Review

Beijing International Ballet and Choreography Competition

First Competition

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Venue: National Centre for the Performing Arts, China
Introduction:

IBCC is an international competition officially designated by the Ministry of Culture of China, supported by the Beijing Municipal Government, and hosted by the National Centre for the Performing Arts. The 2nd competition was held at NCPA in Beijing from 5th to 13th July 2013. Tenet: To pick out promising ballet dancers and excellent choreographers, and to further promote international exchanges.

Second Competition

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Venue: National Centre for the Performing Arts, China
Introduction:

IBCC is an international competition officially designated by the Ministry of Culture of China, supported by the Beijing Municipal Government, and hosted by the National Centre for the Performing Arts. The 2nd competition was held at NCPA in Beijing from 5th to 13th July 2013. Tenet: To pick out promising ballet dancers and excellent choreographers, and to further promote international exchanges.

Third Competition

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Venue: National Centre for the Performing Arts, China
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National Centre for the Performing Arts, China Introduction: IBCC is an international competition officially designated by the Ministry of Culture of China, supported by the Beijing Municipal Government, and hosted by the National Centre for the Performing Arts. The 3rd competition was held at NCPA in Beijing from 10th to 19th July 2015. Tenet: To pick out promising ballet dancers and excellent choreographers, and to further promote international exchanges.

Fourth Competition

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Venue: National Centre for the Performing Arts, China
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National Centre for the Performing Arts, China Introduction: IBCC is an international competition officially designated by the Ministry of Culture of China, supported by the Beijing Municipal Government, and hosted by the National Centre for the Performing Arts. The 4th competition was held at NCPA in Beijing from 4th to 11th August 2017. Tenet: To pick out promising ballet dancers and excellent choreographers, and to further promote international exchanges.