Hong Kong's performance venues are temporarily closed, and festival events have been postponed indefinitely due to the city's situation. But there's no stopping Hong Kong Ballet (HKB) in performing for the public. With the launch of their HKBallet@Home series, Hong Kong Ballet is bringing the ballet shows to your homes. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 3pm, HKB will be posting a variety of entertaining shows on their Facebook account. Catch Mondays' Ballet Goes Viral series with the inspiring talk show Ballet Blahblahblah, hosted by HKB's artistic director Septime Webre; Ballerina Chef, a fun cooking show with HKB dancers showcasing their culinary talents and secret cooking recipes; and Ballet 101, a set of videos aiming to uncover some common ballet myths.
On Wednesdays, bring out your inner ballerina and join the free Barre Classes Online taught by HKB members. Learn choreography from beginner to advanced levels. On Fridays, HKB will release its video archive featuring the company’s dance artists throughout the years.
Visit their website for the full list of the programme and schedule until May.