Rehearsal with water~

The rehearsals of the Paul Lightfoot program is going very well. This week, to prepare for the ballet Speak for Yourself, in which we will dance in the rain (yes~!) around the end of the piece, they put water in one of the studios so that we can get prepared and get used to dancing... Continue Reading →

How I scared myself…

This week, I went through another emotional-roller-coaster. Last Tuesday, I came out from the MRI examination room, waiting hopelessly and anxiously for the results of the MRI about my left hip pain. I was sitting there waiting, in the waiting room. In my head it was clear, the pain was caused by another muscle lesion,... Continue Reading →

Unexpectedly touching final performance~

This eventful series of Les Noces finally came to an end yesterday evening. In the last 4 performances, I replaced a sick dancer, which let me have the chance to witness the emotional final performance... The choreographer of the piece, Pontus Lidberg came back for the occasion. But what was unexpected, was how the AEDES... Continue Reading →

The day of my first performance

Finally, much to our surprise and joy, the company finally arranged two different casts for the ballet Les Noces of the program Cherkaoui/Goecke/Lidberg. We had a stage dress rehearsal last Friday afternoon, and knowing well that our first performance will be on Monday, I couldn't stop worrying about it last weekend. Indeed, Monday had been... Continue Reading →

Première on the new year of the PIG!~

Yesterday was the first day of Chinese New Year. First of all I wish everyone Kung Hay Fat Choy! Good Health and Joy! It is also the day of the Première of the mixed contemporary program Cherkaoui/Goecke/Lidberg at Palais Garnier. I didn't dance yesterday night. Apparently, I am now second cast of the program, and... Continue Reading →

Giant roses on stage!

Yesterday, we moved from the studio to the stage. The ballet that we are going to perform  in a week is a new creation by Pontus Lidberg, with the music of Les Noces by Stravinsky. It is very impressive to see big roses dropping down from the ceiling! Together with this mixed contemporary program is... Continue Reading →

End of La Dame….

Tonight was the last show of La Dame aux Camélias. This series of 19 performances have actually been quite enjoyable. Chun also had the honor to wear Manuel Legris' (Famous French Etoile dancer) costume for this production! The rehearsals which started in August 2018 have been very stressful for Chun, as he had to face... Continue Reading →

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