Tue, Oct 22

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Tue, Oct 22


Esplanade Theatre

Tue, Oct 22

  • Tickets Available Now
    CAT 1:
    CAT 2: $50
    CAT 3: $30
    CAT 4 (Restricted View): $50
    CAT 5 (Restricted View): $30

    CAT 1: $45
    CAT 2: $32
    CAT 3: $20
    CAT 4 (Restricted View): $32
    CAT 5 (Restricted View): $20

    * Senior Citizens aged 60 years old and above.
    ** Full-time Students with valid student pass.
    *** Children aged 3-12 years old.

    CAT 1: $56/per ticket
    CAT 2: $40/per ticket
    CAT 3: $24/per ticket
    CAT 4 (Restricted View):
    $40/per ticket
    CAT 5 (Restricted View):
    $24/per ticket

    ♦ Includes entry to 1 SUZHOU BALLET THEATRE “TANG YIN” production + 1 SUZHOU BALLET THEATRE “CINDERELLA” production. To find out more about SUZHOU BALLET THEATRE “CINDERELLA” production, please visit here.

    CAT 1: $49/per ticket
    CAT 2: $35/per ticket
    CAT 3: $21/per ticket
    CAT 4 (Restricted View):
    $35/per ticket
    CAT 5 (Restricted View):
    $21/per ticket

    ♦ Discount is only applicable with a group booking of 10 tickets from the same category in a single transaction.

    The above offers cannot be used at the same time.
    ► Concession holders (SENIOR CITIZEN / STUDENT / CHILD) unable to produce a valid ID upon admission are required to upgrade their concession ticket to a full-price STANDARD ticket.
    ► Ticket price excludes booking fee.


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Tang Yin

Funded recipient of China National Arts Found 2017

Funded recipient of Jiangsu Arts Found 2016


“They danced the soul. Artists from China delighted in Nova Opera…the performance as a kind of Wagnerian leitmotiv, penetrating the dramatic tissue of the performance.”

——Bydgoski Weekly


Directors/Choreographers: Ying Li, Jiabin Pan

Playwright: Leilei Hu

Stage/Lighting Designer: Jiang Han

Costume Designers: Weihong Ran, Jiajuan Xu

Music: Edward Elgar, Johann Sebastian Bach, Arvo Pärt


Tang Yin is the 7th production of Suzhou Ballet Theatre of this 10th anniversary. When we dive deeply into the life of Tang Yin, the main character of this ballet, we would find that he was not only a gifted artist but also a cultural representative of his era which still has influence on our generation continuously. The complexity of humanity is presented through his tumultuous life and his struggle between fame and freedom. This classical character is rebuilt his struggle as Tang Yin, who finds his own way towards a unique aesthetic.


In May 2019, as a key project of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, in celebrating the 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties between China and Eastern European countries, the company presented Tang Yin in Riga, Latvia and the 26th Bydgoszcz Opera Festival of Poland.


Tang Yin (1470-1523), born in Suzhou in 1470, is one of the most important figures in Chinese art history and Chinese literature history. His exquisite visual artworks are highly renowned, and have an international impact.


Suzhou Ballet Theatre
Suzhou ballet Theatre, a wholly-owned subsidiary of New Era Group, is the seventh professional ballet company in China and the only one in Jiangsu province. The company is established in June 2007 and Artistic Directors are Ying Li and Jiabin Pan. Members come from Beijing Dance Academy, Shanghai Drama Academy and major ballet companies in China.

Several ballet works created by Suzhou Ballet Theatre have been selected into the projects funded by China National Arts Fund and Jiangsu Arts Fund for many times, and have been assigned by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism to have international cultural exchange activities in more than 10 countries and regions around the world.

Ying Li / Jiabin Pan
Artistic Directors/Choreographers
Jiabin Pan and Ying Li are husband and wife. They both graduated from Beijing Dance Academy in 1987 and joined the National Ballet of China as principal dancers in the same year. In 1992, they were recruited to join Ballet Met in Columbus, Ohio of the United States, before dancing with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre for twelve years until retiring from the stage in 2006.

In 2007, Ying Li and Jiabin Pan returned to Suzhou to further their love of ballet and pursue their passion of choreography. Their creative works for Suzhou Ballet Theatre include: Double Happiness, Chopin's Poem, Dancing on Rock (2008), Su SHOW (2009), Romeo and Juliet (2010), Coppelia (2011), Legend of Beauty (2012), The Nutcracker (2013), Carmen (2014), Cinderella (2016), Tang Yin (2017) and Swan Lake (2019).

Under their leadership, Suzhou Ballet Theatre is in constant innovation in creating legacy and making ballet history in China.





















苏州芭蕾舞团是新时代集团旗下的全资子公司,是中国第七个成立、也是江苏省唯一的专业芭蕾舞团。舞团成立于2007年6月,现任艺术总监李莹、潘家斌;舞团演员均来自北京舞蹈学院、上海戏剧学院以及国内各大芭蕾舞团。苏芭创作的舞剧曾多次入选国家艺术基金、江苏艺术基金等资助项目, 并多次受国家文化和旅游部委派开展国际文化交流活动,演出足迹遍布全球十多个国家和地区。

 李莹 / 潘家斌





  • Tue, Oct 22 at 8:00 PM

    Doors Open Time: 7:30pm

    Duration: Approx. 2 hours
    Interval: 15 minutes
    Language: Chinese with English subtitles

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