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Hong Kong Dance Company

The Hong Kong Dance Company dedicates to nurturing in the cultural tradition of China, combining with the creativity of contemporary art, to impress the world with Chinese dance of Hong Kong character

Established in 1981 with the aim of promoting Chinese dance, the Hong Kong Dance Company was incorporated in 2001 as a charitable and non-profit-making institution, and is financially supported by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

Since its inception, the Hong Kong Dance Company has staged over 100 productions, many of which were highly popular with critical acclaim. Recent productions include Qingming Riverside;The Smiling, Proud Wanderer; Snow Fox; Eagle Companions; Two Swallows – Ode to Wu Guanzhong; Spring Ritual‧Eulogy; Feng Shui; Pop Classics: Joseph Koo's Dance Melodies 2013; The Legend of Mulan; The Butterfly Lovers; Storm Clouds and L’Amour Immortel.

The Company has toured internationally as well as around Mainland China as a way to encourage cultural exchange. The Company was invited to perform at the “Meet in Beijing 2008” Arts Festival to celebrate the Beijing Olympics, and took part in the opening ceremony of the East Asian Games in 2009. In 2010, the Company participated in “The Ninth China Art Festival” in Guangzhou and the World Expo in Shanghai. In January 2013, the Hong Kong Dance Company presented Qingming Riverside at The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Spring Ritual•Eulogy was presented at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing in September 2013, and the Novel Hall for Performing Arts in Taipei in December 2013 as part of Hong Kong Week 2013. The Legend of Mulan was presented at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York in March 2015, and in Sydney in September 2015.

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HK Dance China Tour

We are delighted to announce that Hermark will collaborate with the Hong Kong Dance for the company's China and European tours from 2020.

Our 2020 season features an HK Dance's production L’ Amour Immortel  touring in the Greater Bay Area of mianland China. We will update further information about the tour soon.

L’ Amour Immortel 

2016 Hong Kong Dance Awards

Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer
Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer
Outstanding Set Design for Dance

 

 

“[L’Amour Immortel] generates an eerie and mysterious ambiance which blurs the line between man and ghost...It reawakens the qualities that are gradually being lost in this modern age – a pure heart with no hidden agenda and a tenacious spirit that knowingly defies the impossible.” – dance journal/hk

 

“A rich, emotive work full of twists and turns.” – Culture Review

 

“A stage art masterpiece.” – Art Review

 

“The perfect marriage between romance and dance.” – Hong Kong Economic Journal

Love endures.
In this world – or any others.

Lifelong Memories of True Love
An Exquisite Manifestation of a Fantasy

 

Deep in the forest, Ning Caichen and Nie Xiaoqian catch a glimpse of each other through the gauze curtains of a bamboo hut. What follows is an epic love story between the dead and the living. Based on the classic literary masterpiece Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio and drawing inspiration from the classic 1980s film, A Chinese Ghost Story produced by Tsui Hark, L’Amour Immortel is a large-scale dance drama which depicts the initial encounter, romance and heartbreaking separation of the male and female protagonists through intimate dances. The poetic set design gives rise to a romantic and beautiful ambiance as audiences revisit this poignant tale in the midst of moving melodies.

Video Tailer of L’ Amour Immortel