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What's on in Beijing (Nov 4-11)

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World-class ballet troupes to grace Beijing

Dance lovers in Beijing are expecting a visual feast ahead as the third China International Ballet Season will lift its curtain Nov 10.

In a two-month-long dance season running though Jan 14, world-class ballet troupes from Russia, France, the United States and Germany will join hands with top 10 Chinese ballet companies in more than 30 performances, blending classic, modern and folk styles.

A grand gala is set to open the biennial festival on Nov 10 with a wide range of repertories, such as Swan Lake, La Bayadere, Romeo and Juliet, Anna Karenina and The Spirit of Crane.

Learn more here.

If you go:

Opening gala: 7:30 pm, Nov 10-11. Tiaoqiao Theater, 30 Beiwei Road, Xicheng district. 010-8315-6338/39.

Tickets: 100-1,280 yuan ($15-190)



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