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      Fei Bo

      Resident Choreographer of the National Ballet of China

      Born from a family of traditional opera, Fei Bo started to learn Chinese traditional dance from 1992. He started choreographing at the age of 16 and started to learn modern dance choreography at Beijing Dance Academy in 1998. He joined the National Ballet of China in 2002 and had since then created many pieces for the company. At the age of 24 he has collaborated with renowned choreographers of the world like Philippe Decoufle, Akram Khan, and was awarded Best choreography at International Ballet Competitions held in Helsinki, Shanghai and Beijing, as well as Best modern dance prize at USA YAGP.

      In 2008, he worked with the famous director Li Liuyi, composer Guo Wenjing, lighting designer Han Jiang, Oscar winning costume designer Emi Wada and set designer Michael Simon to create the Chinese ballet The Peony Pavilion. The ballet was invited to Hong Kong Arts Festival and was performed by NBC in Edinburgh Festival in August 2011. Traveling and performing around the world, he tries to use eastern perspectives to converse with western art. He was invited by the Hong Kong Ballet to create the piece A Room of One's Own. In 2011, he helped former Royal Ballet principal dancer, Tamara Rojo, who is currently the artistic director of the English National Ballet to create a solo dance piece Life is A Dream. This collaboration was made into a documentary called Fusion Journey by CNN. In 2012 he was invited to the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow to stage one of his pieces.

      His choreography includes: The Peony Pavilion, Bolero, A Room of One's Own, Confucius 2012, On the Road, Once Upon A Time, Over There, Pieces, and Sacrifice, etc.

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