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China / October 2019 (Day 7)

Dear Tour Diary Readers,

greetings from Beijing! After a long day of travel on Monday, and a much needed day of rest for the dancers on Tuesday – which many spent travelling to the Great Wall of China – class and rehearsals for John Cranko’s Onegin started in the Tianqiao Theatre, home of the National Ballet of China. The theatre was built in 1953 and was the first theatre built in Beijing after the founding of the People’s Republic of China. In 1980, the Stuttgart Ballet performed in China for the first time in this very theatre – with John Cranko’s Onegin. For the celebrations of the 60th Anniversary of the the National Ballet of China, we are returning with this ballet at the special request of our hosts.

Photos: Roman Novitzky and Martí Fernández Paixà


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Taiwan / October 2019 (Day 6)

Impressions from our last day in Taiwan.

Photos: Roman Novitzky


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Taiwan / October 2019 (Day 5)

Finally, the day of the performance has arrived! We are proud to be the first ballet company to be performing in this brand new theater which just opened last season and to bring our art form to the audiences of Kaohsiung!

Photos: Roman Novitzky


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Taiwan / October 2019 (Day 4)

Two stage rehearsals today: one for the second cast and dress rehearsal in the evening for the first cast!

Photos: Roman Novitzky


 

 


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Taiwan / October 2019 (Day 3)

On our first full day after our arrival in Taiwan, we head to the theatre: the Weiwuying National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts which opened in the fall of 2018.

Photos: Roman Novitzky