Miteki Kudo and Alice Renavand at POB! But Yuan Yuan Tan is brilliant.
Yuan Yuan Tan
Posted 29 April 2014 - 03:04 PM
San Francisco's Asian Art Museum will be hosting a book signing with Yuan Yuan Tan (and admission is free that day) -
Target First Free Sunday
Sun, May 4, 10 am–5 pm
FREE general admission sponsored by Target
It's going to be a special Target First Free Sunday as May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month…SF Ballet principal dancer Yuanyuan Tan will be signing copies of her new Chinese language book, Ballet and I--available in the store for $40. Before the signing, watch a video presentation followed by a brief Q&A (this program will be in English and Mandarin).
Posted 21 June 2014 - 04:25 PM
While it is still available from Indiana's WFYI station - the Indianapolis City Ballet Gala - inlcudes interview and complete PDD dance footage of Yuan Yuan and Damien Smith. Definitely recommended for fans of Tan and Smith.
[The intro shows clips of all the gala dancers, but for the section on Tan and Smith, jump to 33:05]
Posted 23 June 2014 - 07:29 AM
This was the picture of Yuan Yuan that appeared in the SF Ballet program last year. This year, she has a more recent photo in the program which does make her look much more mature.
The web site has changed a bit. Now, the link for this page is --> http://www.sfballet....s/Yuan_Yuan_Tan
Posted 11 July 2014 - 03:10 PM
When in Paris...The Interview with Yuan Yuan Tan:
Still, even in such a youth-centric profession, Tan is adamant that experience can win out. “Right now, technique is overemphasized, but how you deliver it is a fine art. It’s in your aura on stage, your confidence. You’re not just doing gymnastics and I think even non-dancers can tell on stage who is the star and who is the wannabe.”
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