Tatiana – A Ballet by John Neumeier (Hamburg Balle
Tatiana – A Ballet by John Neumeier (Hamburg Balle

Tatiana – A Ballet by John Neumeier (Hamburg Balle

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Hamburg Ballet, Alexandr Trusch, Carsten Jung, Hélène Bouchet, Edvin Revazov, Leslie Heylmann

World-renowned choreographer John Neumeier has revolutionized ballet with many new productions since he became the Artistic Director of the Hamburg Ballet in 1973, leading the company to world fame. His astonishing creativity has produced more than one hundred and fifty ballets. He has led the company to more than three hundred tours on five continents and is the recipient of innumerable awards and distinctions all over the world. To supplement the productions to be showcased at the HKAF, PLUS brings you “Tatiana – A Ballet by John Neumeier” by Neumeier and the Hamburg Ballet at the cinema, a first-time screening in Asia that offers you another taste of Neumeier’s spectacular visuals. In choreographic episodes combining dream, memory, premonition and reality, John Neumeier’s ballet based on Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin brings to life the story of Tatiana, a young girl brought up in the Russian countryside, and her first great love. Exploring her character and complex perspective, this poetic ballet has as much depth as grace. The special screening is presented by Hong Kong Arts Festival PLUS in collaboration with UA CineHub. *All information is for reference only. Details are subject to UA Cinemas' final notice.