street, and continue for 3 blocks to SW 3rd Avenue. Keller Auditorium is the building on the left.

BY BUS

All Tri-Met buses destined for Portland City Center converge on the transit mall. Northbound buses travel 6th Avenue through the center of town, and Southbound buses travel on 5th Avenue. Ask your bus driver to let you out at the stop nearest SW Clay St. Walk east on Clay to 3rd Avenue. Keller Auditorium is at the corner of 3rd and Clay.

For more information about Tri-Met and riding MAX or the Portland Streetcar, please visit www.trimet.org.

Performance Dates

Fri March 27, 2015, 7:30pm
Sat March 28, 2015, 2:00pm
Sat March 28, 2015, 7:30pm
Sun March 29, 2015, 2:00pm

Ticket Prices

$180, $150, $100, $80, $60
View Seating Chart

SEATING CHART

Shen Yun 2013  Seating Chart

ORDERING

Hotline: 1-888-974-3698
Box Office:
Keller Auditorium
222 SW Clay Street
Portland 97201

Presented by

Oregon Falun Dafa Association

Additional information

Children under 4 are not admitted

Want to learn more about Shen Yun?

Hotline: 1-888-974-3698
Box Office:

Keller Auditorium
222 SW Clay Street
Portland 97201